State 4-H Shooting Sports and Wildlife Invitational
Other shooting sports pages of interest:
- Shooting Sports National Championships
- Shooting Sports & Wildlife Project page
- Shooting Sports & Wildlife certification and training
About the Shooting Sports and Wildlife Invitational
The 4-H Shooting Sports & Wildlife Invitational event involves approximately 800 young people in the following areas: archery, muzzle loader, shotgun, air rifle, .22 Rifle, air pistol, silhouette fun shoot, and skill-a-thon. It culminates the year-long shooting and wildlife project. More than 16 events are awarded to 10 places.
Who can participate?
4-H youth in grades 3-13 who have completed the required member certification hours under the guidance of a certified instructor and eight hours of wildlife education. Counties that send participants must have certified instructors in 4-H Shooting Sports & Wildlife methodology and safety or work with a county that has certified instructors.
Cloverbuds may not participate in the invitational. Youth who have completed third grade may participate in BB gun. Youth who have completed fourth grade may participate in other designated events.
2017 state results
Final results posted Sept. 11, 2017
To get involved with the 4-H shooting sports program, contact your county 4-H staff.
4-H Youth development educator