NAGA’s allies at the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturer’s Institute (SAAMI) have information for upland hunters, competitive shooters and other firearms owners who, In the wake of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, are wondering if guns and ammunition submerged by flood waters may be salvaged and safely used. SAAMI, founded … Continued
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The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), a staunch supporter of the North American Gamebird Association and the trade association for the firearms industry, is pleased to announce the launch of its completely redesigned website, www.nssf.org. The all-new home page sports a clean division of assets that both industry members and consumers will find to … Continued
With a record number of teams and athletes registering, attendance at the upcoming 2017 Scholastic Clay Target Programs (SCTP) National Championships is on track to break records in all facets of the tournament and clay target shooting. The national event is scheduled for July 8-15, 2017, in Marengo, Ohio, at the Cardinal Shooting Center located … Continued
NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation® (NSSF®) is pleased to report that its Where To Shoot mobile app has topped 100,000 downloads. The app, which at one point hit No. 4 on the Apple App Store’s list of free sports apps, has been a hit with target shooters and gun owners.
Available for iOS and Android devices, Where To Shoot locates shooting ranges near you.
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Tisma Juett, manager of the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s First Shots introduction-to-shooting program, recently addressed attendees of the North American Gamebird Association 81st Annual Convention and Conference in Kansas City, Mo., on how preserve owners can use First Shots to attract new customers.