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National Police Shooting

Championships
Tournament Announcement







Hosted by the
City of Albuquerque New Mexico
Police Department




Conducted by
NRA Law Enforcement Competitions

September 13 through 18, 2014
NRA Law Enforcement Division












































Registered Competitors will receive the 2014 National Police Shooting Championships
Tournament Program Book in the Competitor Package during on-site check in. The NPSC
Match Program Book serves as the official program during the Championships.
The National Police Shooting Championships are made
possible because of generous support from many
law enforcement product providers including:








Well it is once again time for the annual National Police Shooting Championships
and we invite you to join us for days of shooting challenges, lots of fun and a chance to
meet fantastic law enforcement professionals from all over the United States and
international shooting team members.
The Championships are open to public and private law enforcement members and
select law enforcement members of the U.S. military. This is not an Invitational Only
Match, there is no Point Series that you have to gain to be allowed to come, no lottery
slots you have to try for, and no club slot you have to be selected for. Everyone is
welcome to come to the National Police Shooting Championships whether you just shoot
one match and come just for the day, or shoot all of the matches and join ue for the
entire event, NPSC Banquet and Awards Ceremony.
And no, you do not have to be a High Master shooter to attend or do well at the
Championships. In fact High Masters and Masters make up the smallest group of
shooters who attend the Championships and like all Police Pistol Combat matches you
will be competing against those shooters in your own skill classification level. You can
even shoot as an Unclassified Shooter if you have never fired in a NRA Police Pistol
Combat match or hold no PPC Classification.
So come out and join us in Albuquerque for the Championships, meet new friends,
see beautiful New Mexico, and have a ton of fun.

See you on the range,








National Rifle Association of America

National Police Shooting Championships
Marcus M. Lipp
NRA Law Enforcement Competitions Manager




NPSC SCHEDULE OVERVIEW

Saturday September 13
th

 New Mexico Challenge
 NPSC Tactical Police Competition – New Mexico State Regional
 NRA Store Opens

Sunday September 14
th

 Statistical Office Opens
 Competitor Check In and Packet Pick Up at 1000
 NPSC Practice Day
 Law Enforcement Shotgun Championship Range Opens
 NPSC Tactical Police Competition Continues
 Law Enforcement Equipment Expo Show Opens

Monday September 15
th

 Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol 1500 Championship Relays
 Distinguished Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship Relays
 Stock Service Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship Relays
 Law Enforcement Shotgun Championship Relays Continue
 Law Enforcement Equipment Expo Continues

Tuesday September 16
th

 Open Class Revolver Championship Relays
 Distinguished Revolver Championship Relays
 Stock Service Revolver Championship Relays
 Law Enforcement Shotgun Championship Relays Continue
 Law Enforcement Equipment Expo – Last Official Day





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Wednesday September 17
th

 Production Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship Relays
 Off Duty Sidearm Championship Relays
 Production Semi-Automatic Pistol Two and Four Officer Team
Championship Relays
 Stock Service Semi-Automatic Pistol Two and Four Officer
Team Championship Relays
 Law Enforcement Shotgun Championship Relays
 NPSC Awards Banquet

Thursday September 18
th

 Open Class Revolver Four Officer Team Championship Relays
 Open Class Revolver Two Officer Team Championship Relays
 Open Class Semi-Automatic Four Officer Team Championship
Relays
 Open Class Semi-Automatic Two Officer Team Championship
Relays
 Team Awards Ceremony
 Awards Office open for pick up of remaining Trophies, Prizes
and Firearm Awards 0700 to 1300

OTHER ACTIVITIES
 FREE Armorer Schools: There are several tuition-free armorer schools
planned to be held in conjunction with the National Police Shooting
Championships. The schools will be conducted in the meeting rooms at the
Crowne Plaza Hotel that adjoins the NPSC Host Hotel, the Fairfield Inn
University. Slots are awarded by drawing. To enter the Armorer School
Drawing go to http://npsc.nra.org, and then select the Armorer School
Link.
 Albuquerque PPC Regional: The City of Albuquerque and the Albuquerque
Police Department are hosting their annual Police Pistol Combat Regional
Tournament prior to the Police Nationals from September 10
th
through the
12
th
. Come out for NPSC a few days early and take part in this great event.
Check out www.nmshootnra.com for details and registration.

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National Police Shooting Championships





INDIVIDUAL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH OPTIONS

Individual Match Package: Register and pay for only the matches you
want to shoot and pay the individual fee rates.

Match Fees


Individual Match NPSC Fee
 Production Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship – Match 23 $ 20.00
 Stock Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship – Match 14 $ 20.00
 Service Revolver Championship – Match 7 $ 20.00
 Off-Duty Championship – Match 15 $ 20.00
 Distinguished Revolver Championship – Match 17 $ 20.00
 Distinguished Semi-Auto Championship - Match 18 $ 20.00
 Open Class Revolver 1500 Championship – Matches 1-6 $ 65.00
 Open Class Semi-Automatic 1500 Championship – Matches 8-13 $ 65.00
 Shotgun Match – Match 20 $ 20.00

$ 270.00


First Time NPSC Shooters

Option 1 – This firing package is FREE and registers you to fire your
choice of the Stock Service Semi-Automatic Pistol Match on Monday
September 15
th
, or the Production Semi-Automatic Pistol Match on
Wednesday September 17
th
and the LE Shotgun Match anytime the
shotgun range is open. Remington shotguns are available for your use
and Remington ammunition is provided free while supplies last. You may
sign up for additional matches on site if you wish.

Option 2 – Register for the First Time NPSC Shooter Package for
$130.00, which is over 50 percent off the Standard Registration Package
and shoot in any or all of the NPSC Championship Pistol and Shotgun
Matches.

Shooters who register as First Time NPSC Shooters MUST report to the
Statistical Office when they arrive to confirm their First Time NPSC
Shooter Status.


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National Police Shooting Championships

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National Police Shooting Championships




NPSC Alumni Shooters
Early Registration Championship Package - $180.00: Sign up by
Wednesday August 13
th
and save $ 90 over the Championship Package. This
package makes you eligible to fire in all of the Championship Matches and
may save you in match fees even if you do not fire all the matches. This
package is only available until Wednesday August 13
th
.

Championship Package - $215.00: For a flat fee you are eligible to fire in
all of the Championship Matches and save $55.00 over the regular individual
fees. This package may save you in match fees even if you do not fire all the
matches. This Package is only available from August 14
th
until 5:00 p.m.
Eastern Standard Time on Wednesday September 3
rd
.

Late Registration Championship Package - $235.00: For a flat fee you
are eligible to fire in all of the Championship Matches and save $35.00 over
the regular individual fees. This Package applies from September 4
th
on and
must be done on-site at the Statistical Office.


HOW TO REGISTER FOR INDIVIDUAL MATCHES
 Digital Form Fill PDF Registration: Go to the NPSC home web page at
http://npsc.nra.org/ and click on the NPSC Registration Form link. This
will open the NPSC PDF Form Fill Registration. Complete the
registration, save it to your computer with your last name in the file
name, and then send a copy as an e-mail attachment to
LECompetitions@nrahq.org. Then just print a copy for your records.
 On Line: Go to http://npsc.nra.org and follow the links to the NPSC
Registration pages. On line registration will be available until
Wednesday September 3
rd
at 5:00 pm EST. After that time registration
can be made on-site.

 By Phone: Call NRA Law Enforcement Competitions at 703.267.1632
between 0930 and 1630 Eastern Standard Time.

PAYMENT OPTIONS: In addition to using your personal or agency
credit card to register on line you may now select payment by Agency or
Personal Check. Just register make your payment in the Statistical
Office when you check in.






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CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM MATCHES

Team Matches will be fired on Wednesday and Thursday with the Team
Awards Ceremony taking place on Thursday afternoon in the NPSC Awards
Building.

