trap, skeet, sporting clays &
The Fort Kearny Shooting Sports Association (FKSSA) is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of age-old sports, with a special emphasis on youth education and training.
Originally incorporated on Mar. 1, 1940
as the Fort Kearney Wild Life Club, the organization was brought out of dormancy and renewed as the Fort Kearny Shooting Sports Association.
Future plans include the addition of fishing, archery, camping and other outdoor activities. Everyone can enjoy these sports as age, gender or physical ability will not limit your enjoyment. Every new shooter can tell you how exciting it is to hit the target and, whether participating as age, gender, ethnicity or physical ability will not limit your enjoyment. Every shooter can tell you how exciting it is to hit the target, and whether they shoot in competition or just for the challenge of self-improvement, they soon become shooting enthusiasts.
Shooting sports offer avenues of self-discovery
as well as channels of connection between the generations.
The opportunity to spend time in nature has a positive impact on young people and studies show that children who spend time outdoors have higher levels of self-confidence and increased levels of intelligence. Shooting teaches discipline, patience, mental concentration, quiet determination and a love of nature. It is a versatile sport and can be a team effort, a single person endeavor, or a time of communion and communication for multi-generation groups. What child wouldn’t remember a day at the range with a beloved grandparent or mentor?
Get In Touch with Us
PO Box 581
Kearney, NE 68848
or just stop in to see us and we would be happy to help you!
115th and Poole Road
Kearney, NE 68848 (Google doesn’t have us right)
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The FKSSA is a registered member of the following organizations:
National Rifle Association (NRA) | National Sporting Clays Association |National Shooting Sports Association
National Skeet Association | Nebraska Trap Association