In collaboration with Founding Partner Sponsor, GLOCK, and Silver Sponsor, Baron Engraving, the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) is proud to auction the Shane Coley Pro Shooting Signature Glock 34. Industry-supported since its inception, the SASP provides youth development opportunities through team-based shooting sports and its National Championship has grown to be the largest action shooting event in the world.

Passionately supporting the SASP, Baron Engraving has created a highly collectible firearm with polished slide and 24kt details, including signature supplied by Shane Coley. All the proceeds from this firearm go to support the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) with a portion of the proceeds going into the SASP Scholarship Endowment to provide future college scholarships to athletes in the program. These scholarships are awarded to graduating high school senior action shooting athletes as they continue their education in college. 

Together, with the support of GLOCK, pro shooter Shane Coley, and Baron Engraving the Scholastic Action Shooting Program is auctioning this work of art to benefit the future of youth shooting sports across the country.

The GLOCK Pro Shooting Signature auction is now live on GunBroker.com: https://bit.ly/ProAuction

The 2019 Scholastic Action Shooting Program 2019 National Championships became the Largest Action Shooting Match in History

65 SASP teams from over 20 states from as far away as Washington State traveled with their Youth Athletes, Coaches, Volunteers, and Parents all came together at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio for what proved to be a “Record Breaking” 2019 SASP National Championship.

 With over 1,650 entries, this years SASP National Championship surpassed Glock Shooting Sports Foundation to become the largest Action Shooting Match in history. SASP founding sponsors Glock, Ruger, CZ USA, and Action Target were all in attendance to be a part of this historic milestone. Over 250,000 shots were fired at the 2019 National Championship competitions.
Congratulations to all our 2019 SASP National Championship Individual and team winners. Many teams came to the Cardinal Center to defend their previous titles and left holding the “top spots” again for 2019. Still, many of this year’s individual and team winners were on the podium for the first time. It was easy to see that all our SASP teams had worked hard all year to get ready for the intense competition that is always a part of the SASP National Championships.

Our thanks to all our safety officer volunteers who put in over 1000 combined hours in the 90 plus degree heat and humidity. And our thanks to the staff at the Cardinal Center for their support.
For everyone involved it was an amazing week and it’s time to start planning for our next record setting National Championship event, July 11-18, 2020!

 For a complete list of the 2019 SASP winners, click the Results Tab on the menu bar of the www.sssfonline.org website.

About the National Championships
Complete information, participation, statistics and stock photos can be found at: https://sssfonline.org/news/media/

2019 SASP All State Team Criteria

Thanks to the generous sponsorship by GLOCK, RUGER, CZ-USA and ACTION TARGET, at the 2019 National Championships SASP will have an ALL-STATE TEAM Competition.

Athletes who compete in their respective state SASP match in .22 pistol, .22 rifle (optic/iron combined), centerfire pistol or PCC are eligible to make their states SASP All-State Team at the 2019 National Championships in Marengo, OH.  Each state will have an All-State Pistol team made up of two rimfire pistol athletes and two Centerfire athletes (1911 will not be included).  The All-State Rifle team will be made up of two rimfire rifle athletes and two PCC athletes. (iron or optic will not be considered).

Any athlete who places in the top two at their respective state championships will be eligible to represent his or her state in that discipline. Athletes may qualify as All-State in more than one discipline.  If a top-two athlete is NOT attending the SASP National Championships in Ohio, then the opportunity will be bumped down to the next eligible competitor from that state who is attending the National Championships.

Athletes attending the National Championships (representing their state as an All-State Team member) will receive a custom shirt signifying their All-State Team designation!


Top two athletes will be determined by the actual times shot for each discipline at their respective State SASP match.

Ties – If a tie occurs for final ranking, the In & Out (V for V if used) stage score will be used as the tie-breaker. If that does not break the tie, the fastest single run of that stage will be used as the tie-breaker. If necessary, the second and third run will be used as the tie breaker.

Times at the National Championships will be used from the athlete’s normal squadding with his or her team. Any ties will be broken as per the handbook and listed about using In and Out or V for V stage.

This is NOT an HOA event! Athletes do not need to compete in all disciplines.

SASP will provide awards to the 1st through 3rd place team members for each discipline. These awards will be presented at the respective awards ceremonies on Friday and Saturday at Nationals.

The All-State Teams will be comprised of two athletes from each state for each discipline, non-collegiate athletes only!

Good luck and congratulations to all the SASP All State Team members!

GLOCK Continues Support of Scholastic Action Shooting Program

Scholastic Action Shooting Program founding sponsor GLOCK, Inc. presented the Scholastic Action Shooting Program a check for $25,000.00 at the 2018 SASP National’s Competition at the Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, Ohio.

Ed Fitzgerald, GLOCK Advertising Manager and Vice Chairman of the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation Board of Directors was on hand to present the check. “GLOCK has been an active sponsor/partner of the SASP program since the beginning” stated Fitzgerald. “GLOCK believes strongly that the attributes of responsibility, teamwork, integrity and discipline learned by youth shooters are the ingredients to the development of our next generation of responsible citizens.”

Receiving the check was Scholastic Action Shooting Program National Director Rick Leach and several SASP team competitors. “We are so grateful to have GLOCK as an integral part of the past, present, and future of the SASP program” stated Leach. “GLOCK is a great brand and a great company with leadership and employees dedicated to the development of the next generation of shooting sports enthusiasts. On behalf of everyone involved with the Scholastic Action Shooting Program, and the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation, our sincere Thank you” to GLOCK for their continued support.

