‘Top Shot’ gunslinging competition final 10 contestant is a Queens Supreme Court officer – A Queens court officer has a shot at bagging the top prize in a reality TV competition for sharpshooters.  Queens Supreme Court Officer Michael Marelli’s pistol prowess got him a spot on “Top Shot,” a History Channel reality competition where 16 gunslingers battle for a $100,000 prize.  Marelli was so confident in his shooting abilities, which earned him state awards for shotgun shooting, he took six weeks’ unpaid vacation.  “I was in the show as a New York State court officer – there’s a lot of pressure on my shoulders,” said Marelli, 28, who has never drawn his gun in four years at work.