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ATA

The Amateur Trapshooting Association is the world’s largest clay target shooting organization. In addition to governing rules, the ATA sponsors junior events, and awards scholarships.

NSSA

The National Skeet Shooting Association is a non-profit organization that is run and operated by its members. The NSSA sponsors all AAU skeet events, sponsors junior events, coordinates junior scholarships, and hosts the World Skeet Championship.

NSSF

The National Shooting Sports Foundation is the trade association for the firearms industry. Its mission is to promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports.

USA Shooting

USA Shooting is the National Governing Body for the Olympic Shooting Sports. USA Shooting offers junior shooting events, offers junior shooting scholarships, holds grassroots camps and clinics, trains and certifies coaches, and hosts Olympic shooting events.

Resources The NRA has many resources available to potential collegiate shooters. First and foremost, the top first priority a student should have in choosing a college is academics. Factors such as tuition, location, and admission standards may also be significant priorities. The best resource for finding collegiate shooting opportunities is the NRA Collegiate Shooting Sports Directory Online. With hundreds of entries, NRA Collegiate Shooting Sports Directory Online lists information concerning each shooting discipline offered by a particular college. Each section indicates more than just what disciplines are offered; it also includes information such as the school’s team status, ROTC programs, scholarships, shooting equipment, web addresses and more! It indicates what type of range facilities the school may have, school contact information, and various other details. This directory can be viewed online at http://www.

competitions.nra.org/collegiate-shooting-programs.aspx or email collegiate@nrahq.org if you have further questions. The NRA Collegiate & Schools Program has published a new book called Developing A Scholastic Shooting Program. This new book is an updated version of what used to be called How To Organize A College Shooting Program. This book offers 10 chapters of useful information that will be helpful to colleges and universities developing shooting programs. The chapters in this new book cover everything from choosing the right type of shooting program to creating a budget and writing the proposal. It also includes a brief history of collegiate shooting in the United States, NRA activities, and much more. This new book can be purchased for $5.00 by calling the NRA Program Materials Center at (800) 336-7402.

Contact Information for the Programs that Support You! Collegiate Department……… (703) 267-1473 & (703) 267-1484

Membership……………………………………… (877) 672-2000

Competitive Shooting………………………(877) NRA MATCH

NRA Affiliated Clubs……………………………… (800) 672-2582

Disabled Shooting………………………………… (703) 267-1495

NRA Endorsed Insurance Programs……………… (877) 672-3006

Education & Training…………………………… (703) 267-1500

Refuse to Be A Victim…………………………… (800) 861-1166

Field/Operations………………………………… (703) 267-1417

The NRA Foundation……………………………… (800) 423-6894

Friends of NRA…………………………………… (703) 267-1354

Women on Target®………………………………… (800) 861-1166

Institute for Legislative Action (ILA)…………… (800) 392-8683

Youth Programs…………………………………… (703) 267-1505

Instructor/Coach………………………………… (703) 267-1500 NRA

11250 Waples Mill Road Fairfax, VA. 22033 Phone: (703) 267-1000

NSSA-NSCA

5931 Roft Road San Antonio, TX. 78253 Phone: (210) 688-3371

ACUI

NCAA

One City Centre, Suite 200 120 W. Seventh Street Bloomington, IN. 47404 Phone: (812) 245-2284

700 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, IN. 46206 Phone: (317) 917-6222

ATA

601 W. National Road Vandalia, OH. 45377 Phone: (937) 898-4638

USA Shooting

1 Olympic Plaza Colorado Springs, CO. 80909 Phone: (719) 886-4670

NSSF

11 Mile High Road Newtown, CT. 06470 Phone: (203) 426-1320

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