Law Enforcement Honing up Shooting Skills in Competition

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    It's good to see these guys engaging in this. They held it at the private LEO & Military range where civilians go when they are going to shoot a handgun for their concealed permit requirement. I have been there so has the wife, nice range.

    Putnam County officer wins shooting competition
    October 05, 2010 @ 09:35 AM

    CURTIS JOHNSON

    Herald-Dispatch

    HUNTINGTON, WV — The Cabell County Sheriff’s Office has announced winners of its second annual Sheriff’s Cup shooting competition. It was held Saturday at Barboursville Park.

    The overall winner was Harry Teare of the Eleanor Police Department.

    Bullseye first-place honors went to Steve Vincent of the Cabell County Sheriff’s Office. Second place went to Kevin White of the Cabell County Sheriff’s Office, with third place to FBI Special Agent Joe Ciccarelli.

    Vincent also captured first-place honors in the qualification competition. Wayne County Sheriff’s Stafford Poff won second place with third place going to Stuart Swope of the West Virginia State Police.

    Teare won first place in the steel knockdown competition. Second place honors went to Brian Lucas of the Huntington Police Department and third place to Paul Fields of the Cabell County Sheriff’s Office.

    Teare also won the dozier drill. Lucas received second place and Fields scored third.

    Teare also won first place in the dueling tree competition. Todd Veazey, of the Huntington Police Department, received second place.
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