Armed Services Skeet Championships (ASSC) Archives

 
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2018 ASSC Winners in Tucson, AZ

To see galleries and results from the last few years, click the appropriate button above.


ASSC High Overall Winners by Year

Annual gun event winners by gauge dating back
to the first Military Invitational Skeet Championships, can be seen by clicking here.

Annual Active Military 5-Man Team Winners for each gun event, can be seen by clicking here.

2018 - Dustan Taylor (495), Tucson Trap and Skeet Club
2017 - Conor Stephens (492), Jacksonville Clay Target Sports
2016 - Stuart Brown (495), Nashville Gun Club
2015 - Dustan Taylor (495), Conservation Park of Virginia
2014 - Sam Armstrong (493), National Shooting Complex
2013 - Kevin Suitt (493), Camp Lejuene
2012 - Don Snyder (487), Waco Trap and Skeet Club
2011 - Joe Buffa (498), Conservation Park of Virginia

2010 - Christopher Cobb (398), National Shooting Complex
2009 - Stuart Brown (491), High Desert Sportsmen Club
2008 - Dean Anneser (493), Richmond Gun Club
2007 - Don Snyder (497), Whitetail Ridge Outdoors
2006 - Stuart Brown (496), Fort Bragg Clay Target Center
2005 - Chris Ashley (493), Whitetail Ridge Outdoors
2004 - Sean Hotaling (494), Fort Bragg Clay Target Center
2003 - Bill Green (499), Ben Avery Clay Target Center
2002 - Gregg Paillex (496), Fort Bragg Clay Target Center
2001 - Clint Kreuser (496), Ben Avery Clay Target Center

2000 - Ben Bushong (498), San Antonio Gun Club
1999 - Bill Green (496), Jacksonville Gun Club
1998 - Sean Hotaling (499), Ben Avery Clay Target Center
1997 - Mike Schmidt Jr. (498), San Antonio Gun Club
1996 - Mike Schmidt Jr. (495), Forest City Gun Club
1995 - John Barnes (496), San Antonio Gun Club
1994 - Mike Schmidt Jr. (498), Nellis AFB
1993 - Don Snyder (498), San Antonio Gun Club
1992 - Gregg Paillex (497), Wolf Creek Gun Club
1991 - Don Snyder (496), San Antonio Gun Club

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1990 - Don Snyder (496), Nellis AFB
1989 - Mike Brazzell (498), National Gun Club
1988 - Dan Mitchell (495), Beretta Gun Club
1987 - Frank Potts (492), Ent AFB
1986 - Mike Brazzell (497), Phoenix Trap and Skeet Club
1985 - Dan Mitchell (499), National Gun Club
1984 - Chip Young (496), River Ranch Shooting Club
1983 - Jim Cunningham (497), National Gun Club
1982 - Dan Mitchell (496), Phoenix Trap and Skeet Club
1981 - John Culpepper (492), National Gun Club

1980 - Bill Leonard (492), Ent AFB
1979 - Virgil Carter (497), National Gun Club
1978 - Mike Henderson (494(, National Gun Club
1977 - Frank Stier (491), Ent AFB
1976 - Virgil Carter (495), National Gun Club

The following years' events were held at Ent AFB (Colorado Springs, CO)

1975 - John Culpepper (492)
1974 - Jim Cunningham (496)
1973 - Al Buntrock (493)
1972 - Al Buntrock (495
1971 - Al Buntrock (492)
1970 - Jack Johnson (493)
1969 - Al Buntrock (496)
1968 - John Satterwhite (493)
1967 - Jack Johnson (487)
1966 - Unknown
1965 - Al Buntrock (493)
1964 - George Young (487)
1963 - Gaynor Thinglum (487)
1962 - Ken Sedlecky (490)
1961 - Unknown

The first and second World-Wide Military Invitational Skeet Championships were held in Virginia prior to the annual NSSA Championships

1960 - R.I. Livingston (199x200)
1959 - Hal Myers (200x200)

     

    AFSA Team Records

     Two Man Team Events

    1967 - 20 gauge - William Poddick (USN) and Allen Buntrock (USN), 200x200

    1967 - 28 gauge - James Bellows (USAF) and Patrick O’Malley (USAF), 200X200

    1978 - 12 gauge - Don Wood (USA) and Cotton Talbott (USN), 400X400

    1986 - 2-Man HOA - Mike Brazzell and Darold Tukey, 991x1000

    1995 - 2-Man Retired Military Doubles - L.T. Drennan and John D. Henry, 199x200

    1999 - Doubles - Jose Castillo and Dave Cunningham (USN Team), 200x200

    2001 - .410 bore - Clyde Simmons and Wade Herrington (USA Team), 199x200

     Five Man Team Events

    1978 - Open 5-Man Team record set by:
    Dave Ellis (USAF), John Culpepper (USAF), Cotton Talbott (USN),
    Don Wood (USA), and Tom Barrowman (USA), 998x1000

     

    The Following Individuals have attended over 20 ASSC Events:

    Each received a special Gold hat.  At their recognition banquet it was determined that Cowboy Harris and L.T. Drennan have attended the most ASSC events. L.T. deferred to Cowboy, who received the last AFSA gold 1-oz coin

    Thomas Barrowman
    David Baylog
    Mike Brazzell
    George Coffey
    L.T. Drennan
    Jamie Gaines
    Bud Gast
    Cowboy Harris
    Edward Hughes
    JR Hunt
    Jon Jenkins
    PK Knutson
    Donald McKown

    Joe Medlin
    Gregg Paillex
    Kenneth Pitman
    Frank Potts
    Pat Savage
    Bobby Scott
    Jim Simmons
    Donald Snyder
    Cotton Talbott
    Jim Tiner
    John Ulsher
    Bobby Wallace