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Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by 2badnw, Nov 24, 2007.

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  1. 2badnw

    2badnw TS Member

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    The Crossfire program will be implemented by the NSCA/NSSA for 2008 so a member of one orgainization can shoot the other discpline without having to purchase another membership. This will increase participants in both org's. registered shoots.

    Was this considered by the ATA for their members ?
     
  2. Dickgshot

    Dickgshot Well-Known Member

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    The Crossfire program was logical because the NSSA and the NSCA are both owned by the same company. If membership in the ATA would allow you to shoot in registered Skeet and Sporting Clays events, everyone would belong to the ATA, which has $20 a year dues, rather than the NSSA or the NSCA, which charges $40 (though that includes the magazine, which nobody wants anyway.)
     
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    WAS A MEMBER OF SPT CLYS BUT DROPPED THAT PUPPY ! VERY UNEVENTFUL

    PAT KELLEY
     
  4. 2badnw

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    I understand it to allow one to shoot another discpline within another org. without having the expense of another membership. This has nothing to do with the ata allowing it's member to shoot in another org., an ata member can shoot in another org. now if one chooses, they will have the expense of that org's. membership fee. This type of program would be very beneifical to the ata and the other org's. as well. This would help the participation and attendance for the local ata clubs.
     
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    miketmx Well-Known Member

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    There is a prevalent rumor that I am socially challenged. A guy joins the NSCA/NSSA and he is then allowed to shoot at a Registered Trap Shoot without paying for a membership in the ATA. How is this beneficial to the ATA ??
     
  7. 2badnw

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    At least your honest.

    The competitor would pay the ata's dailey fee's, states fee's and the price of the event. If this was an option and the individual chose to shoot in another org. other than where he had a membership the individual would not have voting privileges. Voting privileges are only with the org. where the membership is with. This program helps the shooter his options to shoot more, helps clubs attendance for their events.
     
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