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Skeet Shooting Review


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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    If you are not an NSSA member, you can enjoy monthly issues of SSR or purchase back issues.
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Jason Ward Wins Blaser Classic Jason Ward Wins Blaser Classic

Jason Ward is the 2015 Blaser Skeet Classic Champion, winning the HOA title at last weekend’s annual event at the National Shooting Complex. Ward shot a 399×400 to earn the Blaser championship. Paul Giambrone III was runner-up at 398, and John Castillo finished third with a score of 398. Rebecca McCumber was the top Lady at 394. View our video playlist of event shoot-offs Event winners include: HOA Champion Jason Ward (399) ... [more...]


Tickets on Sale for Krieghoff K-80 Raffle Tickets on Sale for Krieghoff K-80 Raffle

You can have a one in 460 chance of being drawn as the winner of a Krieghoff K-80 Gold Uplander shotgun at the 2015 National Sporting Clays Championship. Tickets are being sold for the annual raffle, and one lucky winner’s ticket will be worth $23,395. The shotgun is being donated by Krieghoff International. Tickets for the raffle are $100 each, and sales will be limited to only 460 tickets. The winner will be drawn during the National Sporting... [more...]


Susie Fluckiger Retires From NSSA Susie Fluckiger Retires From NSSA

Susie Fluckiger has been the editor and face of Skeet Shooting Review magazine for the last 26 years, but last Friday was sadly Susie’s last day with the National Skeet Shooting Association. With the retirement of her husband, they decided to make a move to Wyoming to enjoy their retirement years. NSSA Executive Director Michael Hampton, Jr. said, “Susie was more than the editor; she was the life-blood of the SSR for the last 26 years. She was... [more...]


NSSA Smartphone App Is Updated NSSA Smartphone App Is Updated

NSSA’s app for smartphones and tablets has gotten an update. If your device doesn’t automatically update the app, you should download the updated version 1.1 for some enhancements. The app is available in the Apple and Google app stores for Android devices, iPhone, and iPad. It offers the functions you need to manage your shooter’s profile, find a club, look up events, follow points races, and more. You can download the NSSA app directly from... [more...]


Review 2015 Records Annual Online Review 2015 Records Annual Online

The 2015 NSSA Records Annual, based on the 2014 shoot year, has now been compiled and is posted online. The entire 263-page publication can be viewed on our website in a flipbook format. The printed version of the Records Annual will be published next month, but in the meantime, you will be able to review the posted version and provide any corrections needed. Members have until Friday, April 3 to review the Records Annual and notify us of any errors... [more...]


NSSA Life Member Guy McMurray NSSA Life Member Guy McMurray

NSSA Life Member Guy P. McMurray, age 93, of Asheboro, NC died Sunday, March 8, 2015 at Randolph Hospice House. Guy joined NSSA in 1969. Guy was born in Chicago in 1921. He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1942 and served in both WWII and Korea, receiving multiple decorations, including the Silver and Bronze Stars and Purple Hearts. After 22 years of service, he retired as a Lt. Colonel. In addition to shooting skeet, Guy enjoyed tennis, racing sports... [more...]


Rollyn “Ronnie” Tolleson Obituary Rollyn “Ronnie” Tolleson Obituary

We are sorry to report the death of longtime NSSA and TSSA Life Member Rollyn “Ronnie” Tolleson of Universal City, Texas. Ronnie passed away February 25, 2015 at 78 years of age. He was a lifelong resident of the San Antonio area and retired from San Antonio City Public Service. He was a fixture at Randolph Skeet and Trap Range and known to always lend a helping hand. NSSA extends its sincere condolences to Ronnie’s family and... [more...]


Welcome to New Life Members Welcome to New Life Members

NSSA wishes to recognize nine members who upgraded their status to Life Member during February. We appreciate the dedication and commitment of our Life Members and welcome these who have most recently taken this step. James Nierzwick – Lapeer, MI Mario Quesnel – Quebec, Canada Rick Elbanna – Milltown, NJ Carl P. Mangee – Venice, FL Michael J. Lohmeyer – Henderson, NV John J. Hale – Jacksonville, FL David R. Hough... [more...]


Employment Opportunity at NSC Employment Opportunity at NSC

The National Shooting Complex is seeking the right candidate for an entry level manager. This position will be involved in all aspects of event promotion, preparation, and implementation and other duties relative to operations. The candidate should have the following qualifications: Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent Strong customer service background and/or skills Good oral and written communication skills Self-motivation and confidence... [more...]


Update Email Address for Member Benefits, Elections Update Email Address for Member Benefits, Elections

This year, NSSA-NSCA will be implementing an important change in how our elections are conducted; they will be conducted electronically rather than with paper ballots. That means we will send you a link to your ballot by email rather than printing and mailing you a ballot. Conducting elections by electronic ballot will save a significant amount of resources — both personnel time and money spent on printing and postage — and it will allow... [more...]