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Thread: Super Sporting Clays

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    Super Sporting Clays

    http://nsca.nssa-nsca.org/wp-content...r-Sporting.pdf

    Anyone done it? Any feedback? Sounds like a lot of fun to me, and they just added a course at our “local (1 hour each way) range.
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    That sounds fun! One course I regularly shoot has a stage with three machines set about 60° apart that are shot similarly to what the article describes. It’s frustratingly interesting.

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    Yes I have. Super Sporting adds variety. Many of the registered shoots now offer Super Sporting as an event. I will be helping run a registered shoot later this month, and one of our offerings will be a Super Sporting Event. SS has really come on the scene at shoots over the past several years. Lots of fun.
    "Rich," the Old Man said dreamily, "is a little whiskey to drink and some food to eat and a roof over your head and a fish pole and a boat and a gun and a dollar for a box of shells." Robert Ruark

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    Article sounds like a USPSA shooter typically bad mouthing IDPA and NRA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rob_s View Post
    Any feedback?
    In addition to my previous, Super Sporting also satisfies a broader audience just for practice. Invariably on sporting courses, good shooters will complain a course is set to easy, and beginners complain the targets are too hard. With Super Sporting, even as many as four traps per station, you can have a variety of easy to hard targets to help satisfy the Master Class and lower ability shooters for a round of fun shooting.
    "Rich," the Old Man said dreamily, "is a little whiskey to drink and some food to eat and a roof over your head and a fish pole and a boat and a gun and a dollar for a box of shells." Robert Ruark

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