By Lars Dalseide | September 17 2013 16:05

Florida based Border Patrol Agent wins the Semi-Auto 1500 by seven

Robert Vadasz shooting from 25 yards at NRA's National Police Shooting Championships

Albuquerque, New Mexico - Day One at NRA's National Police Shooting Championships came to a close with a familiar name at the top of the list — U.S. Border Patrol's Robert Vadasz. A four-time winner of the NRA Police Championships, Vadasz appears to have to returned in prime shooting shape … at least when it comes to semi-autos.

The National Police Shooting Championships is a three day competition divided into three separate categories; open class semi-automatic, open class revolver and individual service pistol. Semi-autos are shot on day one, revolvers on day two, and the service pistol matches are shot throughout the championships. The fourth day, following Wednesday night's awards ceremony, is reserved for the team matches.

The semi-automatic pistol portion of the overall title, also know as the Semi-Auto 1500, is a combination of five matches shot throughout the day. Competitors begin the opportunity for a total score of 1500. And as regular readers to our coverage of the competition might have guessed, there are a few Border Patrol Agents at the top of the list.

NRA's National Police Shooting Championships
Semi-Automatic 1500

Place Name Department Score
1 Robert Vadasz U.S. Border Patrol 1497-109x
2 Kevin Worrell U.S. Border Patrol 1490-109x
3 Enoch Smith U.S. Border Patrol 1489-103x
4 Alaric Mason U.S. Border Patrol 1487-100x
5 Tony Simmons U.S. Border Patrol 1484-97x
6 George Kevanian Criminal Investigations 1484-92x
7 Brett Sullivan U.S. Border Patrol 1483-83x
8 Steven Voight Hanford Patrol 1481-84x
9 Gina Hernandez U.S. Border Patrol 1480-79x
10 Sean Vasquez Homeland Security Inv. 1480-70x

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