By Kyle Jillson | September 18 2012 17:09

50th NRA Police Championship to be between US Border Patrol

Ursula from the German Pistol Team shoots in NRA's Open Revolver Match during the National Police Shooting Championships

(Editor's Note - This article was posted during the Open Class Revolver 1500 challenge period. At the conclusion of the challenge period, Vadasz was credited with additional points and overtook Smith's lead in Revolver 1500.)

Albuquerque, New Mexico - Scores NRA's Open Class Revolver 1500 aggregate match at the National Police Shooting Championships find US Border Patrol Agent Enoch Smith at the top. That means Border Patrol teammate Robert Vadasz's lead for the overall pistol championships isn't as bit as it used to be ... but is it enough?

Smith's high total of 1492-111x outperformed the rest of the field and put him hot on Vadasz's tail. Two points behind Smith at 1490-88x, odds are that Vadasz is still the apparent favorite in the overall.

Their teammates Kevin Worrell and Ben Morrow edged into third and fourth shooting a 1488-105x and 1486-96x.

The LAPD again took the fifth spot as Estevan Estrada posted a 1486-86x.

Vadasz started out with a huge lead, but Smith has been chipping away and it's looking like he may yet pass the three-time champ for his very first title. Will Vadasz hold him off or are we a match away from a new leader in the runnings?

2012 National Police Shooting Championships
Open Class Revolver 1500
Robert Vadasz* U.S. Border Patrol 1494-108x
2 Enoch Smith U.S. Border Patrol 1492-111x
3 Kevin Worrell U.S. Border Patrol 1488-105x
4 Ben Morrow U.S. Border Patrol 1486-96x
5 Estevan Estrada LAPD 1486-86x

*Score changed after challenge period

Team Venezuela shooter at NRA National Police Shooting Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico

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