The NSSA Gun Club Manual is a valuable tool provided by the NSSA as a member club benefit. Developed for use by club officers and management, the Gun Club Manual answers many questions about gun club operations, registered shoot management and reporting, marketing, NSSA programs, and much more.
We recommend that you print the manual for insertion into a 3-ring binder, and keep it accessible for officers, directors, managers, and volunteers. It’s also a good idea to make sure that as new officers and others are assuming their roles, the manual is passed along to them.
The following programs have been tested and approved by NSSA to receive electronic scores:
Mike Valerio Skeet version 10.05 and higher
Cliff Bedore Skeet version 11 and higher
GTO Scoring Solutions (Online Scoring Program)
If you are not using these programs above or are using a previous version to record scores, then you will need to mail the Official Entry Forms for the scores to be recorded by NSSA.
If you are a developer and wish to create software for skeet, please review this specification document.
There are many benefits to being an NSSA member club, any one of which can be worth the low annual dues. You can throw registered targets, which is the best way to attract the most serious skeet shooters who will spend the most time and money at your club. You qualify to purchase low-cost liability insurance for your club. You are listed in the club search of our website, and your shoots are listed in our “Find a Shoot” tool. You can access professional instructors and referees, and you can participate in our training and certification programs for each. Member clubs have access to exclusive information on this site, including our Gun Club Manual. Check out our Member Club Benefits page to learn more about these and other benefits.