Shooting Sports

    Shooting Sports

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    Boy shooting Rifle
    4-H Shooting Sports gives opportunities to youth and volunteers. Youth can be involved through 4-H State Contests or the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational. Volunteers can become an instructor to reach more youth in their area.

    National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational

    Hundreds of youth gather every year to compete in the various shooting disciplines at the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational. This year it will take place on June 21-26, 2015 in Grand Island, Nebraska. To qualify for this event any active 4-H member who is 14 years of age or older on September 1, 2014, and who meets all requirements listed here is eligible to apply.

    *Please note: you can only compete in a given even/discipline once, so make sure you are ready.

    To register for this event contact Kevin Kesler - or 435-797-0930.

    For questions or a verbal synopsis of what to expect at the event contact Kyanne Prandsen - or 435-512-9397

    Forms and Information

    2015 National Event Synopsis

    2015 General Rules

    For more information: Click Here

    Sign up to become a certified 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor by contacting Kevin Kesler - Please look at your calendar and have some dates picked out. Training lasts about 8-10 hours and a range will need to be reserved for our use.

    Subjects covered: How to be a 4-H Leader, how to manage a range safely, and a brief overview of all the different disciplines. 

    In order to become a 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor volunteers need to be Hunter Certified. To find out more about certification click here: Utah Hunter Education.

    We recommend the following guides available at various stores throughout the state.
    The Hunter Education Manual
    The Hunter's Guide

    Contact your County Extension Office to find out more about Shooting Sports in your area!