2018 NRA National Police Shooting Champion U.S. Border Patrol Agent Robert Vadasz

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -(Ammoland.com)- The world’s best law enforcement and police marksmen once again descended upon Albuquerque, New Mexico, to put their skills to the test in the NRA National Police Shooting Championship Sept. 24-26, and once again, the U.S. Border Patrol’s Robert Vadasz asserted his dominance, winning his 10th championship.

NRA President Oliver North (left) and NRA Law Enforcement Division Director Glen Hoyer (right) congratulate U.S. Border Patrol Agent Robert Vadasz (center) on his victory at the 2018 NRA National Police Shooting Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sept. 26, 2018. Vadasz’s victory marks his ninth consecutive NPSC championship title.

Vadasz, whose victory marks his ninth consecutive NPSC championship, finished this year’s championships with a final score of 2991-226X, improving on his 2017 title-winning score of 2983-218X. El Paso, Texas’ Tony Simmons placed second with his 2972-173X, and fellow Texas Ben Morrow of Alpine rounded out the top three, scoring 2971-189X.

NRA President Oliver North (left) and NRA Law Enforcement Division Director Glen Hoyer (right) present Stefanie Diaz (center) with the High Scoring Woman Award at the 2018 NRA National Police Shooting Championships in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Sept. 26, 2018. Diaz earned her third consecutive High Scoring Woman award at this year’s NPSC.

This year’s High Scoring Woman honors went to Stefanie Diaz of Santa Clarita, California, whose 2956-166X earned her a third consecutive women’s championship. Newcomer Matthew Dagg of Oklahoma City notched High Scoring First Time honors, finishing with a 2928-153X final, and Germany’s Steffen Vogt won the High Scoring International award, tallying a 2947-166X final score.

A complete listing of final results from the 2018 NRA National Police Shooting Championships, as well as results from previous years, is available online at

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