Team sign up will be done in the Statistical Office beginning on Sunday
September 14
th
and may be done up to one hour before the beginning of
the first relay of the match you want to sign up for.
All team members must be from the same agency. No “pick-up” teams are
allowed. Membership can include officers retired from the agency if they
are not now employed by another eligible agency.
Match Scheduling: Four and Two Officer Team Matches using the same
match firearm, such as Open Class Revolvers, will be fired at the same time
since both matches use the same course of fire.
Team Member Firing Order: So that all team shooters can have the
opportunity to have a coach when firing, half of the team will shoot and the
second half will coach and then they will switch off when the course is
complete. For instance, for a Four Officer Team, two officers will be shooting
while two others coach. When the course is done, Range Control will direct
the team to remove the fired targets and post two new targets for the
second half of the team to fire on.
Target Lanes: Target lanes will not be assigned. Four Officer Teams will
pick TWO open targets lanes on the LFFT side of the range and post two
targets to start. Two Officer Teams will pick ONE open target lane on the
RIGHT side of the range and post one target to start.
TEAM FEE: $30 for Two Officer Team Matches and $50 for Four Officer Team
Matches

Available Team Matches

FOUR OFFICER OPEN CLASS REVOLVER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 30

Open To: Teams of four members from the same agency.
Details: Departments MAY enter more than one Four Officer Team in
Match 30. However, team members entered in Match 30 cannot
enter Match 31.
Course of Fire: Same as Match 5.




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TWO OFFICER OPEN CLASS REVOLVER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 31
Open To: Teams of two members from the same agency.
Details: Departments MAY enter more than one Two Officer Team in
Match 31. However, team members entered in Match 31 cannot
enter Match 30.
Course of Fire: Same as Match 5.


FOUR OFFICER OPEN CLASS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL TEAM
CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 32

Open To: Teams of four members from the same agency.
Details: Departments MAY enter more than one Four Officer Team in
Match 32. However, team members entered in Match 32 cannot
enter Match 33.
Course of Fire: Same as Match 12.


TWO OFFICER OPEN CLASS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL TEAM
CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 33

Open To: Teams of two members from the same agency.
Details: Departments MAY enter more than one Two Officer Team in
Match 33. However, Team members entered in Match 33
cannot enter Match 32.
Course of Fire: Same as Match 12.


WORLD FOUR OFFICER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 34 - Unfired

Entry Fee: N/A
Open To: The highest scoring U.S. Open Class Four Officer Team and a
maximum of one Four Officer Team representing each non-U.S.
country.
Scores Used: The highest team scores from the Open Class Revolver
and Semi-Automatic Four Officer Team Matches will be
used. Eligible teams will be ranked from highest to lowest.
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WORLD TWO OFFICER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 35 - Unfired
Entry Fee: N/A
Open To: The highest scoring U.S. Open Class Two Officer Team and a
maximum of one Two Officer Team representing each non-U.S.
country.
Scores Used: The highest team scores from the Open Class Revolver and
Semi-Automatic Two Officer Team Matches will be used.
Eligible teams will be ranked from highest to lowest.


FOUR OFFICER STOCK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL TEAM
CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 36
Open To: Teams of four members from the same agency.
Details: Departments MAY enter more than one Four Officer Team in
Match 36. However, Team members entered in Match 36
cannot enter Match 37.
Course of Fire: Same as Match 14.


TWO OFFICER STOCK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL TEAM
CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 37

Open To: Two members from the same agency.
Details: Departments MAY enter more than one Two Officer Team in
Match 37. However, Team members entered in Match 37
cannot enter Match 36.
Course of Fire: Same as Match 14.


FOUR OFFICER PRODUCTION SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL TEAM
CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 38
Open To: Teams of four members from the same agency.

Details: Departments MAY enter more than one Four Officer Team in
Match 38. However, Team members entered in Match 38
cannot enter Match 39.
Course of Fire: Same as Match 23.
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TWO OFFICER PRODUCTION SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL TEAM
CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 39

Open To: Two members from the same agency.
Details: Departments MAY enter more than one Two Officer Team in
Match 39. However, Team members entered in Match 39
cannot enter Match 38.
Course of Fire: Same as Match 23.






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To check your current NRA Police Pistol Combat
Classifications go to the NRA Law Enforcement Competitions
Classification Look-Up page at:

http://ppc.nra.org/shooter-classification-lookup.aspx





The Two Thousand Thirteen NPSC Team Champions































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Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol
First Place Two Officer Team
Kevin Worrell and Brett Sullivan of the
United States Border Patrol
Open Class Revolver First Place
Two Officer Team
Kevin Worrell and Brett Sullivan of the
United States Border Patrol
Open Class Revolver First Place
Four Officer Team
Benjamin Morrow, Tony Simmons, Robert Vadasz,
and Enoch Smith of the United States Border Patrol
Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol
First Place Four Officer Team
Robert Vadasz, Alaric Mason, Tony Simmons,
and Enoch Smith of the United States Border Patrol
Stock Semi-Automatic Pistol
First Place Four Officer Team
Alaric Mason, Enoch Smith, Tony Simmons, and
Robert Vadasz of the United States Border Patrol
Stock Semi-Automatic Pistol
First Place Two Officer Team
Kevin Worrell and Brett Sullivan of the
United States Border Patrol




NPSC FACILITIES
The City of Albuquerque and the Albuquerque Police Department are our
host for the National Police Shooting Championships. They have been
great supporters of the program and our competitors since we came to
Albuquerque. The quality of today’s NPSC would not be possible without
their dedicated support.
The NRA National Police Shooting Championships are at Shooting Range
Park operated by the City of Albuquerque. NPSC utilizes a dedicated 100
plus point firing line specifically designed for use by NPSC.
DIRECTIONS: Shooting Range Park is located at 16001 Shooting Range
Road, approximately 12 miles west of the intersection of I-25 and I-40.
It is easy to reach by traveling west on I-40 and exiting at Atrisco Vista
Boulevard (formally Paseo del Vulcan), Exit 149. Turn right at the stop
sign and proceed north four miles; turn left onto Shooting Range Road
and travel three miles to the Park.
















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FIRST TIME NPSC SHOOTER
RECOGNITION DRAWING

If you are registered as a First Time NPSC Shooter you can sign up for the
First Time NPSC Shooter Recognition Drawing for a chance to win a sponsor
provided firearm.

Here's what you need to do in order to enter:
 You must have NEVER fired in the National Police Shooting
Championships.
 Have registered as a First Time NPSC Shooter.
 Go to the Statistical Office and add your name to the First Time NPSC
Shooter Recognition Drawing signup sheet by NOON on Wednesday,
September 17
th
. No additional entries will be accepted after the cut
off time.
 First Time NPSC Shooter Recognition Drawing winners will be
announced during the NPSC Awards Ceremony and Banquet on
Wednesday evening. You do not have to be present to win.



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NPSC HOST HOTEL

Once again the Host Hotel for the National Police Shooting Championships
will be the Fairfield Inn University in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Fairfield Inn University
1760 Menaul Boulevard, N.E.
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102
505.889.4000 = Hotel Direct Line

Reservations: Reservations must be telephoned directly to the Hotel
Reservation Department by the cutoff date of August 31
st
. Competitors
must contact the hotel directly at 505.889.4000 or 800.228.2800,
preferably between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Mountain Standard Time.
In order to receive the preferred group rates for which NRA is contracted,
individuals must identify themselves with the 2014 National Police Shooting
Championships. Rates cannot be changed at the time of check in or check
out for guests who fail to identify their affiliation at the time the reservation
is requested.
Room Block: A room block has been established that will run from
September 8
th
to September 20
th
. The number of rooms is set and offered
on a first come-first served basis. Once the blocked rooms are gone
regular rates apply.
Rate: $74 plus tax per night and includes the breakfast bar.
Check In – Check Out: Hotel check in time is 3:00 pm. Check out time is
12:00 noon.
Complimentary Continental Breakfast: Is offered daily at the Fairfield Inn
University.

