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Review NSCA Concurrent Categories

Have you ever wondered how you got to be an NSCA “Veteran” if you didn’t serve in the military, […]

Have you ever wondered how you got to be an NSCA “Veteran” if you didn’t serve in the military, or when you will move from one age-based concurrent category to another? For those who are new to NSCA or just need a refresher on NSCA concurrent categories, here is what you need to know.

NSCA concurrents are based on age or gender. For those based on age, eligibility is determined by the shooter’s age on the first day of the target year, and the shooter remains in that concurrent for the entire target year. Shooters may fit into one of these categories:

Sub-Junior Has not reached the 16th birthday by Jan. 1 of the target year
Junior Has not reached the 21st birthday
Veteran 55 years or older but less than 65
Super Veteran 65 years or older but less than 75
Sr. Super Veteran 75 years or older
Lady A female of any age

You can learn more about NSCA concurrents in the NSCA Rule Book. See page 23 (of the Sporting Clays, NSCA 5-Stand, Super Sporting & Parcours de Chasse edition).

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