New Hosting

You may notice a change in theme on the site to start 2019. The reason is that we’ve changed the provider hosting For the last 9 years, hosting has been donated and the individual donating the space and maintenance is no longer able. We’ve tried to maintain as much as possible but if you’ve notice important things gone missing, please let us know.

College Shooting Sports Initiative Grant

The original flyer is College Shooting Sports Initiative – grant flyer 2010

$175,000 Available to College Shooting Clubs and Teams

Submit your grant proposal today!

Attention Coaches and Shooters:

The time has come to submit your grant proposal for this year’s Collegiate Shooting Sports Challenge Grant Program.

A total of $175,000 will be available to qualified colleges and universities to implement or support their shooting clubs or teams. Of this amount, each selected grant applicant is eligible to receive up to a maximum of $7,500 in grant funding from the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF).

Last year, NSSF awarded more than $100,000 to colleges to promote recreational shooting on and around campuses across the country. Grants were issued to 15 colleges and universities, from prominent Harvard to smaller schools like Fort Hays State University in Kansas, with awards ranging from $4,000 to $7,500 per school. Some colleges used their grants as seed funding to launch new shooting clubs and teams; other schools will use their funds to expand existing programs and publicize them on campus by developing websites and hosting “fun shoots.”

Colleges that were awarded grants last year, as well as those that were not, are eligible and encouraged to submit or re-submit grant proposals for this season’s program.

Click here for more details on the grant guidelines.

View an example of a grant proposal.

The deadline to submit grant proposals is Sept. 17. If anyone has trouble meeting this deadline, contact NSSF’s Zach Snow at or 203-426-1320 (ext. 224) to request an extension.

Shoot Flyers – Zone 10

The program for the very first “Zone10” shoot is available.  Here’s what John Molsberry had to say:

Hi to all the Washington State Shooters.
Attached you will find the Program for the FIRST ever Zone 10 Skeet Championships.
This is the Northwest’s opportunity to confirm to the National Skeet Shooting Association, that we do have sufficient numbers to have a Zone 10, that our individual support is in favor of a Zone 10 and that we are not well represented in the NSSA as members of Zone 7, that we get little attention to our needs and efforts to have a hold a Zone shoot any where north of the California State Line.
We expect and hope for in excess of 70 participants.  YOU CAN HELP.  Even if you haven’t shot in years and even if you only shoot one gauge your participation in this shoot is important.
Please review the program and try to find the time to drive to Spokane and shoot whatever you can to make this first Zone 10 an event worthy of recognition as a Zone by NSSA.
Thank you
John Molsberry