Monday thru Thursday: 0600 to 0900
Friday thru Sunday: 0700 to 1000

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Early Departure: In the event a guest has reserved a room within the
NPSC block and then checks out prior to their reserved check out date, the
hotel will add an early departure fee of $50 to that guest's individual
account. Guests wishing to avoid an early departure fee should advise the
hotel at or prior to check in of any changes.

Other Information:
Competitors ARE NOT to use hotel towels, sheets or other linens to
clean their guns.
NO AMMUNITION should be brought into the hotel to reduce the
chance of an accidental discharge during cleaning, or function checks.
An accidental discharge anywhere at the host hotel or their
parking area or anywhere at the NPSC Range Facilities may
result in the Disqualification of a competitor.

Directions:
From Airport/I-25
Northbound: Sunport Blvd.
to I-25 North, Exit 225
(Lomas) continue on North
Frontage Road to Menaul,
right on Menaul, right onto
Fairfield Drive.
From I-25 Southbound:
Exit 227 (Comanche),
continue on South Frontage
Road to Menaul, left on
Menaul, right on Fairfield
Drive.
From I-40 Westbound: Exit
159-D (University Blvd.), right
on University, left on Menaul,
left on on Fairfield Drive.
From I-40 Eastbound: Exit 159-A (4th St.), continue on East Frontage
Road to University, left on University, left on Menaul, left on Fairfield
Drive.

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ADVANCE SHIPMENT OF AMMUNITION

The Albuquerque Police Department (APD) has graciously agreed to receive
and store pre-shipped ammunition for NPSC competitors at NO COST!
The APD range is located at Shooting Range State Park, the same facility as
NPSC.
Ship to: Albuquerque Police Department Range
ATTN: NPSC Competitor Ammo
16001 Shooting Range Road
Albuquerque, NM 87121
Phone: 505-836-8783








Copy the below label, complete the label, and securely tape
it on the outside of each box.

















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National Police Shooting Championships

AMMUNITION MUST BE SHIPPED
BY UPS GROUND

THIS IS THE REGULAR SERVICE DELIVERING TO THE
RANGE FACILITY AND WILL HELP ENSURE YOUR DELIVERY
IS RECEIVED

HOLD FOR NPSC COMPETITOR


Hold For: ____________________________________
First Name Last Name

Cell Phone Number: ____________________________

Agency: ____________________________________

Box: _______ of _______



TOURNAMENT APPROVED FIREARMS & AMMUNITION
Competitors are responsible for ensuring that their firearm, ammunition
and equipment are compliant with the current NRA Police Pistol Combat
Rule Book. Any equipment which may be questionable should be
submitted for review by NRA Law Enforcement Staff prior or during NPSC.
The 2014 Edition of the Police Pistol Combat Rules will govern this event.
The Firearms and Ammunition requirements contained in the PPC Rule
Book are outlined below. The complete PPC Rule Book and updates are
available on-line at http://ppc.nra.org under PPC Rule Information on
the Law Enforcement Competitions pages.
You may also purchase a printed pocket size edition of the PPC
Rule Book by calling NRA Law Enforcement Competitions at
703.267.1632. or at the NPSC Store during the Tournament.
Once a Match has started, no changing of firearms is allowed except
under the provisions of PPC Rule Section 9.3.


The Quick View Firearm Matrix below is from the current NRA
Police Pistol Combat Rule Book.
























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APPLIES TO ALL FIREARMS Rule 3.1


Each competitor is responsible for their firearm and any which may be questionable should be submitted
to the Tournament Director, Referee, or 3-Man Jury for decision prior to being used.
All standard safety features of the pistol must operate properly.
With respect to Sections 3.2 through 3.10, and in addition to the firearm specific regulations below, the
following features are either Allowed or Prohibited on all firearms.

Action work to make a crisper and/or smoother trigger pull Allowed

Fixed or adjustable sights Allowed

Sight Blackening Allowed

Modification or change of stocks because of the size of a competitor’s hand or to
facilitate loading
Allowed

Internal modifications that would render the firearm less safe than originally
designed by the manufacturer
Prohibited

Any external modifications, except those allowed within each rule Prohibited

Front sight extending beyond muzzle Prohibited

Compensators, barrel venting, or barrel porting Prohibited

Ammunition: No high speed or Magnum ammunition will be allowed. Ammunition must be hand loaded or
factory loaded to produce sufficient velocity to pass through the target AND the backer. Shots which do
not pass through the target and the backer will be scored as misses.





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OPEN CLASS REVOLVER Rule 3.2

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Open Class
Revolvers.

Firearm / Caliber: A revolver chambered to fire center-fire cartridges .32 caliber or larger

Barrel Length Maximum 6 Inches

Trigger Pull Minimum: Single Action 2.5 Pounds

Sight Radius Maximum 8.5 Inches

Sight Guards which do NOT extend rearward more than 2 inches Allowed

External Trigger Stops Allowed

Grips/Stocks that when measured from side-to-side at the base are greater than 1 ¾
inches in thickness (1.75’)
Prohibited

Caliber / Ammunition: Either hand loaded or factory loaded ammunition may be used. Wadcutter
ammunition is allowed.

OPEN CLASS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Rule 3.3

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Open Class Semi-
Automatic Pistols.

Firearm / Caliber: Center-fire pistols of .35 caliber or larger. All double action semi-automatic pistols
must fire the first shot of every stage double action except at the 50 yard line.

Barrel Length Maximum 6 Inches

Trigger Pull Minimum Single or Double Action 3.5 Pounds

Sight Radius Maximum 8.5 Inches

Sight Guards which do NOT extend rearward more than 2 inches Allowed

Extended Magazine Well Funnel Allowed

Magazine Bumper Pad Allowed

External Trigger Stops Allowed

Caliber / Ammunition: Either hand loaded or factory loaded ammunition may be used. Wadcutter
ammunition is allowed





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DISTINGUISHED REVOLVER Rule 3.4

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Distinguished
Revolvers.

Firearm / Caliber: A factory manufactured (catalog item) revolver capable of chambering and firing .38
Special ammunition. Revolver may chamber no more than six rounds.

Barrel Length Maximum 6 Inches

Trigger Pull Minimum - Single Action 2.5 Pounds

Installation of any unmodified trigger sold by the manufacturer Allowed

Chamfered Cylinder Allowed

Adjustable Front Sight Prohibited

Trigger modification as to length, width, or grooves Prohibited

Trigger Shoe Prohibited

External Trigger Stop Prohibited

Thumb Rest Prohibited

Grips/Stocks that when measured from side-to-side at the base are greater than 1 ¾
inches in thickness (1.75”)
Prohibited

Tape on the stock/grip Prohibited

Any substance that results in a sticky surface to the grip/stock, or hand Prohibited

Weighted grip/stock Prohibited

Installation of sights that require alteration of the firearm for installation. Prohibited

Ammunition: Either hand loaded or factory loaded ammunition. No wadcutter ammunition is allowed.





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DISTINGUISHED SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Rule 3.5

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Distinguished
Semi-Automatic Pistols.

Firearm / Caliber: Factory manufactured (catalog item) center-fire semi-automatic pistol capable of
chambering and firing .35 caliber or larger ammunition, or FN 5.7 x 28 caliber ammunition. All double
action semi-automatic pistols must fire the first shot of every stage double action except at the 50 yard
line.

