By Lars Dalseide | March 12 2012 14:47

Shooters start on their bellies before picking up their pistols

Anderson, South Carolina - NRA's Tactical Police Competition in Anderson, South Carolina was comprised of seven different courses that challenged the competitors speed, accuracy and mobility. The second course, housed in the second bay of the Skip J Range, focused on the handgun.

Starting in the prone position with their pistol (muzzle down range) just out of reach. When the bell sounds, they recover their firearm and engage eight separate targets from three different firing positions.

The average score on course #2 was 36 seconds.

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