National Sporting Clays Association
National Sporting Clays Association

Clubs & Associations


NSCA has over 600 member clubs and numerous state associations that serve its member shooters throughout the U.S. and in several foreign countries. Clubs are the backbone of the association, hosting registered shoots and providing the "home base" for recreational and competitive shooters.
Note: Some information requires member club log-in.

  • Club Search

    Looking for a club near home or where you're traveling? Use our search tools to find a club.
  • Club Forms

    All the forms needed for club membership, running shoots
    Member club log-in required
  • Late Shoot Reports

    Listing of shoots for which reports have not been received at headquarters
  • FAQ

    Frequently Asked Questions by NSCA member clubs and associations

  Sporting Clays Member Clubs Articles

Clubs: Auction of Range Assessment Clubs: Auction of Range Assessment

The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) is alerting shooting facilities to a great opportunity to obtain a shooting range assessment from MT2, a leading company in the shooting range and environmental soil remediation services field. MT2 has generously donated a range assessment certificate, valued at $4,000, to be part of the Project ChildSafe Foundation auction being conducted on GunBroker.com. Funds raised by the Project ChildSafe Foundation... [more...]


New App Calculates Club Target Needs New App Calculates Club Target Needs

NSCA is offering clubs a new resource for calculating the number of each type of target needed for large events with a new app developed by Long Range LLC. The app is an easy-to-use calculator for range owners, course managers, and target setters to calculate how many boxes of targets are needed for an event. Simply enter the number of competitors, the number of targets in the competition, number of traps on the course, and a percentage for show... [more...]


Instructors Team with NSSF Program Instructors Team with NSSF Program

The NSCA and the NSSF have teamed up to offer NSCA Certified Instructors (Level I, II, and III) the opportunity to provide the NSSF’s First Shots program at your local gun club and get paid to do so. First Shots is a national program which has been in place since 2005. It is aimed at giving individuals an opportunity to try shooting for the first time without having to make a huge financial or time commitment. The premise is that after people... [more...]


Clubs: Renew Membership Early Clubs: Renew Membership Early

NSCA member clubs have been receiving 2015 membership renewal packages this week, and clubs are urged to renew soon to ensure there is no break in benefits. Most club memberships are set to expire on December 31. An early renewal will continue uninterrupted listings of your club in Sporting Clays magazine, as well as allowing you to reserve dates for your club’s NSCA registered shoots for 2015. To encourage early renewals, NSCA is holding a... [more...]


Visit New Minnesota Clays Website Visit New Minnesota Clays Website

The Minnesota Sporting Clays Association invites NSCA members to visit its new website at www.mnsportingclays.org. The site will keep shooters informed about up-to-date event results, promote upcoming shoots, and highlight gun clubs throughout the state of Minnesota with a “Club of the Month” feature. Shoot sponsors will also have a page to link to their respective websites. While you’re on the site, make sure to visit the Contact... [more...]


Order Eye/Ear Safety Signs for Ranges Order Eye/Ear Safety Signs for Ranges

Help keep shooters at your range safer by posting these bright yellow safety signs on the property, reminding everyone that eye and ear protection are needed at all times. The signs are being sold by NSSA-NSCA for $5.00 each. Printed on durable PVC plastic, the 12×8-inch signs will withstand weather conditions and last for years. Thanks to Laporte Traps who donated the safety signs to NSSA-NSCA. To order, contact Lori Hartmann, NSCA Club Secretary,... [more...]


AC Position Open for Range Owner AC Position Open for Range Owner

Range owners are invited to apply to serve on the NSCA Advisory Council, as a position has been opened and a replacement member will be elected. The replacement Advisory Council member will serve through the end of the 2014-2015 term, ending December 31, 2015. Fifteen members each represent Shooter, Range Owner, and Industry categories. Advisory Council members guide the association and have the responsibility to review and approve all committee recommendations... [more...]


Clubs Win Free Memberships Clubs Win Free Memberships

Congratulations to 10 member clubs who have won free annual NSSA or NSCA club membership! The clubs – five for NSSA and five for NSCA – were drawn as winners among those which had signed up for our New Member Free Target Program by December 31, 2013. The winners are: NSCA Bald Mountain Shooting Range – Lake Orion, MI New Pioneer Gun Club – Waukee, IA Little Fox River Sporting Clays, LLC – Memphis, MO Island Lake Shooting... [more...]


New Login Process Begins Feb. 3 New Login Process Begins Feb. 3

Use of the NSSA-NSCA.org website will become a little more exclusive next week, as member login will be required to access some areas of the site. The login process will go into effect on Monday, February 3. Members will be required to login on the site to access member data, contact lists for governing bodies, and certain member benefits — such as the Member Discount Program and some upcoming benefit programs. Member clubs will be required... [more...]


Terry Raahauge Obituary Terry Raahauge Obituary

We are saddened to report that Terry Raahauge, owner of Raahauge’s Hunting and Sporting Clays in Dunnigan, California, succumbed to cancer on October 29 while at home with his wife Donna and loved ones. Terry was known for sharing his love of hunting and shooting with fellow hunters, shooters, and the youth throughout Northern California. Several outdoor publications are posting articles about Terry, including MyOutdoorBuddy.com and Western... [more...]