Barrel Length Maximum 6 Inches

Trigger Pull Minimum Single or Double Action. 3.5 Pounds

Sight Radius Maximum 8.5 Inches

Open Sights, from any Manufacturer provided such sights do not require alteration of
the firearm for installation.
Allowed

Extended Magazine Well Funnel Allowed

Magazine Bumper Pads Allowed

Finger Groove and Slip on Grips Allowed

Any accessories, parts, or components which are manufactured to duplicate, in
materials and dimensions, the original as offered by the manufacturer of the pistol.
Allowed

Smith & Wesson Model PPC9 Pistols Allowed

Adjustable Front Sight Prohibited

Full-length Bo-mar type rib on the slide Prohibited

External Trigger Stops Prohibited

Thumb Rest Prohibited

Grips/Stocks that are flared at the base Prohibited

Tape on the grip/stock Prohibited

Any substance that results in a sticky surface to the grip/stock or hand Prohibited

Weighted grip/stock Prohibited
Ammunition: Either hand loaded or factory loaded ammunition. No wadcutter ammunition is allowed.





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STOCK SERVICE REVOLVER Rule 3.6

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Stock Service
Revolvers.

Firearm / Caliber: A factory manufactured (catalog item) revolver with duty sights capable of chambering
and firing .38 Special ammunition.
Barrel Length Maximum 4 Inches

Replacement of service type sights with other service type sights, luminescent
service sights, or fiber optic service sights provided such sights do not require
alteration of the firearm for installation.
Allowed

Ramp or post front sight as sold by the manufacturer of the firearm Allowed
Chamfered Cylinder Allowed
Adjustable Front Sight Prohibited

Trigger Modification as to length, width, or grooves Prohibited
Trigger Shoes Prohibited
External Trigger Stops Prohibited
Thumb Rest Prohibited

Grips/Stocks that when measured from side-to-side at the base are greater than 1
¾ inches in thickness (1.75”)
Prohibited
Tape on the stock/grip Prohibited

Any substance that results in a sticky surface to the grip/stock, or hand Prohibited
Weighted grip/stock Prohibited

Ammunition: Either hand loaded or factory loaded ammunition. No wadcutter ammunition is allowed.






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STOCK SERVICE SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Rule 3.7

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Stock Service
Semi-Automatic Pistols.

Firearm / Caliber: Factory manufactured (catalog item), center-fire semi-automatic pistol with duty sights
capable of chambering and firing .35 caliber or larger ammunition, or FN 5.7 x 28 caliber ammunition. All
double action pistols must fire the first shot of every stage double action.
Barrel Length Maximum 5.5 Inches

Trigger Pull Minimum: Single or Double Action 3.5 Pounds
Sight Radius Maximum 7.5 Inches

Any accessories, parts, or components which are manufactured to duplicate, in
materials and dimensions, the original as offered by the manufacturer
Allowed

Replacement of service type sights with other service type sights, luminescent
service sights, or fiber optic service sights provided such sights do not require
alteration of the firearm for installation.
Allowed
Magazine bumper pads Allowed
Extended magazine well funnel Allowed
Finger groove and slip on grips Allowed
Adjustable Front Sight Prohibited
Full-length Bo-mar type rib on the slide Prohibited
Trigger shoe Prohibited
External Trigger Stops Prohibited
Thumb Rest Prohibited

Grips/stocks that are flared at the base Prohibited

Tape on the grip/stock Prohibited

Any substance that results in a sticky surface to the grip/stock or hand Prohibited
Weighted grip/stock Prohibited
Smith & Wesson Model PPC9 Pistols Prohibited

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OFF DUTY REVOLVER Rule 3.8

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Off Duty
Revolvers.

Firearm / Caliber: A factory manufactured (catalog item) revolver capable of chambering and firing .38
Special ammunition.

Barrel Length Maximum 2.75 Inches

Replacement of service type sights with other service type sights, luminescent
service sights, or fiber optic service sights, sights provided such sights do not
require alteration of the firearm for installation.
Allowed

Ramp or post front sight as sold by the manufacturer of the firearm Allowed

Chamfered Cylinder Allowed

Adjustable Front Sight Prohibited

Trigger modification as to length, width, or grooves Prohibited

Trigger Shoes Prohibited

External Trigger Stops Prohibited

Thumb Rest Prohibited

Grips/Stocks that when measured from side-to-side at the base are greater than 1
¾ inches in thickness (1.75”)
Prohibited

Tape on the stock/grip Prohibited

Any substance that results in a sticky surface to the grip/stock, or hand Prohibited

Weighted grip/stock Prohibited

Ammunition: Either hand loaded or factory loaded ammunition. No wadcutter ammunition is allowed.

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OFF DUTY SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Rule 3.9

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Off Duty Semi-
Automatic Pistols.

Firearm / Caliber: A stock factory manufactured (catalog item) semi-automatic center-fire pistol suitable
for off duty concealed carry, chambered for and capable of firing .380 caliber ammunition or larger. All
double action pistols must fire the first shot of every match or stage double action.

Barrel Length Maximum 3.65 Inches

Trigger Pull Minimum: Single or Double Action 3.5 Pounds

Replacement of service type sights with other service type sights, luminescent
service sights, or fiber optic service sights, provided such sights do not require
alteration of the firearm for installation.
Allowed

Magazine bumper pads Allowed

Extended magazine well funnel Allowed

Finger groove and slip on grips Allowed

Magazine grip extensions, if when installed, add no more than one finger width to
the overall length of the magazine when inserted
Allowed

Extended magazines, if no more than one finger width of the magazine is exposed
when the magazine is inserted
Allowed
Adjustable Front Sight Prohibited
Bo-Mar type ribs on the slide Prohibited
Thumb Rest Prohibited
External Trigger Stops Prohibited
Trigger Shoe Prohibited
Tape on the grip/stock Prohibited

Any substance that results in a sticky surface to the grip/stock, or hand. Prohibited

Weighted grip/stock Prohibited

Use of full size compatible magazines Prohibited

Ammunition: Either hand loaded or factory loaded ammunition. No wadcutter ammunition allowed.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT SHOTGUN

Firearm / Caliber: Shotgun must be factory manufactured, 12 gauge with no modifications. All safety
devices provided by the manufacturer must function as designed.

Barrel Length Maximum 22 ¼ Inches

Sights Sights Only Metallic or Metallic Fiber Optic Duty Sights Allowed

Choke Fixed or interchangeable choke.

Choke Measurement
Must be cylinder or improved cylinder bore; constriction at the choke may
not exceed 0.0149.

Back Boring Prohibited

Sling
Shotgun may be equipped with a sling but it cannot have sling cuffs or other
devices that attach to the arm and may only be used during Stage 4.

Ammunition: Provided by the NRA or by competitor. Ammunition must be 12-gauge, 00 lead Buckshot
with nine pellets per shell, and 1 ounce rifled slugs. Ammunition will be inspected and a sample shell may
be required for disassembly and examination. Reloaded or sabot ammunition will not be allowed.

PRODUCTION SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL Rule 3.10

In addition to the specifications within Section 3.1, the following specifications apply for Production
Semi-Automatic Pistols.

