About The Michigan Skeet Association
The Michigan Skeet Association (MSA) was chartered April 15, 1965. The objectives of the MSA are to join together the Skeet Shooters of Michigan and thereby:
- Promote closer acquaintances.
- Foster friendly competition.
- Increase knowledge among sportsmen regarding shotguns, and their proper and safe handling.
- Engender and maintain in all MSA activities the highest possible degree of sportsmanship.
Attention MSA Members…
Condolences to long-time MSA member and
MSA/NSSA Director Billy Nielsen,
and his family, on the recent passing of his father.
The family has asked that donations be made to the
Wounded Warrior Project or
Hillsdale College in his memory.
You can read his full obituary on his tribute page.
The following NSSA registered shoots
have been cancelled/postponed:
DGC – Springtime Open (Apr 3 & 4)
Rockford – Springtime 500 (Apr 18 & 19)
DSC – Clark Brown Open (Apr 24-26)
President’s Message for April 2020 (click here)
Nominations for the four NSSA Directors for Michigan
are being accepted. If you are interested in running,
please fill out the top of the form, leaving
the State Association and signature lines blank.
Scan and email the form to the Webmaster
NLT April 19th for signing and submission
by the MSA President – you do not need
to obtain the five signatures.
Click here for the form…
1938 MSA Yearbook, “unearthed” on eBay,
courtesy of Jason Johnson!
The 2020 MSA State Teams (click here)
Congratulations to Rockford Sportsman’s Club,
the MSA 2020 Club of the Year!
Jackson County Sportsmens Club came in
2nd Place, followed by Grand Blanc Huntsman’s Club.
MSA Shoot “Google” Calendar (click here)
MSA Shoot “.pdf” Calendar (click here)
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