By Lars Dalseide | November 8 2011 07:56

San Antonio Jewelry Store Heist TPC course

If there was ever a time for some get up and go, course #4 at the NRA's Tactical Police Competition at San Antonio's Blackhawk Shooting Range was it. Titled "Trip Up at the Jewelry Store Silent Alarm," competitors started on their belly with their hand gun a few feet in front of them. Why's that? Because the scenario starts after the officer dives forward while taking fire.

Around the corner on the San Antonio Jewelry Store heist

Getting up and retrieving their gun, competitors fire two shots for score through a window and two more through a door before making entry. Then around the corner to the right, back down the center and around the left corner in search of eleven separate targets in addition to the three non-shoots representing store employees.

Top performer in the Patrol Division was Ting Sun of the McKinney Police Department with a 28.45 second finish while the Tactical Division title went to Ken Naffziger of the Lewisville Police Department with a time of 28.81.

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