“DETROIT COP WHO COPPED CAMP PERRY PISTOL TROPHY.
Camp Perry, Ohio….. Detective James Parks, Detroit Policeman, who was the winner of the Pangrish Trophy at the national rifle and pistol matches which were held there. Policemen from 43 cities competed in the contest. 9-1-30”
“MARINE RAIDERS LEARN A NEW FIGHTING STANCE — Crouched to make them a smaller target, members of one of the new Marine “Marine Raiders” practice the new stance on the automatic pistol target range. (See Wire Story) Aug 25 1942”
“Oak Park Trust and Savings Bank Revolver Club – Members of the Oak Park Trust and Savings Bank Revolver Club have won three of their last four meets, according to C. D. Seftenberg, Vice President and trust officer, who is in charge of the club. In the photo are: First – L. J. Smith, A. Conklin, G. Oliver, S. Carne and O. Kilgore. Second – Mr. Seftenberg, trust officer, H. Dubbs, M. White and F. Whitcher. Absent, Paul Ware. The team has been organized since 1936 and it now shoots under regulations of the National Rifle and Pistol Association. It is a uniformed team, outfits having been designed in cooperation with Willard W. Cole, Jr., manager of The Hub – Thursday, August 11, 1938”
“E. L. Nelson, war veteran, now a city detective has invented a new device which loads a six shooter in between two and three seconds. Det. Nelson reports keen interest in his invention from fellow police officers. JUN 12 1927”