Human growth and development is the primary goal of the 4-H shooting sports program. Shooting sports are an outstanding way to provide human growth and development opportunities. Introducing safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment opens valuable vocational and life long recreational education. Listed below are resources and program information for 4-H members to get started in the shooting sports program.
There are currently no volunteer certifications or workshops scheduled at this time.
Find the 2020-2021 Shooting Sports contest dates, flyers, registration forms, additional contest information and results listed below.
|August||Saturday, August 29||Sporting Clays||Quail Ridge Sporting Clay - McLoud|
|September||Saturday, September 26||Skeet||Oil Capital Rod & Gun Club - Broken Arrow|
|October||Saturday, October 3||Outdoor Archery||Payne County Fairgrounds - Stillwater|
|Saturday, October 17||.22 Rifle & Pistol||Oklahoma City Gun Club - Arcadia|
|Saturday, October 24||Trap||Oklahoma Trap & Skeet – El Reno|
|November||Saturday, November 7||Muzzleloader||Oklahoma City Gun Club - Arcadia|
|January||Saturday, January 30||Air Rifle & Pistol||Payne County Fairgrounds - Stillwater|
- Skeet | September 26
- Outdoor Archery | October 3
- .22 Rifle and Pistol |October 17
- Trap | October 24
- Muzzleloader | November 7
2020 Contest Results