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McKinney PD & Border Patrol take top honors at NRA's Tactical Police Competition

McKinney PD & Border Patrol take top honors at NRA's Tactical Police Competition

Fairfax, Va. - This weekend’s NRA Tactical Police Competition (TPC) in Northern Virginia saw three days of high winds, low temps, and raised spirits. With competitors traveling from as far as South Carolina, Illinois, and New York, the match was created to challenge the best of the best in the duty handgun, shotgun, and rifle skills.

As in every NRA TPC, contenders are divided into two categories; Patrol and Tactical. Those in the Patrol Division are restricted to using handguns/rifles with metallic or iron sights and pump action shotguns. Those in the Tactical Division are allowed to use approved Duty Handgun Optics, semi-automatic shotguns, and rifles with one optical sight.

Though all experienced highs and lows, only a few found their way to the top … and here they are.

 
Patrol Division
Name Department Score
Ting Sun McKinney Police Dept. 496.65
Jim Roeske Fairfax Co. PD 498.60
Charles Swinford Montgomery Co. PD 528.07
Ed Dix Montgomery Co. PD 533.56
David Diller Illinois State Police 581.08




                
Tactical Division
Name Department Score
Chris Ambrose US Border Patrol MU 466.69
Michael Cavanaugh Millersville Borough Police 508.31
Matthew Pizzulli Fairfax Co. PD 516.10
Kenny Hunt DC Cook 548.76
Peter Johnson Prince George's Co. PD 557.80


In the team competitions, it was Fairfax County's team of Jim Roeske and Travis Heiden who took the Patrol Division with a final score of 1167.12 and the US Border Patrol Marksmanship Unit team of Shawn Becker and Chris Ambrose who won the Tactical Division with a total of 1103.65.

If you're current or retired law enforcement and would like to take part in an NRA Tactical Police Competition, visit https://lecompetitions.nra.org/tactical-police-competition/ for dates, contact information, and more. 




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