Firearm / Caliber: Pistols for this Division are approved by NRA Law Enforcement Competitions and listed
on the Law Enforcement Competitions website. To be considered, must be a mass produced center-fire
semi-automatic pistol made for police or military use (at least 1,000 pistols), unmodified stock catalog
item in its original factory condition, and have a double, double/single, or striker type action. Must be
capable of chambering and firing .35 caliber or larger ammunition, or FN 5.7 x 28 caliber ammunition. All
double action semi-automatic pistols must fire the first shot of every stage double action.
Barrel Length Maximum 5 Inches
Trigger Pull Minimum: Single or Double Action 3.5 Pounds
Sight Radius Maximum 7.5 Inches

Installation of extended magazine releases and slide catches produced by the pistol’s
manufacturer.
Allowed

Replacement of the factory fixed or adjustable service sights with another service
type sight, luminescent service sight, or fiber optic service sight sold by the pistol’s
manufacturer as a factory catalog replacement part for the pistol, provided such
sights do not require alteration of the firearm for installation.
Allowed
Magazine bumper pads Allowed
Finger groove and slip on grips Allowed
Single Action Pistols Prohibited

Custom or competition model Pistols, even if a catalog item or another version of the
manufacturer’s base stock model.
Prohibited

Any external change to the pistol from its original manufactured condition, including
grips, extended magazine wells/funnel, trigger stops, trigger shoes, etc.
Prohibited

Changing any internal part or component with a non-original factory manufactured
part.
Prohibited
Tape on the grip/stock Prohibited

Any Substance that results in a sticky surface to the grip/stock or hand. Prohibited

Ammunition: Either hand loaded or factory loaded ammunition. No wadcutter ammunition is allowed.






THE NEW MEXICO CHALLENGE


This is a free non-tournament event conducted by NRA Law Enforcement
Competitions to expose law enforcement and security professionals from
New Mexico agencies who do not have a permanent PPC Classification
to the NRA Police Pistol Combat program and the National Police Shooting
Championships.
Officers will be run through the PPC Stock Semi-Automatic Pistol Course of
Fire and since it is a non-tournament event they will not have to compete
against experienced PPC shooters. Previous New Mexico Challenge shooters
may enter the Alumni Special Category even if they have a PPC
Classification but cannot win overall trophies, prizes or firearm awards.
Rules are simple: officers only need their duty handgun, holster, magazines,
and 50 rounds of ammunition. No need for duty ammunition, inexpensive
practice, or training ammo is fine.
We will have trophy awards for top shooters and law enforcement category
awards, such as Municipal, County, State, Federal, and Security.
Team Event: Challenge officers from your rival Squad, Division, Unit,
District, or your best friends. There will be un-fired team matches for 2
and 4 officer teams. Just tell us before you shoot who your teammate is
and we will combine your individual scores to get your team score.
Call NRA Law Enforcement Competitions at 703.267.1632 or go to
http://npsc.nra.org and follow the NPSC links for more information on the
New Mexico Challenge and for the registration form.

Registration & check in from 0900 to 1000 / Firing relays begin at
approximately 1030 / Awards Ceremony is after all relays have fired
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NRA TACTICAL POLICE COMPETITION
New Mexico State Regional

The NPSC Tactical Police Competition event will take place on Saturday
September 13
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and Sunday the 14
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, with shooters firing one of the
two days.
The NRA developed the TPC program to augment
and go hand-in-hand with PPC competitions. PPC
remains the ultimate test of an officer’s accuracy
and handling. TPC adds additional elements
using duty handgun, shotgun, and patrol rifles in
scenario and skill based courses of fire.
The event is held in the action shooting bays located past the NPSC
Statistical Office building.
For equipment and firearm requirements and more information about the
Tactical Police Competition program visit http://tpc.nra.org.
Registration: Pre-registration is highly recommended as slots are limited.
Registration information is available on-line at the Tactical Police Competition
web page listed above or by calling Law Enforcement Competitions at
703.267.1632. Sorry but Registration must be done separately from
NPSC.

On-Site Check In and Late Registration: Inside the NPSC Awards
Building, Saturday and Sunday from 0600 to 0650.
If you do not register by 0650 you cannot participate.
Check In: ALL TPC shooters must check in and get their competitor
packets inside the NPSC Awards/Statistical Office Building the morning of the
day they are shooting during the open registration hours listed above. If you
do not check in you cannot fire.
Awards: The TPC Awards Ceremony will take place Sunday inside the NPSC
Awards Office building when course breakdown is complete and scores are
finalized.
Relays: There are no relays in TPC. All shooters begin firing at the same
time and are broken down into assigned squads. If you do not register AND
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NPSC STORE OPENS

Years ago we began producing an annual National Police Shooting
Championships t-shirt. Over the years we expanded the NPSC souvenir
product offerings and added items that
competitors requested we carry, such as NRA
branded items, speed loaders, reference
books, and other related items.
The NRA Store is located just inside the side
door of NPSC Hall 2 next to the NPSC Results
Bulletin Posting Boards.
Shooters wanting shirts and hats with the 2014 NPSC artwork should
purchase early as these items are always in high demand.


NPSC Store Hours

Saturday 1000 to 1630
Sunday 0800 to 1600
Monday 0800 to 1700
Tuesday 0800 to 1700
Wednesday 0800 to 1400
Thursday Closed








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NPSC PRACTICE DAY
Date: Sunday, September 14, 2014
Location: NPSC Police Pistol Combat Range
Cost: $ 8 Per Relay Ticket
Relays Offered: There are three types of relays held on NPSC
Practice Day.
 Match 5 Relay: Range Control will run the 60 round NRA National
Police Course of Fire. This will allow competitors to practice at the 7,
15, 25 and 50 yard line as if under match conditions.
 Match 4 Relay: Range Control will run Match 4, the 25 yard Standing
Without Support Course of Fire.
 Zeroing Relay: At 25 yards, Range Control will allow competitors to
fire the number of rounds they choose during the time allotted to fire.
Shooters will then be allowed to inspect their target and after all
shooters have returned from downrange, allowed to handle their
unloaded handgun and make any necessary sight adjustments.
Another firing period will then be provided, repeating the process.
Shooters will then move to the 50 yard line and the process repeated to
check/adjust 50 yard sight zeros.
 Relay Format: While each relay follows a set course and time limits,
shooters may practice whatever stage and fire whatever number of
rounds they desire as long as they follow all range commands. For
instance, during the Match 4 Relay, instead of firing strings of 12
rounds standing off hand at 25 yards, you could practice left hand
barricade or during Zeroing Relays you may practice whatever stages
you desire during the open fire period.
 Multiple Guns: You may fire/zero multiple guns during the Practice
Day. As always, guns must be cased or holstered. Just check with
Practice Day Range Officers on how, and when you may switch
firearms.
Practice Day Ticket Prize Drawing: A Practice Day Prize Drawing will
be conducted consisting of donated merchandise. To be eligible for the
Practice Day Prize Drawing, competitors must place one of their shooter
labels on each ticket or write their name on the Practice Day Ticket and
place them in the Practice Day Prize Drawing Box on the range. The
names of the winners of the Practice Day Prize Drawing will be posted
outside the NPSC Awards Office on Tuesday afternoon September 16
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Practice Day Relay Schedule:

Time Relay
0800 to 0900 Zeroing Relay
0900 to 0930 Match 5
0930 to 1030 Zeroing Relay
1030 to 1100 Match 5
1100 to 1200 Zeroing Relay
1200 to 1230 Match 4
1230 to 1330 Zeroing Relay
1330 to 1400 Match 5
1400 to 1500 Zeroing Relay
1500 to 1530 Match 4

Target Lane Assignments: Competitors who purchase Practice Day Tickets
in advance may select the numbered target lane they desire to shoot on, as
they are available.
The open target lanes for the Practice Day are lanes 20 thru 100.
Competitors who purchase Practice Day Tickets on-site will be allowed to
choose from any remaining unassigned target lanes.
Practice Day Ticket Purchase: Eighty Percent of the tickets are
available for advance purchase. The remaining twenty percent are sold
onsite. Practice Day Tickets may be purchased by completing the Practice
Day Ticket Order Form and sending it as noted at the bottom of the form
or by calling NRA Law Enforcement Competitions at 703.267.1632.
Phone orders are taken from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Eastern Standard
Time, Monday through Friday.
Payment must be made by credit card at time of purchase. Practice
Day Tickets will be mailed to you so you have them immediately and do
not have to wait in line to pick them up on-site.
The deadline for advance purchase of Practice Day Tickets is Wednesday
September 3
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Remaining tickets will be available for on-site purchase beginning in the
afternoon on Saturday September 13
th
at the NRA Store.

