Team EOTAC’s Robert Vogel won the Enhanced Service Pistol title while posting the fastest time of the match at the 2010 Smith & Wesson IDPA Indoor Nationals held February 25-27 in Springfield, Mass., at the Smith & Wesson Shooting Sports Center.

Vogel, who is a law enforcement officer in Wapakoneta, Ohio, came away with a score of 144.85. Vogel beat Team Glock’s Dave Sevigny, winner of Stock Service Pistol, by 22.32 points, making this the third year in a row Vogel has finished ahead of Sevigny for the top score of the match. Vogel also won the High Law Enforcement title.

The Smith & Wesson IPDA Indoor Nationals has become one of the most popular matches on the IDPA schedule. This year Vogel’s fellow Team EOTAC teammate Mark Redl shot the match and Team EOTAC’s Team Captain was the Range Master and Sponsor Coordinator for the match.

Mark Redl competed in the CDP division and ended the match six spots out of first to secure 5th Master with a score of 231.86.

“I am extremely proud of Bob Vogel’s performance at the Indoor Nationals. It’s not easy being a full time police officer and getting the time off to compete in our shooting sports. Vogel continues to show just how dedicated he is to our shooting sports community and how talented he is as a shooter. He is an excellent role model for those getting into IDPA and the shooting sports as a whole,” said Fernando Coelho of EOTAC.

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