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Skeet Shooting Tests Marksmanship
from Virginia Business
BusinessFor some executives, escaping the business world means grabbing a bag of clubs and heading outdoors for several hours of chasing a little white ball and shooting the breeze with buddies. For Doug Downer, escape comes with grabbing a shotgun and heading outdoors for several hours of shooting little clay targets and, yes, shooting the breeze with buddies. More

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National Shooting Complex – List of Preferred Hotels
from NSSA
If you planning a trip to San Antonio to compete at the National Shooting Complex (NSC) for events like the Toni Ann Rogers Extravaganza, the World English Sporting Clays Championship, the Southwest Grand or the World Skeet Shooting Championships, you may be interested in knowing that the NSC maintains a list of Preferred Hotels in reasonably close proximity to our location. Please see the announcement on www.mynssa.com for further details. More

2008 Year-End Review
from NSCA
The National Sporting Clays Association presents the 2008 End of Year Review. This report containsstats and data about 2008 membership, targets and clubs. Be sure to check it out today! More

2009 Team USA
from NSCA
This year the teams are posting some what differently. Each team is listed with 10 shooters with a ranking of 1 to 10. Headquarters will send a Team USA agreement contract to the top 5 ranked Sporting shooters and the top 4 ranked FITASC shooters. In addition a contract will be sent to the Alternates on each team ie, the 6th ranked Sporting shooter and the 5th ranked FITASC shooter. On the Ladies, Veterans, Super Veterans and Junior Sporting & FITASC Teams a contract will be sent to the top 3 ranked shooters on each team and the 4th ranked shooter, the Alternate. If anyone declines their spot the next highest ranked shooter will move up. Once all the contracts are signed and returned to headquarters the teams and one Alternate will be posted. More

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Ironman Shooting League Keeps on Rolling
from the North Platte Telegraph
It may be the most unique shooting league in the country. It is called the Ironman League (after the Ironman Triathlon series) and it may be the ultimate shooting skills test. Participants shoot trap, handicap-trap, wobble trap, skeet, wobble skeet, sporting clays and five-stand venues. Ironman participants have shot in sleet, near white-out blizzard conditions, high winds and bone chilling cold. If you can finish up this league shooting better than 50 percent, you can call yourself a shotgunner. More

Providing Young People a Fun and Hands-on Approach to Shooting
from the Cumberland Times
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is partnering with local conservation groups to present the first-annual Western Maryland Junior Hunter Field Day on April 4. State and local conservationists will give youth interested in hunting, trapping and wildlife management the opportunity to learn about shooting sports — including air-rifles, archery and sporting clays — while being mentored by certified instructors. More

Texas High School’s Air Rifle Team Places Second at National Event
from the Killeen Daily Herald
A five-member team of high school students from Killeen, Texas, recently took part in the U.S. Army National Air Rifle Championships in Camp Perry, Ohio, overcoming teams from across the United States and Europe to pull off the surprise second-place finish. The Roos took a huge step to enter national prominence in air rifle competition. More

Obama Should not Reinstate Assault Weapon Ban, Gun Enthusiasts Assert
from the Los Angeles Times
U.S. Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder said during a news conference last week that the Obama administration ought to consider renewing a 10-year ban that expired five years ago. Naturally, hunters, target shooters, general gun enthusiasts and supporters of the 2nd Amendment cringed. Many countered that the ban did not reduce crime in the U.S. and that any spike since the expiration cannot be attributed to the resumed sale of semiautomatic weapons to private citizens. More





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