By Lars Dalseide | February 9 2012 08:16

Wade running through an NRA Tactical Police Competition course in San Antonio In less then ten days time, NRA's first Tactical Police Competition (TPC) of the 2012 season will open at the Long Range Alley Gun Club in Grand Cane, Louisiana. The first of seven scheduled for the year, the Long Range Alley TPC is already filled to the brim … waiting list too. That doesn't necessarily mean you're out of luck. But it does mean that you should sign up for one before it's too late.

On the agenda for the year are TPCs in places like South Carolina, Texas, Oregon and Virginia. So if you're a law enforcement officer (military & private security included) looking to put your training to the test, then you should click on this link and find one today.

"TPCs aren't just about competing," said Law Enforcement Competitions Manager Marc Lipp. "They're about putting your skills to the test and getting in some trigger time. Better to see how you operate in stressful situation here with us then when you're out on the streets."

Competitions are usually limited to around seventy shooters. We'd love to take more, but seventy is typically the amount of people who can make it through the match in a day. If you try to sign up after a competition is full, you can always put your name on the waiting list and hope for the best.

But why wait and hope? Sign up now and ensure your place in one of NRA's Tactical Police Competitions.

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