Targets: You will be provided one B-27 cardboard target and B-27 Repair
Centers for each Practice Day Ticket to use as you decide.


You MUST Provide Your OWN Staple Gun, Tape or
Spray Glue to Attach Repair Centers.

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STATISTICAL OFFICE OPENS
&
COMPETITOR PACKET PICK-UP

Statistical Office Opens: 0700 to 1600
 Pre-Paid Registered Shooters: If you registered on line and have
already paid your tournament fees then you do not need to go to the
Statistical Office unless you want to add or drop matches, sign up for
the Team matches, or need other assistance. Just pick your
Competitor Packet up during the hours listed below in the Awards Hall.
 Non-Paid Registered Shooters: if you Pre-Registered but need to
pay your Tournament Fees go to the Statistical Office and make
payment. Then go to the Competitor Packet pick up with your receipt
for your packet.
 Un-Registered Shooters: If you need to register on-site go to the
Statistical Office and complete a Registration Form. Staff will then
process your registration and prepare all material needed for your
Competitor Packet.

Competitor Packet Pick Up: 1000 to 1600
Paid Registered shooters can pick up their Competitor Packet in the
Awards Hall.

Inside your packet you should find your:
 Competitor ID Card and holder – please wear this at all times when at
the NPSC facilities. You MUST have this for any pick-ups from the
Awards Office.
 Squadding Ticket listing all of the matches you are signed up for with
Relay and Target Number.
 Receipt for fees paid.
 Individual Scorecard Book.
 Printed Competitor Labels with your name and agency for use on
your targets, scorecards, and raffle tickets.
 Shotgun Scoring Booklet.
 Handgun Target Scoring Information Sheet.
 Other general information.
As soon as you get your packet, review all material to make sure your
name is spelled correctly and all other information is accurate, especially
your listed PPC Classifications and category. If corrections are needed
go to the Statistical Office immediately.
If you do not pick up your Competitor Packet on Sunday, go to the
Statistical Office for your packet.
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REMINGTON
LAW ENFORCEMENT SHOTGUN CHAMPIONSHIP
MATCH BEGINS
0900 to 1630
The Law Enforcement Shotgun Championship
Match relays begin on Sunday. You may fire this
match on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, or
Wednesday (last relay will be at 1500). Simply
register in the Statistical Office and report to the
Shotgun Range during operating hours. Relays
are formed as shooters arrive at the range.
Firearm: Competitors may use a Model 870 or
Model 1187 Shotgun provided at no charge by Remington Law
Enforcement, or furnish their own shotgun.
Shotgun must be factory manufactured, 12 gauge, barrel length not to
exceed 22 1/4 inches, metallic sights only, and no modifications. Barrel is
to be cylinder or improved cylinder bore; constriction at the choke may not
exceed 0.0149. No back boring is allowed. Interchangeable chokes are
allowed. Shotgun barrels will be checked for choke and inspected.
All safety devices provided by the manufacturer must function as designed.
Slings: Shotgun may be equipped with a sling but it cannot have sling
cuffs or other devices that attach to the arm. Sling may only be used
during Stage 4.
Sights: Metallic / Fiber Optic duty sights only.
Ammunition: Competitors can use ammunition provided by Remington
Law Enforcement at no charge (as long as supplies last) or by
competitor. Ammunition must be 12-gauge, 00 lead Buckshot with nine
pellets per shell, and 1 ounce rifled slugs. Ammunition will be inspected and
a sample shell may be required for disassembly and examination. It is best if
you bring the original box the rounds came in with you. Reloaded or sabot
ammunition is not allowed.
Shotgun Carry: Shotguns brought to and from the
range MUST be:
 Unloaded with the action open and Safety ON
 Cased or Uncased
 Carried muzzle down whenever uncased.
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Target: NRA B-27. Each shooter will have 6 targets posted. Four are for
the Buck Shot stages, one is for the 25 yard slug stage and the last is for the
50 yard slug stage.
Scoring: Competitor scoring will be used.

Scoring Values:
 Buckshot: Each hit within the 7 Ring and in are worth 5 Points. Hits
outside the 7 Ring are zero.
 Slugs: Hits are scored using the B-27 target X, 10, 9, 8, and 7 Point
face value scoring rings.

Tie Breaking: See Appendix Section D of the NRA Police Pistol Combat
Rule Book.

Course of Fire: National Police Shooting Championships Shotgun Match, as
follows:
Stage 1: At 15 yards fired from the hip or shoulder at Target Numbers 1
through 4.
Fire 5 rounds of 12 gauge nine pellet 00 Buckshot at four B-27
targets within 10 seconds.
Fire one round at three of the targets and two rounds at one
target of your choice.
Gun stock must be held under the arm until targets start to
turn. Gun may then be brought to the shoulder, or fired from
the underarm position.



Stage 2: At 20 yards fired from the shoulder at Target Numbers 1
through 4.
Fire 5 rounds of 12 gauge nine pellet 00 Buckshot at four B-27
targets within 5 seconds.
Fire one round at three of the targets and two rounds at one
target of choice.
Gun may be placed against the shoulder before targets start to
turn.
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Stage 3: At 25 yards fired from the shoulder at the target numbered 25.
Fire 5 rounds of rifled slug at one B-27 target within 10
seconds.
Gun must be held under the arm until targets start to turn.



Stage 4: At 50 yards fired from the shoulder in either the kneeling or
standing position at the target numbered 50.
Fire 5 rounds of rifled slug at one B-27 target within 60
seconds. Do NOT use the target you already fired slugs at.
Gun stock must be held under the arm until targets start to
turn. Sling may be used but it cannot be wrapped around the
arm, or otherwise attached in any manner to your body until
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LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPOSITION

1000 to 1600

Vendor Show Opens on Sunday with
daily hours of 1000 to 1600 and ends
Tuesday at 1700.
Featured are vendors from both the
national and local level and many of
the supporters who make the National
Police Shooting Championships
possible. Make sure you see all the
vendors and thank them for their support of your program.





























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OPENING CEREMONIES

0730 on the NPSC Handgun Range

Please join NRA Officials, the City of Albuquerque Mayor and Police Chief
and others in kicking off the Championships and the raising of the Colors.

The first Championship Handgun Match will begin at 0800
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Monday September 15
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Immediately Following Opening Ceremonies

OPEN CLASS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL 1500 CHAMPIONSHIP
Matches 8 thru 12 – Relays 131 through 134


Triggers: Trigger pull must not be less than 3.5 lbs. Triggers will be
randomly weighed.
Match 8: 24 Shots, Standing Without Support at 7 and 15 Yards
Course of Fire: Two stages of 12 shots each
fired double action standing without support.
Stage 1 fired at 7 yards and Stage 2 fired at
15 yards. 20 seconds per stage starting with
loaded gun in holster and including time
required to reload. Each stage fired at a
separate target. Targets will be changed
between Stages 1 and 2.
Match 9: 18 Shots, Kneeling, and Standing at 25 Yards
Course of Fire: 6 shots kneeling; 6 shots left hand standing with support;
6 shots right hand standing with support; all firing double action. Time is
90 seconds for the entire course, starting with loaded gun in holster and
including time to reload. Time starts with shooter in standing position.
Match 10: 24 Shots, Sitting, Prone, and Standing at 50 Yards
Course of Fire: 6 shots sitting; 6 shots prone; 12 shots standing with
support (6 shots left hand, 6 shots right hand); all shooting single or
double action. Time is 2 minutes and 45 seconds starting with loaded gun
in holster and including time to reload. Time starts with shooter in
standing position.
Match 11: 24 Shots, Standing Without Support at 25 Yards
Course of Fire: 2 stages of 12 shots each fired double action, standing
without support at 25 yards. Time is 35 seconds for each 12-shot stage
starting with loaded gun in holster and including time to reload.

