National Shooting Complex

671 acres 

built in 1973

  • headquarters for the National Skeet Shooting Association
  • headquarters for theNational Sporting Clays Association
  • hosts the World Skeet Championships
  • hosts the National Sporting Clays Championship
  • NSSA – NSCA Museum & Hall of Fame

  • November 1961 permanent NSSA library Museum and Hall of Fame created
  • 1969 an estimated 10 cubic feet of material had been collected
  • 1973 NSSA moved from Dallas to San Antonio on the grounds of the Texas International Gun Club
  • 1989 a dedicated facility was required for museum
  • 2002 Construction was started on present building

National Shooting Complex
5931 Roft Road
San Antonio, Texas 78253

(210) 688-3371 or (800) 877-5338

http://nsc.nssa-nsca.org/

Trapshooting Hall of Fame

founded in 1968

  • 1900 to 1923 the Grand American Trapshooting Tournament was held at various places throughout the United States
  • 1924 permanent clubhouse constructed in Vandalia, Ohio
  • 1968 Hall of Fame (HOF) founded
  • 2006 moved to World Shooting & Recreational Complex in Sparta, Illinois
  • HOF offers five $5,000 scholarships each year

Trapshooting Hall of Fame
PO Box 519
Sparta, IL 62286

937-660-5663

https://www.traphof.org/

Elm Fork Shooting Sports

467 acres

Opened in mid-1960’s

partnership between the City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department and Elm Fork Shooting Sports

  • Beginner Trap
  • ATA Trap
  • Wobble Trap
  • American Skeet
  • 5-Stand
  • 2 (100-target) Championship Sporting Clay Courses
  • 1 (50-target) Vintage Sporting Clays Course
  • 100-yard Rifle Range
  • Large baffled pistol bays
  • Tactical Bay
  • 50-yard rifle range
  • 2 Pro Shops
  • Large Clubhouse
  • 5,000 square foot Pavilion

host facility for Texans Archery Club


Elm Fork Shooting Sports
10751 Luna Road
Dallas TX 75220
972-556-0103

https://www.elmfork.com/