By Lars Dalseide | September 23 2012 08:22

Shield Up one of NRA's toughest Tactical Course in New Mexico

Albuquerque, New Mexico - As we said last week, the blind course from NRA's Tactical Police Competition in New Mexico was a doozy. All they knew was that there twelve targets and 180 seconds to get them in.

Another potential problem was the shield. It's not as if law enforcement officers use a shield every day on the job. It's heavy, it's cumbersome and the visor isn't as clear as you might hope.

With that in mind, take a look at the above video as four separate competitors make their way though the course.

And in case you're wonder yes ... all the shots from downrange are from unmanned cameras.

Competitor shoots with a shield on NRA's Blind Stage 'Shield Up' at the New Mexico Tactical Police Competition - a 3-gun match

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