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April 30, 2014
Duarte Wins Pan Am Championship

Diego Duarte is the 2014 Pan American Sporting Clays Champion, winning a tight race for the HOA spot at last weekend’s event. Michael Coleman was runner-up, Tony Rivera finished third, and Janet McDougall won the Ladies title. The Pan American Championship is open to all NSCA members in North, Central, and South America. It is […]

April 30, 2014

Choke Constriction “How do I know what I’m getting when I buy chokes labeled Modified, Improved Cylinder, etc.? Are choke names and their actual dimensions standardized across all manufacturers?” While I would be happy to answer the question, I’ve never seen a more perfect discussion of this subject than that by Bruce Buck of Shotgun […]

April 16, 2014
Will Fennell Takes Southeast Regional

Will Fennell — a shooter we’re more accustomed to seeing on the FITASC podium — earned top honors last weekend at the Southeast Regional Sporting Clays Championship and Gamaliel Cup, fending off almost 700 shooters in the Main Event. Fennell’s 192 gave him a one-target margin over runner-up Brandon Powell to avoid a shoot-off. Mike […]

April 9, 2014
Miles, Edmunds Top PSCA Standings

Gebben Miles and Desirae Edmunds finished atop the tour standings following the first leg of the 2014 Professional Sporting Clays Pro Tour last weekend at Able’s Gun Club in Huntsville, Texas. Both men and women competed in the professional and amateur categories over two days of aggressive competition. At the completion of the event, Miles […]

April 8, 2014
SCTP Shows Growth in Midwest Regional

Teams from seven states traveled to the World Shooting and Recreational Complex (WSRC) in Sparta, IL last weekend, April 4-6, for the Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) High School and College Regional Tournament, the first major event of the season for most of the shooters. Student athletes from Illinois, Missouri, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Iowa, Indiana, and […]

April 2, 2014
Target Talk Quiz: Shooter’s Position

Last week’s Target Talk quiz results were brutal; almost half of you didn’t know the answer. We’ll give a pass to those of you who shoot sporting clays, since the question was related to skeet, but we still think an evening with the NSSA Rule Book would be well advised. One person who answered correctly […]

March 26, 2014
Hughes Wins Year’s First Regional Title

Brian Hughes won the first leg of the year’s Championship Tour, earning the top title at the South Central Regional last weekend. Gebben Miles finished as runner-up and Cory Kruse at third place. More than 600 shooters vied for the title at Caney Creek Lodge in Teague, Texas. In the North American FITASC event held […]

March 26, 2014
Schmidt Repeats as Blaser Champion

Michael Schmidt is the 2014 Blaser Skeet Classic Champion, winning the HOA title at last weekend’s annual event at the National Shooting Complex. Schmidt shot a perfect 400×400 to earn the Blaser championship for the second consecutive year. Carter Wehrheim was runner-up at 398, and Phillip Poston finished third with a score of 396. Diana […]

March 19, 2014
NSSA Rule Changes Now in Effect

Changes to five NSSA rules have been enacted by the Board of Directors after being recommended by the Rules and Classification Committee at the Annual Meeting, approved by the the Executive Committee, and submitted to Directors for their vote. All of the submitted rules were approved and became effective on March 18, 2014. A summary […]

February 12, 2014
Team USA Race Result Changes

The results from the first NSCA Team USA FITASC qualifier event, the U.S. FITASC Grand Prix held recently at South Florida Shooting Club, have been posted. A few changes have been made in how results are being recorded. The first change is the addition of a new “Senior” concurrent category for males ages 22 – […]

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