Unofficial home of the 
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NSSA “Association of the Year” 2007-2008

the fun

Cleveland, Akron-Canton, Youngstown Area
King Heiple 
Jim Murphy
David Freeman 
Todd Bender 

Toledo, Sandusky Area

Columbus, Delaware Area
Ron Margello

Cincinnati, Miami Valley Area

Cambridge, Steubenville AreaKing%20Heiple.htmlmailto:kingheiple@ameritech.net?subject=Skeet%20Instructions%20-%20-%20-%20King%20Heiple.htmlJim%20Murphy.htmlmailto:KA8YQL@yahoo.com?subject=Skeet%20instruction...Todd%20Bender%20Clinic.htmlRon%20Margello.htmlshapeimage_5_link_0shapeimage_5_link_1shapeimage_5_link_2shapeimage_5_link_3shapeimage_5_link_4shapeimage_5_link_5shapeimage_5_link_6

The general field layout.
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What you need to get started...
STOP ! ! ! !  Do not go running out and buy guns or equipment without first getting advice from at least several different people who already shoot the game. In other words, go visit a club and ask around about what are the best guns to begin with, do they know of any good deals, and where could you get the best value if purchasing new?
You don’t need to spend thousands of dollars to start shooting this game but if you want something stylish as well as state of the art in shooting, then you can find shotguns that will cost as much as a luxury car.
To begin with, start small with a gun that can easily be traded later and see just how much you really like the sport. Then as you get better and find that you’re spending more and more time at the range, you’ll find all kinds of reasons to upgrade to better and more expensive shotguns, special shooting glasses, hand-stitched leather shooting bags, and all sorts of things that can help you spend as much disposable income as you have.
But, until then... enjoy the sport as much as the rest of us do and it won’t matter if your equipment is signed by someone famous or just something your grandpa handed down. The sign of a good shooter isn’t in the cost of the equipment but in the dedication they put into their practice.
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... and COMING   SOON
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Rule Book
Download 2010 Official National Skeet Shooting Association (NSSA) Rule Book NOW Skeet is neat, 
skeet is fun. 
safety first, 
is number one!
World Champion Todd Bender has OK’d the use of the
“Bender Cheat Sheets”.
Click here for a skeet shooting game you can play online. It’s not really skeet, but it’s similar. Enjoy.http://www.lostjungle.com/play.php?id=73http://www.lostjungle.com/play.php?id=73http://www.lostjungle.com/play.php?id=73shapeimage_16_link_0shapeimage_16_link_1
click here for
(field layout, gun to use, how to play, etc.)
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Watch  YouTube  Videos from NSSA
Clay Target Shooting Safety Course
Skeet Shooting Introduction from Todd Benderhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JiP24TvusOMhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47cPDcmf8mkshapeimage_19_link_0shapeimage_19_link_1
(or go to the Apple iTunes Music Store and search on “skeet”)
Todd Bender’s
on how to shoot skeet.
Click above for side 1
Click above for side 2
Registered Skeet for Beginners SPECIAL GAMES
.410 Protector Skeet