By Lars Dalseide | October 3 2011 14:39

Robert Vadasz's .38 Bob Jones Smith & Wesson on NRAblog That beauty to the right is a .38 caliber Bob Jones Smith & Wesson revolver. The owner? None other than 3–time National Police Shooting Championships winner Robert Vadasz.

While wading through the sands of Albuquerque as Vadasz zeroed in on his latest title, we came to realize that the overall winner had to bring a number of pistols and revolvers to the competition. Why not take a look?

After final relays were complete, we tracked down Vadasz and pitched the idea. Always gracious, he agreed to participate and it was off to the Border Patrol's NPSC headquarters. About an hour later, we have a boatload of information and camera full of pictures.

Over the next few weeks, we'll take a look at each of firearms United States Border Patrol Agent Robert Vadasz used during the National Police Shooting Championships, tell you more about the guns and share the stories behind each. Stay tuned.

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