By Lars Dalseide | September 22 2012 16:21

The San Antonio Marksmanship Unit makes plans for success at the NRA National Police Shooting Championship 

Injuries and assignments waylaid a good portion of the San Antonio Marksmanship Unit for this year's National Police Shooting Championship. Here's a look a their preparation for the 2010 Championships in Albuquerque:

Around the NPSC: San Antonio Marksmanship Unit's Road to Glory at the National Police Shooting Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico - Last year at the 2009 National Police Shooting Championships, NRAblog ran into the Police Marksmanship Unit from San Antonio. This rambunctious group of shooters formed their team just days before the event took place. NRAblog decided to check in as they prepared for this year's competition.

"The team has traveled to Dallas and Florence, Texas, just to shoot their minimum 300 rounds to get classified to shoot the PPC matches," explained coach Monico Meneses. "Although some of us will have to walk in their scores on registration day, at least we'll be able to shoot as classified shooters."

Read the rest of San Antonio's preparation for the National Police Shooting Championship here

Daniel Earnest from the San Antonio Marksmanship Unit at the 2010 National Police Shooting Championships

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