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Paul Giambrone, III offering skeet lessons in Minnesota...May 9 and 10

Paul Giambrone, III has achieved multiple skeet world championships and is filling out his coaching calendar for 2019.  He has the dates of May 9th and 10th open to spend here in Minnesota if we secure at least 8 skeet enthusiasts for 4 hour lessons. The morning of May 11 is also an option if there is interest.  The cost is $450 per person for a four hour lesson (2 students per four hours). Contact Deon Thompson for details.

‭(612) 850-9096‬

Become a Level I certified skeet instructor

Deon Thompson has been certified to teach the Level I skeet instructor course.  He has set aside the following dates for this course if there is interest:

April 27-28 Minnetonka Game and Fish Club
July 10-11 – Minneapolis Gun Club or Minnetonka Game and Fish Club
September 14-15 – Minnetonka Game and Fish Club
Contact Deon Thompson for further‭(612) 850-9096‬

MSSA Hall of Fame Inductees

.Each year, the MSSA nominates and elects a Hall of Fame candidate that has contributed to the organization over a long period of time.

Jerry Ryan was the 2018 inductee.....congratulations Jerry.

MSSA/NSSA Youth skeet clinic 2019....Mark your calendars

Youth and certified instructors....mark your calendars now for the 2019 youth skeet clinic to be held at Metro Gun Club

Mark you calendars now for the shoots you wish to attend in 2019

MSSA 2018 State Championship Results

MSSA 2018 Newsletter

Join MSSA today.  2019 Membership form.

Founded in 1928 and headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, the National Skeet Shooting Association is a non-profit organization owned and operated by its members. With approximately 15,000 members and 700 affiliated member clubs, it is the largest organization in the world dedicated solely to the sport of skeet shooting. Membership is represented by a Board of Directors and an Executive Committee which employs an Executive Director to manage NSSA affairs.

The NSSA is dedicated to the development of the sport at all levels of participation and vows to create an atmosphere of healthy competition and meaningful fellowship within its membership. Shooters who want to compete can enter fun shoots and skeet shooting tournaments. The NSSA also offers the hunter a recreational target shooting sport that will strengthen hunting and gun safety skills and extend “hunting” seasons.

The NSSA and the game of Skeet in the U.S. are governed by the Bylaws of the NSSA and the rules of Skeet as set out in the Official Rule Book. In addition, the association creates criteria for shooter classification, shooting safety practices, tournament pay-outs, and other aspects of the sport as needed.

MSSA 2017 State Championship Results

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