2018 Nationals Gun Winners

The 2018 Scholastic Clay Target Program and Scholastic Action Shooting Program National championships had many winners, both on and off the range! A total of 70 firearms were awarded during nationals and below are some of the highlights. Congratulations to everyone who participated and supported the SCTP and SASP!

Browning 725 Winner  – Larry Cooper, Tennessee
This raffle supported the Browning scholarship winner, Eric Long, Jr. who earned the $6,450 college scholarship.

Blaser F16 Winner – Mike King, Ohio
The Blaser F16 raffle supports SCTP scholarship recipients and the SCTP!

Beretta 960 Winner – Sue Tucker, Michigan

SKB 90TSS Trap Combo – Victoria Merrit, Kentucky

CZ-USA All American Trap – David Rivers, Tennessee

Browning BT-99 Midway Edition – Lori Batcheldor, Illinois
This gun was drawn from those who joined or renewed with a SSSF Supporting Membership during Nationals Week!

Kolar Low Max Gun Winner – Wayne Werner, Iowa
This raffle supported SCTP teams across the country with the opportunity for teams to earn additional funds to their Team Endowment accounts at the MidwayUSA Foundation based on total team ticket sales.

Here are the top teams earning MidwayUSA Foundation Team Endowment Funds via the Kolar raffle:

$8,000 – 1st place – BHS Demons (WI) – 617 tickets

$7,000 – 2nd place – St. Charles Shot Crew (IL) – 500 tickets

$6,000 – 3rd Place – Ida County (IA) – 479 tickets

$5,000 – 4th Place – Allen Eagles (TX) – 400 tickets

$4,000 – 5th Place – Mid Carolina Young Guns (SC) – 310 tickets

Missouri SASP Banquet a Success

On October 7th, 2017 the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) held a national fundraising banquet in Arnold Missouri at VFW Post 2593. We had great food and a good time was had by all, while raising funds to support the SASP National program. A special thanks to Shelly Cendroski head coach of the Arnold Jr. Shooters, and all the athletes, coaches and parents who helped with the event. We had firearms and other great items that were won and auctioned, thanks to our generous SASP national sponsors, including our Founding Partners GLOCK, Action Target, Smith & Wesson, and the NRA. If you are interested in when there is a banquet being held in your area or how to start a SASP youth shooting team, please contact SASP Interim National Director Rick Leach at rleach@sssfonline.com

Competitive Divisions and Handgun Selection for the SASP

Want to know more about how to compete in the Scholastic Action Shooting Program? If so, watch Tom Yost as he outlines the divisions and explains how to choose a handgun for the SASP. 
This chapter comes from a two-hour educational video geared toward coaches, parents and athletes interested in getting started in the SASP.

The video covers all aspects of the program including safety, equipment selection, action shooting fundamentals, coaching new athletes, the SASP competition format, season planning, and much more!

Watch this chapter on the SSSF YouTube Channel…

Order the DVD from the SSSF Online Store…


GLOCK – Founding Partner of Scholastic Action Shooting Program

GLOCK logoGLOCK, a Founding Partner of the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP), has been with the program since the beginning.

“Thank you so much for your continued support of the SASP,” Tammy Mowry,” national program director for the SASP, said.  “GLOCK is a leading global manufacturer of firearms and realizes the importance of youth being involved in the SASP program. Its dedication to our program speaks volumes.”

Ed Fitzgerald, GLOCK advertising manager, said, “As a founding partner of the Scholastic Action Shooting Program, GLOCK has thrown its full support towards helping create a competitive shooting discipline that can build positive experiences for young men and women that will last a lifetime.  With more and more schools adopting Competitive Shooting in both rifle and pistol disciplines, adult mentorship and student involvement is at record highs.  We salute the youth and adult leaders who are attending the National Championships for 2017.”

Coley Holding Court

Shane Coley
For those shooting in the Scholastic Pistol Program Nationals this week, program sponsor and firearms maker Glock brought in one of its big guns – Shane Coley.

Fresh from a six-year stint in the U.S. Army where he served with the famed U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit, Shane joined Team Glock earlier this summer taking on the role of team captain.

This week the 24 year old Mississippi native is working the pistol match helping the young shooters and along the way hopefully shedding some light on the secret ways of going fast for those looking to post personal records on the pistol ranges of the World Shooting & Recreational Complex here in Sparta, Illinois.

One secret Shane shared was on the subject of math, which probably wasn’t what most of the young shooters expected, or wanted now that school is out. But it is understanding the timing on each individual component of a shooting run and how they add up that he stressed. As well as the importance of working with an electronic shot timer.

For the parents watching Team Glock’s new top gun the questions during his morning seminar focused on reloading ammunition and whether or not an up and coming young shooter can make a living in the sport.

For Shane Coley the answer to that question is most definitely ‘Yes.’

Join GLOCK and SSSF Athletes in Taking Safety Pledge

GLOCK Safety Pledge
Siblings and SPP teammates John and Kaela Leach urge SSSF athletes
to take the GLOCK safety pledge.
During the June National Safety Month, GLOCK is taking the lead in encouraging shooters and gun-owning families to take firearms safety seriously by taking the GLOCK Safety Pledge.

Several SSSF athletes, including siblings and SPP teammates John and Kaela Leach, are being featured in social media messages urging their fellow athletes and gun owners to take the pledge.

Take the GLOCK Safety Pledge.

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