Representatives of the Kamrat security agency attended a thematic mini-match on shooting a traumatic pistol, which took place at the Donetsk Law Institute on the eve of Valentine's Day, and congratulated the winners of the competition.

Organized by the teachers of the Department of Special Disciplines and Professional Training, the competition continued the cycle of events dedicated to the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Donetsk Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine. Applicants and applicants for higher education DYUI were invited to participate; police officers of the territorial divisions of Kryvyi Rih and persons who have the appropriate permission for the right to own a traumatic pistol. In total, eight teams of two participants, male and female, came to compete for the title of the most virtuoso shooters.

The mini-match consisted of three exercises: one team and two personal. The first, male, exercise with the playful title "Darling, I bring you a present" was that the shooter had to, holding the "present" in his hand, hit seven targets with two shots in random order. The position of the shooter at the time of the timer signal is standing facing the targets in front of the table, on which there is an unloaded pistol and magazines. The women were also supposed to hit the same targets twice, but in a slightly different scenario: from a sitting position at the table facing the targets, palms of their hands on their knees, an unloaded pistol and additional magazines lying on the table covered with a napkin. At the signal of the timer, the shooter must hit six targets in random order, twice each. 

The final exercise "Beloved (beloved), cover me" was performed simultaneously by two team members, who, according to the timer signal, had to hit 16 targets twice. The peculiarity of the exercise was that one of the partners could help hit the targets to the other - thus reducing the time for the exercise.


The championship was taken by the representative of the NGO "RunnigAtmosphere" Roman Pinchuk and the fourth year student of the Youth Sports School Anastasia Ustinova. The second place was taken by a pair of policemen from the patrol police regiment Andrey Goloshenko and Violetta Voloshyna. And our Taras Storozhik, together with a second-year student of the Youth Sports Institute Tatyana Doroshenko, received the "bronze". The winners received commemorative medals, gift certificates from the armed Shooter store and warm blankets from the partner of the Federation of Dnepropetrovsk Oblast Bodyguards, the Kamrat security agency.