Kyle Sumpter
 Personal information

Kent, WA


Police Commander

 Competition information

Season Four
Season Five


Red Team
Green Team


5th (Season 4)
13th (Season 5)

Episode eliminated

Have Machine Gun Will Travel (Season 4)
Crank Trigger (Season 5)

"I would like to be known as the harmless, old guy. But I'm the silent assassin who sends them home one at a time."
Kyle Sumpter[src]

Kyle Sumpter was a contestant of Top Shot that participated in Season Four and Season Five.

During Season Four, Kyle was originally a member of the Red Team, but became part of the Green Team during the last half of the competition. Kyle was eliminated during Week Eleven, after losing an Elimination Challenge against Augie Malekovich.

Kyle was brought back for Season Five, but he was eliminated during Week Four after losing an Elimination Challenge against Jamie Franks.

Personal life

Kyle Sumpter is a police commander from Kent, Washington. He has 20 years of law enforcement experience, including 12 on a SWAT team. He has won several Washington State IDPA and Steel Championships, competing with only police service weapons.

Top Shot: Season 4


Kyle Sumpter's Season Four promotional picture

Week One

Week Two

Week Three

Week Four

Week Five

Week Six

Week Seven

Week Eight

Week Nine

Week Ten

Week Eleven


According to Behind the Bullet, Kyle has been running lethal force and firearms training courses.

Top Shot: Season 5

In 2013, it was announced that Kyle would be a contestant in Season Five, Top Shot All-Stars.

Week One

In the episode Best of the Best, Kyle was sent to the proving ground. However, he managed to stay safe this round.

Week Two

Kyle was sent to the elimination competition against Blake Miguez. After a tie-breaker involving shooting a gumball off a peg with the Volquartsen Ruger 10/22, Kyle defeated Blake and remained safe.

Week Three

Week Four

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