Announces the 2012 Law Enforcement Shooting Stars Tournament has announced the 2012 Law Enforcement Shooting Stars Tournament. The $80,000 tournament will be held this summer at four different locations throughout the country.

Showcasing top shooters from law enforcement agencies throughout the country, the Law Enforcement Shooting Stars Tournament is divided into four regions. The top shooter from each region will receive a prize of $15,000 and have the opportunity to win a $5,000 bonus prize! A portion of the proceeds raised from registration for the event will be donated to charitable organization such as the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund. Participation is expected from law enforcement agencies at every level.

The Northeastern Region will be competing at the SIG SAUER Academy in Epping, NH July 7-8, 2012. The Southeastern Region will be competing at Rock Castle Shooting Center Aug. 11-12, 2012. The Middlewestern Region will be competing at Heartland Shooting Park in Grand Isle, NE Aug. 25-26, 2012. The Northwestern Region will be competing at US Shooting Academy in Tulsa, OK Sept. 15-16, 2012.

Tournament sponsor,, has created the following video to introduce the tournament:

For updates, stay tuned to For more information or registration dates for the 2012 Law Enforcement Shooting Stars Tournament check out the tournament’s page at For all breaking gun news, keep browsing’s news feeds.

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