Match 12: NRA National Police Course – 60 Shots
Course of Fire: See Match 18, the Distinguished Semi-Automatic Pistol
course of fire on the next page.
Match 13: Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol 1500 Aggregate
This is an unfired aggregate of each competitor’s score in Matches 8, 9,
10, 11, and 12 (150 rounds) and is used to determine the Open Class
Semi-Automatic Pistol Champion.

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DISTINGUISHED SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 18 – Relays 181 through 184



Course of Fire: The 60-round NRA National Police Course
of Fire with a total possible score of 600 points.

Stage 1: At 7 yards, 12 shots double action from the
standing without support position. Time limit is
20 seconds, including time to reload.
Stage 2: At 25 yards, 6 shots double action from the
kneeling position; 6 shots standing with
support, left hand; 6 shots standing with
support, right hand. Time limit is 90 seconds
including time to reload.
Stage 3: At 50 yards, 6 shots single or double action sitting; 6 shots prone;
6 shots standing left hand from behind barricade; 6 shots standing
right hand from behind barricade. Time limit is 2 minutes and 45
seconds, including time to reload.
Stage 4: At 25 yards, 6 shots double action standing without support. Time
limit is 12 seconds. No barricade or other support is used.


STOCK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 14 – Relays 141 through 144

Course of Fire: 48 rounds.
Stage 1: 3 yards – Double action, 6 shots one hand, from standing without
support position, 8 seconds.
Stage 2: 7 yards – Double action, 12 shots, one or two hands, from
standing without support position, 20 seconds, includes reloading for second
6-shot string.
Stage 3: 15 yards – Double action, 12 shots, one or two hands, from
standing without support position, 20 seconds, includes reloading for second
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Stage 4: 25 yards – Double action, 18 shots, one or two hands, 6 shots
kneeling, using the barricade for cover and support, 6 shots standing left
hand from behind barricade and 6 shots standing right hand from behind the
barricade, 90 seconds, time starts with loaded gun in holster and includes
reloading for subsequent 6-shot strings. The barricade MUST be used for
cover and support.
When using the barricade the body cannot pass the fault line
that extends from the base of the barricade up range towards
the shooter.









Target Changes: After Stages 2 and 4.


Please note that the requirement to use the barricade for cover and
support and not cross the fault line stay applies to all service matches,
including Stock Service Semi-Automatic Pistol, Production Semi-Automatic
Pistol, Service Revolver, Off Duty Sidearm Matches and the corresponding
Team Matches.



LAW ENFORCEMENT SHOTGUN MATCH CONTINUES: 0800 to 1630
Match 20

LAST relay will BEGIN at 1600




LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPOSITION CONTINUES: 1000 to 1600




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Tuesday September 16
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Statistical Office Opens: 0700


OPEN CLASS REVOLVER 1500 CHAMPIONSHIP
Matches 1 thru 6 – Relays 61 through 64


Course of Fire: 150 Rounds. Matches 1 through 5 are the same courses of
fire as Matches 8 through 13 fired on Monday.

Match 6: Open Class Revolver 1500 Aggregate
This is an unfired aggregate of each competitor’s score in Matches
1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 and is used to determine the Open Class Revolver
Champion.





DISTINGUISHED REVOLVER CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 17 – Relays 171 through 174

Course of Fire: 60 Rounds. Match 17 uses the NRA
National Police Course of Fire with a
total possible score of 600 points. See
Match 18 on Monday for the description.




STOCK SERVICE REVOLVER CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 7 – Relays 71 through 74
Course of Fire: 48 Rounds. Same as for Match 14.
Target Changes: After Stages 2 and 4.


Law Enforcement Shotgun Match Continues
Match 20.

The day’s LAST relay will BEGIN at 1600



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Wednesday September 17
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Statistical Office Opens:



Shotgun Match Relays / LAST Day


LAST relay will BEGIN at 1500




PRODUCTION SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 23 - Relays 231 through 234

Course of Fire: 48 Rounds. Same as Match 14.
Target Changes: After Stages 2 and 4.



OFF-DUTY SIDEARM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 15 - Relays 151 through 154

There will only be one award schedule for the Off-Duty Sidearm
Championship. Competitors have the choice to compete using a revolver or
semi-automatic pistol meeting PPC Rule Section 3.8 or 3.9. If you compete
with a revolver, then your Stock Duty Gun Division Revolver Classification
will be used. If you compete with a semi-automatic pistol, then your Stock
Duty Gun Division Semi-automatic Pistol Classification will be used. Officers
will be placed on the awards schedule according to their firearm
classification. Keep this firearm choice in mind as it may affect your
Individual Service Pistol Aggregate and Special Aggregate scores.
Please note that competitors MUST declare, in advance, the type of firearm
they will compete with (revolver or semi-automatic pistol). This information
MUST be indicated on your NPSC Registration Card.
Course of Fire: 48 rounds. Same course of fire as Match 14



FOUR & TWO OFFICER PRODUCTION SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL
TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
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FOUR & TWO OFFICER STOCK SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL
TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 38 & 39 - Relays 361 through 362 & 371 through 372


NPSC BANQUET AND AWARDS CEREMONY 1900
Last year there were seats for all competitors and their guests but seating
is limited.
Competitors who will be present for the banquet will receive ONE FREE
ticket during Competitor Packet Pick Up.
Additional tickets will be available for purchase for $5.00, beginning
MONDAY September 15
th
after 2 p.m. in the Statistical Office.

You MUST have your ticket with you to attend the banquet.

























W
E
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E
S
D
A
Y
NRA Law Enforcement Division
National Police Shooting Championships

2013 NPSC Grand
Championship Winner
Robert Vadasz of the
United States
Border Patrol




Thursday September 18
th


Statistical Office Opens: 0700



TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP MATCHES CONTINUE


FOUR & TWO OFFICER OPEN CLASS REVOLVER TEAM
CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 30 & 31 - Relays 301 through 302 and 311 through 312


FOUR & TWO OFFICER OPEN CLASS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL
TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 32 & 33 - Relays 321 through 322 and 331 through 332


WORLD FOUR OFFICER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 34 - Unfired

Entry Fee: N/A
Open To: The highest scoring U.S. Open Class Four Officer Team and a
maximum of one Four Officer Team representing each non-U.S.
country.
Scores Used: The highest team scores from the Open Class Revolver
and Semi-Automatic Four Officer Team Matches will be
used. Eligible teams will be ranked from highest to lowest.

WORLD TWO OFFICER TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 35 - Unfired
Entry Fee: N/A
Open To: The highest scoring U.S. Open Class Two Officer Team and a
maximum of one Two Officer Team representing each non-U.S.
country.
Scores Used: The highest team scores from the Open Class Revolver and
Semi-Automatic Two Officer Team Matches will be used.
Eligible teams will be ranked from highest to lowest.





NRA Law Enforcement Division
National Police Shooting Championships

T
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U
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S
D
A
Y





NON FIRED INDIVIDUAL AGGREGATE MATCHES

OPEN CLASS REVOLVER 1500 CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 6

Unfired aggregate of Open Class Revolver Matches 1 thru 5.

OPEN CLASS SEMI-AUTOMATIC PISTOL 1500 CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 13
Unfired aggregate of Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol Matches 8 thru 12.

PRESIDENTS MATCH
Match 19
Unfired aggregate of Distinguished Revolver Match 17 and Distinguished
Semi-Automatic Pistol Match 18. In order to be included in the President’s
Match, you must fire both Matches 17 and 18. This match is FREE to those who
fired these matches. President’s Medallions and Brassards will be awarded to
the top
15 percent of Match 19 Competitors.

