By Kyle Jillson | September 19 2012 14:40

Watch three-time NPSC champ shoot a stage in New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico - The Distinguished Revolver Championship's course of fire is known as the NRA National Police Course and it's used several other times at NPSC in the Open Revolver, Open Semi-Auto and Distinguished Semi-Auto matches. Consisting of four stages, the third is a real doozy and what better way to see it shot than by three-time NPSC champion Robert Vadasz.

Vadasz (left) is shooting next to US Border Patrol teammate Douglas Goff (right) throughout the stage. Shot all the way from 50 yards, the maximum distance at NPSC, competitors take six shots from the following positions:

  • Sitting
  • Prone
  • Standing Support Left-handed
  • Standing Support Right-handed

Competitors have 2 minutes and 45 seconds to shoot the stage including reloads for subsequent six-shot strings. A little less strict than the Service Revolver Championship, competitors can fire with either single or double action pistols.

So how did Vadasz and Goff do? We'll find out soon when scores are posted.

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