The newest sport governed by the NSCA is Super Sporting. Each station has a total of three machines. The targets are launched as singles (one from each machine), and then changing pairs. The shooter attempts a single of each one, then a pair of A & B, then A & C, then B & C. Less stations may be required, but additional machines are needed. Super Sporting is slower than Sporting Clays.
- Typically, eight stations are used, with three machines each.
- A normal round is 100 targets.
- A round of Super Sporting requires 3-3.5 hours to complete.
- Targets should be mostly standard type, with a few midi, mini, rabbit and/or battue.
As in Sporting Clays, whether a staff member is present depends on the policy and equipment of the range.