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Skeet Shooting Review is the official magazine of the National Skeet Shooting Association and is published monthly. 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. Submit any materials to be considered for publication to ssr@nssa-nsca.com.

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Reminder: Director Nominations Due Soon Reminder: Director Nominations Due Soon

Nominations close on April 30 for 2017 – 2018 NSSA National Directors, and there are no candidates as yet for many of the positions to be filled. While candidates for all Director positions are welcomed through the deadline, we especially urge members to consider running for positions in these states where there were no candidates as of April 18: Arkansas, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Massachusetts, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York,... [more...]


Help Tulsa Gun Club Tornado Recovery Help Tulsa Gun Club Tornado Recovery

Tulsa Gun Club was hit by a tornado on March 30, destroying or severely damaging the club house, skeet houses, field shelters, traps, and other structures. The club is raising funds to help in the rebuilding, and skeet friends all over the country are pitching in to help. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.3";... [more...]


Clubs: Free Range Safety Officer Course Clubs: Free Range Safety Officer Course

NSSA and NSCA are offering member clubs a free staff training course for the first 20 clubs that volunteer to host one of the associations’ newest course offerings, the Club Range Safety Officer (CRSO) Certification Course.  This one-time opportunity is being offered and fully funded by the NSSA and NSCA to promote the launch of the new Club Range Safety Officer Certification Course. The purpose of the new eight-hour $175 course is to train... [more...]


One More Chance for Blaser Shoot Items One More Chance for Blaser Shoot Items

If you couldn’t attend the Blaser Skeet Classic or simply want to purchase some new gear, we have limited quantities of the merchandise from the Blaser Shoot available. We have a selection of two different hats and two different t-shirts.     One hat is khaki with a camo bill, while the other is stone trimmed in khaki. Hats are $14.00 each. T-shirts are olive green with khaki logos or khaki with olive. T-shirts are also $14.00... [more...]


NSSA-NSCA Auctioning Prints April 5 NSSA-NSCA Auctioning Prints April 5

NSSA-NSCA will be auctioning a collection of donated art prints through Main St. Mining Co. on April 5. The collection was donated many years ago by the late Jim Durham, who served as NSSA president in 1996-1998. The auction will also present a special opportunity for our members to receive a special print by Todd Bender. Members who purchase one of the auctioned pieces will receive a signed and numbered print depicting the 1983 World Championship... [more...]


Josh Poole Wins Blaser Skeet Classic Josh Poole Wins Blaser Skeet Classic

The Blaser Skeet Classic, the first major NSSA shoot of the year, wrapped up Sunday evening, March 20, at the National Shooting Complex. Shooters found the targets to be excellent, even with a little added difficulty from a slight breeze on Friday and Saturday. NSSA reports a higher turnout for junior, collegiate, and new shooters at the Blaser than in year’s past. Josh Poole‘s score of 399 won the HOA title outright, a two-target edge over... [more...]


NSSA Rules Master, King Heiple, Passes NSSA Rules Master, King Heiple, Passes

King Heiple We at NSSA are very sad to report that Dr. Kingsbury “King” Heiple, well-known to virtually all NSSA members through his writing about skeet rules, passed away on March 13 of a cerebral aneurysm. He was 88. For many years, Heiple was a monthly columnist in Skeet Shooting Review, penning a skeet column in which he answered members’ questions about skeet rules. With the retirement of that magazine and launch of Clay Target... [more...]


Buy Your Krieghoff K-80 Raffle Tickets Buy Your Krieghoff K-80 Raffle Tickets

Tickets for the annual Krieghoff K-80 raffle are now available, with proceeds benefiting the NSSA and NSCA All-American programs and the NSCA USA Sporting Clays Team. This year’s gun donated by Krieghoff is a K-80 Highland Game Scene II, with the winner’s choice of a Pro-Sporter or Standard Sporter with 30- or 32-inch barrels. Retail value is $30,395, and only 600 tickets will be sold at $100 each. The winner will be drawn at the National... [more...]


Redeem Your Rewards Points in March Redeem Your Rewards Points in March

It’s time to redeem the Shooting for Rewards points you’ve been earning for shooting registered targets! The redemption period is open throughout the month of March, and you have some new options available to redeem points for upcoming events. New for this redemption period are the options of a free round of skeet practice at the 2016 Junior World Skeet Championship or 2016 Krieghoff Masters, both at Forest City Gun Club. You can also... [more...]


Order Eye/Ear Safety Signs for Ranges Order Eye/Ear Safety Signs for Ranges

Help keep shooters at your range safer by posting these red safety signs on the property, reminding everyone that eye and ear protection are needed at all times. The signs are being sold by NSSA-NSCA for $5.00 each, plus shipping. Printed on durable PVC plastic, the 12×8-inch signs will withstand weather conditions and last for years. Thanks to Laporte Traps who donated the safety signs to NSSA-NSCA. To order, contact Lori Hartmann, NSCA Club... [more...]