Tactical Solutions

Ring Power Tactical Solutions Signs on as Team Northeast Florida Community Partner

Continuing its longstanding history of supporting law enforcement, Ring Power Tactical Solutions, a division of Ring Power Corporation, is pleased to announce it has signed on as a Community Partner of Team Northeast Florida and their second annual St Augustine Cup.

A benevolent group of active and retired law enforcement officers, Team Northeast Florida aims to raise awareness and support of fallen officers, their families, and other officers in need.

The St Augustine Cup Pistol Competition is the flagship fundraising event for the group, who hosts the event in conjunction with Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 113. This year’s Cup will take place on January 14, 2023.

The Rook, custom designed and fabricated by Ring Power Tactical Solutions in St. Augustine, Florida, has been making national news since its launch in 2012. The Rook is built from the chassis of a Cat® Compact Track Loader. Ring Power Tactical Solutions Core values focus on Safety Above all, which is exactly what the Rook provides to law enforcement when they need to respond to a critical incident.

“We are thrilled to sign on as a Community Partner of Team Northeast Florida and support this year’s St. Augustine Cup,” said Ring Power Tactical Solutions Sales Manager Shaun Mitchell. “This event is for such a great cause and aligns perfectly with our mission to support law enforcement, on and off duty.”

About Ring Power Tactical Solutions

Ring Power Tactical Solutions focuses exclusively on serving the needs of local, state, federal law enforcement and military agencies, specializing in equipment to ensure officer safety during emergency situations. The Rook has been successfully utilized in applications ranging from hostage rescues and riot scenes to natural disaster relief.

For additional information, including The Rook product brochure, please visit therook.ringpower.com or call 904-494-1139.

 About The St. Augustine Cup Pistol Competition

Sixty shooters will be divided in 2 divisions, LEO/MIL and Open. The LEO/MIL must shoot from a retention holster and Open can use an open top or Kydex holster. LEO/MIL and Open will shoot the same course of fire and the squads will once again be intermingled so the civilians can interact with the LEO/MIL individuals. This will once again be a no holds barred big boy pistol match.

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