National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA)

  • – Created in 1920
    – by Charles Davis and William Harnden Foster
  • Created in Andover, Massachusetts
  • Introduced Nationally in the February 1926
  • 1926 National Skeet Shooting Association formed
    – National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, Texas
  • November 1961 Henry Alcus, proposed the foundation of a NSSA permanent library
  • NSSA/NSCA Museum and Hall of Fame
  • 1973 the NSSA moved from Dallas to its new “permanent” home in San Antonio
  • 1989 the first NSSA/NSCA Museum and Hall of Fame building
  • 2002 construction was started on new museum building

National Skeet Shooting Association is the National Governing Body for NSSA-type skeet shooting in the USA. They promote skeet shooting with 12 gauge, 20 gauge, 28 gauge and 410 gauge shotguns and also host their “World Shoot” each year.

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