Coaches Earn Credentials During the Wisconsin NRA Level 1 Coaches Class

Nineteenimage004 (1) coaches earned their NRA coaching credentials during the National Rifle Association’s (NRA) Level 1 Coaches Class hosted by the Daniel Boone Conservation League in Wisconsin on February 6-7, 2016. The Shooting Coach Program is a cooperative effort of the NRA, USA Shooting, and the Civilian Marksmanship Program.  The NRA Level 1 Pistol Coaches Class now includes action shooting as one of the disciplines.  The Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) is the model for action shooting.

The additional ccoach classoaches were needed to address the huge growth several of the Wisconsin teams have experienced since last year.  One team actually has grown from 15 last year to 50 this year and that growth was seen even before the new rifle program was announced.  Congratulations new coaches and good luck on a successful season with your athletes.

The next pistol coaches’ class on the schedule is in Plymouth, Michigan, April 2 & 3, 2016.  Are you looking to host a coaches’ class in your area? Contact SASP Director of Development Rick Leach at rleach@sssfonline.com.

Randolph Engineering: How to Choose the Right Tint for Shooting Glasses

There is probably no type of shooting equipment that provokes more questions than colored shooting glasses. With so many choices, how do you know which colors to buy?

In this interview by Field & Stream‘s Phil Bourjaily, Frank Robertson of Randolph Engineering, maker of the exceptional Randolph Ranger shooting glasses which are offered in numerous colors, explains how to choose the right lens tints for different lighting conditions.

Video: Kim Rhode on Stance

How can your belt buckle help you shoot better? Kim Rhode explains in this short video tip.

Video: Shotgunning Advice from Skeet Legend LP Giambrone

World Champion skeet shooter, instructor, and Hall of Famer Paul “LP” Giambrone III recently took time for an interview with Dan Hathaway, SSSF Director of Development, for the next issue of Inside SSSF e-magazine. But we’re giving you a preview now!

At only 28 years old, Giambrone has already won 15 World Skeet Championships and has been inducted into NSSA’s Skeet Shooting Hall of Fame. He continues to compete — and win — and operates a shooting school. He offers SCTP shooters and coaches his best tips for more shotgunning success:

Thanks to Paul ‘LP” Giambrone III for his time and advice. To learn about lessons or having LP to conduct a clinic in your area, visit his website at breakmoretargets.com. Special thanks also to Brent Edwards for editing this video.

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