INDIVIDUAL SERVICE PISTOL CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 16
Unfired aggregate of Stock Service Revolver Match 7, Stock Semi-Automatic
Pistol Match 14, Off-Duty Sidearm Match 15, Distinguished Revolver Match 17,
Distinguished Semi-Automatic Pistol Match 18 and Production Semi-Automatic
Pistol Match 23.

OPEN CLASS 3000 CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 22
Unfired aggregate of Open Class Revolver Championship 1500 Match 6
Aggregate, and the Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship 1500 Match
13 aggregate.

NPSC GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP
Match 21
Unfired aggregate of Open Class Revolver Championship 1500 Match 6, Open
Class Semi-Automatic Pistol Championship 1500 Match 13, Service Revolver
Match 7, Stock Semi-Automatic Pistol Match 14, Off-Duty Sidearm Match 15,
Distinguished Revolver Match 17, Distinguished Semi-Automatic Pistol Match 18,
Production Semi-Automatic Pistol Match 23 and Law Enforcement Shotgun
Championship Match 20.



NRA Law Enforcement Division
National Police Shooting Championships








































OPEN CLASS
REVOLVER
MATCHES
Match
6
Match
1
Match
2
Match
3
Match
4
Match
5
Law
Enforcement
Shotgun
Championship
Open Class
Revolver
1500
Match
20
Match
22
Open Class
3000
Championship


Match
31
Match
32
Match
33
Match
36
TEAM MATCHES
Two Officer Open
Class Revolver
Four Officer Open Class
Semi-Automatic Pistol
Two Officer Open Class
Semi-Automatic Pistol
Four Officer Stock Service
Semi-Automatic Pistol
National Rifle Association - Law Enforcement Division

National Police Shooting Championship
Match
13
Open Class
Semi-Automatic
Pistol
1500
Match
16
Individual
Service Pistol
Championship
Stock Service Revolver
Stock Service Semi-Automatic
Pistol
Off-Duty Sidearm
Match
7
Match
14
Match
15
Production Semi-Automatic Pistol
Match
23
Match
34
Four Officer World
Two Officer World
Match
35
Match
37
Two Officer Stock Service
Semi-Automatic Pistol
Match
38
Four Officer Production
Semi-Automatic Pistol
Match
39
Two Officer Production
Semi-Automatic Pistol
Match
30
Four Officer Open
Class Revolver
Match
8
Match
9
Match
10
Match
11
Match
12
OPEN CLASS
SEMI-AUTOMATIC
PISTOL MATCHES
Match
18
Match
17
Distinguished Revolver
Distinguished Semi-Automatic Pistol
Match
19
President’s Match
Match
21
NPSC
Grand
Championship





Saturday Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
September 13 September 14 September 15 September 16 September 17 September 18
New Mexico
Challenge
Special Fun Match for
Non-Classified New
Mexico new shooters.

Statistical
Office Opens
Competitor Packet Pick
Up @ 1000
NPSC Opening
Ceremonies
NPSC Handgun Range
0730
Open Class
Revolver
1500 Match Relays
Shotgun
Match Relays
LAST DAY
8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Final Award and
Firearm Pick Up
From Awards Office
0700 ~ 1300

NRA
Tactical Police
Competition Event
Day 1
NPSC
Practice
Match
Open Class
Semi-Automatic
Pistol
1500 Match Relays

Distinguished
Revolver
Match Relays
Production
Semi-Automatic
Pistol
Match Relays
Open Class
Revolver Two &
Four Officer Team
Match Relays
Tuition Free
Armorer Schools

(Hotel)
Shotgun
Match
Relays Begin
9:00 am to 4:30 pm
Distinguished
Semi-Automatic
Pistol Match Relays

Stock Service
Revolver
Match Relays
Stock Off Duty
Sidearm
Match Relays
Open Class
Semi-Automatic
Four & Two Officer
Team Match
Relays

Law
Enforcement
Exposition Hall
Opens
Stock
Semi-Automatic
Pistol
Match Relays
Shotgun
Match Relays
Continue
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Production
Semi-Automatic
Two & Four Officer
Team Match
Relays
Team
Awards
Ceremony

NRA
Tactical Police
Competition Event
Day 2
Shotgun
Match Relays
Continue
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Law
Enforcement
Exposition Hall
~ Last Day ~
NPSC Banquet
&
Awards Ceremony


Law
Enforcement
Exposition Hall
Open





2014 National Police Shooting Championships
Quick View Schedule

Tentative Assigned Relays & Times

To help shooters plan their day we will be using assigned relay numbers and times
for each match except the Law Enforcement Shotgun Championship Match.
Final times, the number of relays, and relay numbers will not be determined until
registration numbers are determined and may change during the Tournament
because of re-fires, weather, or other issues. So make sure you pay attention to
any relay announcements made over the public address system or that may be
posted around the NPSC buildings.
The relay number format is based on the match being fired and the relay number
within the match. The first one or two numbers are the match number and the last
number is the assigned relay for that match.
Examples:
 Relay 133 is Championship Match 13, the Open Class Semi-Automatic Pistol
1500 Championship and is for the third relay for that match.
 Relay 71 is for Championship Match 7, the Stock Service Revolver Championship
match and is for the first relay.
 Relay 312 would be for relay two of Match 31, the Two Officer Open Class
Revolver Team Championship.




























Relay
Start
Time
Day / Match
Monday September 15
th

131 0800 Open Class Semi-Auto 1500 1
132 0920 Open Class Semi-Auto 1500 2
133 1025 Open Class Semi-Auto 1500 3
134 1130 Open Class Semi-Auto 1500 4
181 1235 Distinguished Semi-Auto 1
182 1310 Distinguished Semi-Auto 2
183 1345 Distinguished Semi-Auto 3
184 1420 Distinguished Semi-Auto 4
141 1455 Stock Service Semi-Auto Pistol 1
142 1530 Stock Service Semi-Auto Pistol 2
143 1605 Stock Service Semi-Auto Pistol 3
144 1640 Stock Service Semi-Auto Pistol 4
Tuesday September 16
th

61 0800 Open Class Revolver 1500 1
62 0905 Open Class Revolver 1500 2
63 1010 Open Class Revolver 1500 3
64 1115 Open Class Revolver 1500 4
171 1200 Distinguished Revolver 1
172 1245 Distinguished Revolver 2
173 1330 Distinguished Revolver 3
174 1415 Distinguished Revolver 4
71 1450 Stock Service Revolver 1
72 1525 Stock Service Revolver 2
73 1600 Stock Service Revolver 3
74 1635 Stock Service Revolver 4

Relay
Start
Time
Day / Match
Wednesday September 17
th

231 0800 Production Semi-Auto Pistol 1
232 0835 Production Semi-Auto Pistol 2
233 0910 Production Semi-Auto Pistol 3
234 0945 Production Semi-Auto Pistol 4
151 1020 Off Duty Sidearm 1
152 1055 Off Duty Sidearm 2
153 1130 Off Duty Sidearm 3
154 1205 Off Duty Sidearm 4
381
391
1240
Production Semi-Auto Pistol
Two and Four Officer Team 1
382
392
1330
Production Semi-Auto Pistol
Two and Four Officer Team 2
361
371
1420
Stock Service Semi-Auto Pistol
Two and Four Officer Team 1
362
372
1510
Stock Service Semi-Auto Pistol
Two and Four Officer Team 2
Thursday September 18
th

301
311
0800
Open Class Revolver
Two & Four Officer Team 1
302
312
0900
Open Class Revolver
Two & Four Officer Team 2
321
331
1000
Open Class Semi-Automatic
Two & Four Officer Team 1
322
332
1100
Open Class Semi-Automatic
Two & Four Officer Team 2




























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