NSSA and NSCA initiated the Crossfire Program as a member benefit to increase opportunities for registered shooting in both disciplines. The Crossfire Program provides that NSSA and NSCA members may shoot registered targets in both Skeet and Sporting Clays without paying an additional membership fee. NSSA members receive a Crossfire NSCA identification number that allows them to shoot registered Sporting Clays, and NSCA members get a Crossfire NSSA number for shooting registered Skeet. Shooting awards based on existing criteria in each discipline are available to Crossfire participants.
The first time you shoot under the Crossfire program at an event, you have the option of shooting as a registered shooter and registering your targets OR shooting in Hunter Class and not registering your targets. However, as soon as you decide to shoot registered targets, you MUST register all other targets in that discipline for the rest of the shoot year. At the beginning of each new shoot year, the process starts over; you have the option to register the targets or shoot Hunter Class until you actually decide to shoot registered targets.
Once the results have been recorded at Headquarters, the shooter will receive a Classification Card. Classification at a Crossfire participant’s first shoot will be based on NSSA and NSCA rules.
Crossfire credentials only allow a member to register targets in the secondary discipline; it does not qualify them to vote in elections of the secondary discipline, nor does it qualify the member to participate in the Certified Instructor program of the secondary discipline. Voting rights and participation in the Certified Instructor program require membership in that discipline.
Membership cards have a member number for both organizations.