2019 Armed Services Skeet Championships
Saturday / Sunday (1200-1700) - Registration
Monday (0800) - Opening Ceremonies, Active Duty Teams report NLT 0730
Tuesday (1730) - General Membership Meeting, after shoot-offs
Wednesday (1730) - Directors' Meeting, after shoot-offs (complimentary meal provided by Tucson Skeet and Trap Club)
Thursday (1730) - Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet (at Casino del Sol)
Summary of Events
Event explanations can be found here as well as on the registration page.
5-Man Inter-service Team Competition
Handicap Event for first time attendees
Base/Club 4-Man Team Event
Military Veteran 3-Man Team Event
Retired Military 5-Man Team Event, and more!
Practice rounds will be offered at $4 per round.
If you are interested in refereeing, please contact Chief Referee, Darron Todd. Referees will be paid $8.00 per 100 targets and with assignments scheduled by the Chief Referee. Shooters may referee if they desire.
The ASSC will be conducted in accordance with NSAA rules and procedures within the NSSA Rule Book (http://mynssa.nssa-nsca.org/rule-book/). The Armed Forces Skeet Association, Inc. reserves the right to change any portion of the program as unforeseen conditions dictate without recourse or protest.
The Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet will be held Thursday evening at a location to be determined. Ticket prices are $30 each. Bar opens at 5:30pm with dinner starting at 6:00pm.
Dress is business casual; examples:
Men - slacks/khakis, collared shirt, coat, and tie
Women - skirt with top, dressy pants outfit, cocktail length dress, or sundress
Active Duty - service dress or equivalent, no headgear
NOTE: Shorts, tank tops, T-shirts, or flipflops are not appropriate.
Shooters must enter all four main events and the High Overall event to be eligible for door prizes at the Hall of Fame banquet. Shooters must be present at banquet to win prizes.
Hall of Fame and Awards Banquet
View all awards by event
(by clicking above)
Final award determinations will be made May 1, 2019. Awards are subject to change based on the number of shooters registered to shoot.
AA / AAA and D / E classes are combined for HOA awards but reported separately for All-American points. For all gauges and concurrent events, Champion, RU, and 3rd place All-American points will be reported, with additional positions reported based on the number of entries. All awards will be shot off up to 6th place, including All-American point awards.
To claim shotguns, winners must present two (2) forms of ID that have the SAME name and address (P.O. Boxes will not suffice). Winners may bring a signed FFL to arrange for the club FFL holder to ship the gun(s) to another FFL at the shooters’ expense.
Winners MUST pick up awards at the shoot. AFSA will not mail any awards and unclaimed awards will be donated back to the AFSA. Fellow shooters may pick up awards if a signed authorization form is completed at the registration desk.