National Shooting Sports Program
The National Shooting Sports Program ( NSSP ) is a special program of Royal Rangers that promotes the safe and responsible participation in shooting sports by Royal Rangers Members. Launched in May of 2001, the NSSP exists to support the mission and purpose of Royal Rangers, while promoting a safe and rewarding shooting sports experience for all.
Designed to capture the interests of a wide range of young men and boys, the NSSP is a creative and exciting program where discipline and self-control is celebrated, and where the mentoring mission of Royal Rangers can be fully incorporated, Interactive and lasting friendships, fun activities, and fulfilling advancement plans based on Royal Rangers merit guidelines provide boys with the opportunity to develop their shooting skills by participating in a variety of shooting sports disciplines. The challenge of individual and team competition extends from the Outpost to National Championships.
About the Nssp
In the "About Us" video for Royal Rangers NSSP, we invite you to delve into the heart of our program's mission and values. Through captivating visuals and heartfelt testimonials, you'll gain insight into the transformative journey that young Rangers embark upon. From fostering essential life skills through shooting sports to nurturing a strong sense of responsibility and teamwork, this video provides a window into the impactful experiences that shape our participants. Discover the dedicated mentors and the close-knit community that make Royal Rangers NSSP a powerful platform for personal growth and adventure. Whether you're a potential participant, a parent, or a supporter, this video embodies the essence of who we are and why we're committed to shaping the leaders of tomorrow.
NSSP and Royal Rangers Competitions
Royal Rangers have the opportunity to develop their shooting skills by getting involved in the NSSP through a variety of shooting sports disciplines. The challenge of individual and team competition extends from the Outpost to National Championships. In addition, it is no coincidence that four of the six shooting disciplines offered by the NSSP are also Olympic competition categories. We are hopeful that someday, a Royal Ranger will be competing on the world-stage at the Olympics.