Brixey shot NSSF Rimfire Match at Old Fort Gun Club in Fort Smith Arkansas and took home High Overall in the Youth Class and 11th Overall Match out of 100+ skilled shooters.
Congratulations Brixey! We are very proud of having sponsored you this season!
Fiocchi Team Shooter Chelsea Davis is Louisiana State Lady Champ! We would like to congratulate her for this achievement! Good Job!
Wondering what this is all about?
Sporting clays is often described as golf with shotguns and now the new Professional Sporting Clays Association intends to commercialize that depiction with five national broadcasts on NBC Sports beginning April.
The PSCA is the brainchild of champion shooter and instructor Dan Carlisle and energy entrepreneur Michael Osowski.
“There are few opportunities to introduce a new sport to a national television audience,” said Mr. Osowski. “This is a rare chance to positively benefit pros, amateurs, shooting clubs and equipment manufacturers….the entire sport and associated industry.”
The business of the PCSA is to provide a professional tour for top sporting clays athletes in a closed competition with others of a similar skill level, while broadcast TV coverage attracts bigger sponsorships and greater mainstream exposure. Ten weekend telecasts will air April through July.
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Ables Gun Club April 5-6
American Shooting Centers May 31-June 1
Caney Creek June 28-29 Teague, TX
National Shooting Complex July 26-27
San Antonio, TX
Competition Format Details
- Each event is two (2) days - 60 Total Competitors
- 52 Men & 8 Women
- Day 1 – Half of Men/Women Competitors
- Day 2 – Event Championship - Prize money for all competitors that
make Day 2
His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Sports Council, held Championship Nad Al Sheba Shooting Sporting for the first time in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates with the participation of 1000 shooters from different countries of the world.
This is one of the most important activities of Sport Shooting in the United Arab Emirates.
Anthony Matarese has came in 2nd overall , which is a huge achievement. We would like to compliment him for this great result!
If you want to find more about Anthony Matarese and the Nad Al Sheba World Sporting Championship Dubai visit his Facebook page HERE
When you log onto NFDNetwork.com storefronts appear on your computer’s screen—digital street signs for Fiocchi Ammunition, Beretta, Smith & Wesson and many other gunmakers. You’ll be able to shop by company or firearm type.
You can just go right in with a few clicks to check out whatever you’re after. As you do you’ll cleanly view competing products and see technical information that’ll make you an educated consumer.
Of course you can’t walk out of a virtual gun store with a gun. Your order will be sent to a nearby gun dealer that has a Federal Firearms License (FFL). You can then go right into the gun shop of your choosing and complete your purchase—after going through a background check, of course.
The local gun store won’t mind, either, because it gets the sale. It simply pays NFDN a monthly fee for the service. NFDN provides the gun shop with a website template that it can modify and control. The store can even upload more products and name its own prices.
Basically, NFDN is a central hub that sends your searches into the deep databases of the four largest distributors. When you choose a product—a gun, riflescope or whatever—you click “Buy Now” and then choose where you want to physically purchase your product. As you do that you are seamlessly transferred to a website maintained by a local gun shop or sporting goods retailer.
A great benefit of the system is that you can find almost anything real-time in the distributors’ warehouses. Your local gun shop might not have Fiocchi 4.6x30 H&K, but NFDN’s real-time link to the distributors’ databases will likely turn up whatever you’re after. You can even compare prices by using NFDN’s site to check the websites of your local gun stores.
Maybe you’ve seen some of your local gun shops go bust. Maybe you’ve lamented that those independent little stores with the gun guru behind the counter are being beat-out by the big-box stores and destination retailers. Maybe you still go to a local gun shop when you can because the service is so good and because you know that the guys or gals behind the counter know their guns. Well, NFDN works exclusively with those types of stores.
NFDN has already signed up more than 730+ local stores and is growing. As it expands, NFDN is helping to level the playing field for local sporting goods stores. This isn’t to say that one type of store is better than another, but rather that more competition—choices for you—is a good thing.
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