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First Annual Boots Vs. Badges Shoot Off

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The Great Fall Police Department participating in the first ever Boots versus Badges shoot range competition today. The event was thought up by US-s army recruiters as a great challenge for both the Army and Great Falls Police. The shoot is a timed race where the police and military competing are judged on speed and accuracy. The winner is the group with the best time and score.

"What we are doing today is we are going ahead and we are putting on a charity event it's a military and law enforcement event only. Hopefully we'll grow it in the future years. But this is the first annual boots vs badges and all the proceeds from the range fees will go to charity," says Joshua Smith Sergeant 1st class SFC.

This is the first ever Boots vs Badges shoot out competition. According to event coordinators this first shoot out has been a huge success and they plan to bring it back next year. The wining group gets to give their winning proceeds to a charity of their choice.

 

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