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October 27, 2021

No NSCA Registered Shoots October 30-31, 2021

2021 NSCA Registered Shoot


Cherokee Rose
Griffin, GA
November 5-7, 2021
Frazier 500

Results

 

2021 Nationals Results
October 23-31, 2021


 

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All NSSA Crossfire members and Hunters are welcome at our registered NSCA events!

Non-Registered Events-----October 2021

27-29, We-Fr Flint Skeet and Trap Club Albany Sporting Clays course closed for new traps installation.  
October Big Red Oak Gay Current Newsletter Newsletter
October Cherokee Rose Griffin Current Newsletter Newsletter
October Garland Mountain Waleska Current Newsletter Newsletter
October Meadows Gun Club Forsyth Current Newsletter Newsletter
October Old Hudson Sparta Current Newsletter Newsletter

Non-Registered Events-----November 2021

13, Sa Cherokee Rose Griffin Cherokee Rose Helice Cup, Race 10 Score Chaser
Talk around GSCA 
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GSCA club dues of $100 are due for 2022. The dues are to be paid to Jeremy Summerell, our GSCA Secretary-Treasurer. GSCA Club membership is required to register shoots with NSCA and to use our web site and Constant Contact to advertise your events. Membership is also required with NSCA to register a shoot.
  If you are a club not currently a member and want to join GSCA, just click here and follow instructions.

●  The registration for the 2021 Annual GSCA Hall of Fame shoot at the Meadows is going nicely but slightly out of whack. The shoot is scheduled for Friday and Saturday November 12 and 13, 2021. Both shoots are limited to 125 entries and the Saturday sporting shoot has 93 entries but the ever popular Super Sporting format shoot on Friday has just 62 shooters.
  The Meadows would like to see a sellout plus this is a Points Race Shoot. There are around 200 shooters in the Points race and you can see the standing here.
●  Georgia shooters are doing well early on at the Nationals. However, there are a lot of shooters in the classes who have not fired a shot. Presently, two Georgia shooters lead in A class, one leads in B class, three in C class and one in E class. I hope these scores hold up for them but Sunday afternoon is a long way off. Follow all the results and events here.  Good luck to our Georgia shooters!

 Regards, John

John F. Letsinger
Webmaster, ga-sportingclays.org  

  


 

 
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