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On behalf of your FSSA Directors, I want to wish you all a very merry Christmas, happy holidays and the very best for the new year.

Thank you for being an FSSA member. Your membership allows your state association to support our shooting programs and our members competing at the state, national and international level.

By now, members should have received a letter from FSSA, inviting you to our annual meeting on Saturday, January 25th. This year we will be meeting at the Geneva Community Center, located in Geneva, FL. You are invited to bring items for a swap meet, prior to the annual meeting. Included with your letter is a ballot for FSSA Director positions.

While FSSA is blessed to have a cadre of dedicated directors, we have many open director positions in need of being filled. We invite members to consider a position as one of FSSA's Directors. You will have a direct and positive opportunity to make FSSA a better state association. Please complete and return your ballot, including any write-ins or you may selfnomination. Please also let us know if you will be attending the annual meeting. We have some important Bylaw changes to vote on and need at least 25 voting members present, to consider and vote on the proposed changes, and other business.

If you have not received the annual message and ballot, please contact Doc Kokol at membership@flssa.org to check on your membership status.

FSSA is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. The FSSA website has a link for members and non-members to make a charitable contribution to our state association, and your gift may be tax deductible. Please consider a year-end donation at http://www.flssa.org. Click the link "Make a donation to FSSA". The donation can be designated to any of our discipline programs, our junior activities or our general fund. These activities are


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2019 Sunshine State Games

The 2019 Sunshine State Games are almost here!

The State of Florida created the Sunshine State Games to provide Florida’s citizens an Olympic-style sports festival they can call their own. The Sunshine State Games, now in its fourth decade of competition, is the nation’s oldest State Games and is Florida’s largest and longest standing multi-sport festival. The mission of the Games is to provide quality competition for Florida’s amateur athletes of all ages and skill levels. Whether you have Olympic aspirations or are a weekend warrior, there is a place in the Sunshine State Games for you!  The Sunshine State Games is conducted under the auspices of the Florida Sports Foundation, a direct-support organization of the State of Florida. 

To find a shooting sport you might be interested in, visit https://sunshinestategames.com/sport-shooting/.  There is something offered for just about everyone!  Find your sport, or try something new!


The NRA and CMP National Pistol Championships were held July 8-14 at Camp Perry, OH. The weather was beautiful this year, with only one day in the 90’s and the rest were mid 80’s, and no rain! Definitely not Florida! Some might argue that the wind was a bit blustery, but it wouldn’t be Perry without it!

Here are the final results:

Nat'l Champ: Keith Sanderson, 2647 – 111X

Second Place: Jonathan Shue, 2645 – 127X

Third Place: Adam Sokolowski, 2640 – 139X

Metallic Nat'lChamp: Mason Talbert, 2589 – 93X

Woman Champ: Lisa Emmert, 2586 – 82X

Senior Champ: Philip Hamphill, 2610 – 122X

Grand Senior Champ: John Rochon, 2561 – 76X

Collegiate Champ: Lisa Emmert, 2586 – 82X

Junior Champ: Samuel Kwon, 2412 – 50X

FSSA fielded an Expert team with Sue Carter, John Gemmill, Mark Goodman, Murad Hanov and Dave Vinkler. We had


69th Annual Fiesta of Five Flags Pistol Match

May 4-5, 2019

2019 Results Bulletin Has Arrived!

This is an NRA Precision Pistol Regional Tournament with roots at our club going back to the early 1950s. In addition to the NRA 2700 aggregate regional match, the tournament will also feature the NRA Distinguished Revolver match (30 rounds) as well as the Civilian Marksmanship Program "Excellence in Competition" matches for both service pistol and rimfire pistol (both 30 rounds).


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