The NSCA FITASC Grand Slam Tour is a four-shoot series that crowns the NSCA FITASC Grand Slam Tour Champion, as well as Concurrent Champions. The four events replace the FITASC World Cup and Grand Prix events on the NSCA Championship Tour and do not count for FITASC’s Beretta Cup or World Cup. The events are open to any NSCA member.
At each of the tour stops for the FITASC Grand Slam custom rings will be awarded to the Class Champions, provided by the host club. At the National Championship, the overall National FITASC Grand Slam Tour Champion and Concurrent Tour Champions will be awarded custom rings made by Jostens.
National and Concurrent Champions are determined by competitors’ three best scores, based on win points 1st through 10th. First place at each event will be awarded 10 points, 2nd place will be awarded 9 points, etc. Points will follow shoot-off results, and in the case of ties not shot off, all competitors with the same score will receive that place’s win points (i.e., if three shooters tie for 8th place, they will all get 3 points, and the next highest score(s) will receive 2 points). The competitors’ best three event point totals will be combined to determine the National Tour standings. Ties will be broken by a shoot-off shot head to head at the National Championship.
2021 NSCA FITASC Grand Slam Tour
|March 8-14, 2021||AZ State Shoot/B&P FITASC Slam||Coyote Springs Sporting Clays||AZ|
|April 28 – May 2, 2021||Southeast Regional||The Meadows||GA|
|May 19 – 23, 2021||Northeast Regional||M&M Sporting Clays||NJ|
|October 22 – 31, 2021||National Championship||National Shooting Complex||TX|
2022 NSCA FITASC Grand Slam Tour
|March 28 – April 3, 2022||Western Regional||Coyote Springs Sporting Clays||AZ|
|June 14 – 19, 2022||South Central Regional||Providence Hill Farms||MS|
|July 27 – 31, 2022||North Central Regional||Northbrook Sports Club||IL|
|August 17 – 21, 2022||Northeast Regional||Hopkins Game Farm||MD|