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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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Improvement Projects Ongoing at NSC Improvement Projects Ongoing at NSC

NSC guests who use the RV park will find much improved connectivity when the water improvement project is complete.We’re listening … We always have property improvement projects underway at the National Shooting Complex, and our current projects are in response to the feedback of those who have visited. To better serve the many shooters who stay in our RV park during events, we have undertaken a campground water improvement project. Our... [more...]


Submit Nominations for Ray Boller Award Submit Nominations for Ray Boller Award

Nominations are now open for the 2015 Ray Boller Memorial Award, presented annually to an individual who has been a major contributor to skeet shooting and the NSSA in ways other than for their shooting skills. The Ray Boller Award recipient is selected based on sustained contributions to the promotion of skeet at the local, State, Zone and National levels. The award is named in honor of one of NSSA’s former presidents, Mr. Ray E. Boller, who... [more...]


World Vintage Skeet Shoot, March 12-15 World Vintage Skeet Shoot, March 12-15

This is your invitation to get away from Old Man Winter by attending the NSSA’s 15th World Vintage Skeet Championships, March 12-15. Vintage Skeet is the game that was shot at our first World Shoot in 1935. Just picture our current skeet targets and shooting station sequences, but shot with a variable delayed target release of 0-3 seconds, and the gun couldn’t be mounted until the target emerged from the house! This was the original version of... [more...]


HQ Problems with Telephone System HQ Problems with Telephone System

Headquarters has been experiencing some telephone system issues this week, and you may have had trouble reaching us. We have notified our provider of this problem, and they are in the process of troubleshooting and repairing. If you are attempting to reach someone at headquarters and cannot get through, please try again or email us. Thank you for your patience. We apologize for any inconvenience.  Read More →


Win Jr. World Entry in Kolar Youth Challenge Win Jr. World Entry in Kolar Youth Challenge

Youth shooters will have the opportunity to win entry fees for the 2015 Junior World Skeet Championships, and one person will even win a new Kolar Max Skeet shotgun valued at $13,395 through the 2015 Kolar Youth Challenge. Through the program, base entry fees will be paid for the top 10 shooters in all three concurrents — Sub-Junior, Junior, and Collegiate — based on NSSA All-American points as of July 15, 2015. Since there is no concurrent... [more...]


Mary Masch Retires Mary Masch Retires

Mary A. Masch has retired from the association after serving as NSSA Membership Secretary for the past 23 years. Mary began working with the National Skeet Shooting Association on May 7, 1991, and since then, she has answered many thousands of questions from members, assisted them with countless needs, and generally made sure that members’ problems were solved and their records correct — all with a smile. “Mary is a great person... [more...]


Life Member Tony Kelley Passes Life Member Tony Kelley Passes

Tony Kelley, longtime Life Member of NSSA-NSCA from Jamaica, passed away the week before Christmas after a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 89. Tony was an active registered skeet competitor for over 40 years in Jamaica, Florida, Zone 4, and at the World Shoot, his specialty in skeet being the .410. He shot many 100 straights with the .410 even into his later years. Tony and his wife Patsy also embraced sporting clays, and over the past 20+ years,... [more...]


Toni Ann Rogers Steen Obituary Toni Ann Rogers Steen Obituary

We are saddened to report that Toni Ann Rogers Steen, a well-known skeet shooter, shoot host, and promoter of the sport, passed away on December 20, 2014 at a hospital in Dallas following a short illness. Toni was born in Oklahoma City on August 28, 1946, but was a lifelong Dallas resident. With her vivacious, engaging personality, Toni endeared herself to everyone she met. Although she was petite in stature, she had an exuberant presence that filled... [more...]


MS Launches Multi-Club Shooting Event MS Launches Multi-Club Shooting Event

On December 6-7, the Mississippi Skeet Shooting Association (MSSA) held its first two 200-target events of the 2015 skeet season. While there is nothing new about one-day, 200-target shoots, these events were hosted simultaneously at multiple clubs across the state. On Saturday, December 6, the Coast Rifle and Pistol Club near Biloxi, the Starkville Gun Club in Starkville, and the Whitetail Ridge Gun Club near Tupelo each hosted shooters for a single... [more...]


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...]