4-H Shooting Sports in Ravalli County
To enroll in 4-H shooting sports, youth must be nine years old on Oct. 1 of the current 4-H year.
Shooting Sports is a safe, fun and challenging activity that can become a lifelong passion to be shared with the entire family. The safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment is the primary focus of the 4-H Shooting Sports program. Members will improve their marksmanship skills, have the opportunity to compete, and learn self-discipline and personal responsibility. All 4-H shooting sports leaders must attend a state training workshop and become certified in their shooting discipline before serving as project leaders.
All 4-H Shooting Sports curriculum is only to be used by a 4-H member enrolled in County Shooting Sports programs led by a 4-H certified Shooting Sports leader. No Shooting Sports projects that involve firearms, airguns or archery equipment may be taken independently without a certified leader.
4-H SMALL BORE RIFLE & PISTOL
Season: June - August
- Register by Friday, May 28 or until full (limited to 8 youth per discipline)
- Parent/Guardian Meeting with Members – Sunday, June 6 at 4 PM
- Season starts Tuesday, June 8 for Rifle and Thursday, June 10 for Pistol
- Practice will be weekly through August 24 (Start time 6:00 PM)
- Registration dues include equipment, supplies, 4-H manual and record books
Season: 2020-2021 season cancelled, check back soon for workshops offered in 2021!
- If you are interested in Archery workshops, please enroll in the Archery project to be contacted for event registration(s).
- Contact: Hope Earp, 961-4615
4-H AIR RIFLE & PISTOL
Season: 2020-2021 season cancelled due to vacancy of Certified Shooting Sports Leaders.
- Are you interested in helping as a Certified Leader with Air Gun? Please contact Annie for more informaiton and training dates.
Contact: Annie Bauer, 406-375-6611
Are you interested in: 4-H BB Gun Safety, Muzzleloading and Hunting/Wildlife?
We need adults to become certified at a 4-H Shooting Sports training and become a 4-H Leader to offer these additional opportunities in 4-H. Contact your MSU Extension Office for details!
A complete schedule of events can be found on the Montana State 4-H website.
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