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Skeet Shooting Review is the official magazine of the National Skeet Shooting Association. It is published monthly, except semi-monthly in March. No other magazine dedicated exclusively to Skeet shooting enjoys a larger circulation. SSR is included in the membership of NSSA members and is also available for subscription to non-members.

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Some New Year’s Resolutions You Can Keep Some New Year’s Resolutions You Can Keep

It’s that time of year again — time to think about New Year’s resolutions and perhaps even sticking to them this year! Here are a few to ponder: How about a commitment to introduce at least two new shooters to the skeet game by the end of April? What an opportunity to give back, support the game, and have a lot of fun in the process. Another resolution might be to encourage ready, willing, and able shooters to take the next step and participate... [more...]


Welcome to 41 New NSSA Life Members Welcome to 41 New NSSA Life Members

NSSA extends a hearty welcome to 41 new NSSA Life Members who are joining our 9,070 existing Life Members. Congratulations and welcome – you’re in great company! Our new Life Members are: William Bergeron, Jr. – Eagle River, AK Hiliary Henderson IV – Birmingham, AL Bill Miller – Texarkana, AR David Hines – Bakersfield, CA Ralph Puglia - West Haven, CT Gregory Duda – Pensacola, FL Dennis Miller – Fort Walton... [more...]


NSSA Class Card Corrections NSSA Class Card Corrections

It’s important that your classification card accurately reflects your shoot records and other information. If you happen to find errors in your card, we want to help you get them corrected. Here’s what you should do: If a shoot is incorrectly reported, or not reported at all, the host club must report the change to us. Start by contacting the club about making corrections in what they have reported to NSSA. The club must submit changes to NSSA... [more...]


Meet Your New President: Jack Tans Meet Your New President: Jack Tans

As anyone who knows NSSA’s new President, John “Jack” Tans of Waukesha, Wisconsin, can attest, he can best be described as a man of integrity and professionalism, qualities that will make him an excellent president. Jack retired 10 years ago from commercial banking, but the position of NSSA president is a culmination of his business work over the past 40 years, plus the crown from his service on the Executive Committee. Jack began his two-year... [more...]


The Wedding on Field 8 The Wedding on Field 8

We can’t say for sure there had never before been a wedding at a World Skeet Championships, but we know there was one on Sunday, September 28 on Field 8 at 6:00 p.m. Skeet referees Vickie Hoffman and Allen Cline were married in the place that made the most sense to them, on a skeet field. After all, they had met at skeet, had their first date after refereeing together, and all their friends, whom they consider extended family, are skeet shooters.... [more...]


Paxton’s Pointers: Lens Color Paxton’s Pointers: Lens Color

Shooters often ask which lens color they need for their shooting glasses and how to know when a specific color is needed. There are many opinions on the subject; in this video, World Champion skeet shooter Robert Paxton offers a rule of thumb he uses to decide on lens color. Video by Gene Stewart  Read More →


Congrats to World Shoot Survey Winners Congrats to World Shoot Survey Winners

Congratulations to seven NSSA members who participated in our World Skeet Championships follow-up survey and were drawn as prize winners. The winners are: Randy Brownlee (MS) Browning knife Clark Hartness (MS) Browning knife Paul Kvasnicka (VA) 4 rounds skeet practice during 2015 Mini or World Shoot E. Wayne Tanner (LA) 4 rounds skeet practice during 2015 Mini or World Shoot Donna Miller (TX) 1 flat 12 ga. ammo (no paper) during 2015... [more...]


NSC Toy Drive for Ronald McDonald Houses NSC Toy Drive for Ronald McDonald Houses

For the month of November, the National Shooting Complex will be collecting donations of toys, books, and other small gifts for the benefit of the Ronald McDonald Houses in San Antonio. We will have two collection areas: one in the club house and one in the office building. Our shooting guests who donate will receive a coupon for a 10% discount on all pro shop purchases except ammunition. Donations most needed are for kids age 12 and under, but teens... [more...]


Congratulations to Gun Drawing Winner Congratulations to Gun Drawing Winner

Congratulations to Christine Fox, NSSA member from West Virginia, on being drawn as the winner of a Winchester SXP Pump shotgun in our annual Target Talk quiz gun drawing. Christine is a regular participant in our bi-weekly quizzes and received a gun drawing entry for each time; it was her second entry of the year that was drawn as the winner. Christine happens to be one of our members who is spreading the good news about our sport to new shooters.... [more...]


Paxton’s Pointers: Shooting Advice Paxton’s Pointers: Shooting Advice

Is it possible to get too much advice on improving your skeet shooting? Yes, says World Champion skeet shooter, Robert Paxton. Here is one piece of advice you should take.  Read More →