2019 State Shooting Results
2019 County Shooting Results
*Note: Search for 2018 under Douglas County Shooting Sports. Targets were uploaded with the wrong year.
2020 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Training Dates
Shooting Sports Training Workshop Dates Training details and registration will open via 4HOnline tentatively in mid-January. 4-H Shooting Sports Leaders and Volunteers, please remember that Volunteers must be approved and enrolled 4-H Volunteers, have completed all State and County Volunteer requirements and be active in 4HOnline prior to registering for the trainings. Please plan accordingly in terms of the Volunteer application process. Do not delay!
- March 13-15, Weld County (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun & Archery)
- March 20-22, Pueblo County (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun, Archery, Muzzleloader, Western Heritage & Hunting/Outdoor Skills)
- March 27-29, Garfield County (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun, Archery, Muzzleloader, Western Heritage & Hunting/Outdoor Skills)
- April 3-5, Arapahoe County (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun & Archery)
- Orion Training (April 4th only)
County Shooting Sports Information and Forms
State Shoot T-shirt Order Form
Attention All .22 Pistol and Western Heritage Project Members
Any member participating in .22 pistol and Western Heritage Project must complete a 4-H Youth Handgun Consent Form. Members are to keep a signed copy with them while participating in the live fire portions of the .22 Pistol and Western Heritage projects. This includes transport to and from 4-H Shooting Sports practices, contests and events.
A copy of the signed and completed form will need to be on file at the Extension Office. We would also encourage club and county project leaders who are responsible for live fire practices in the .22 Pistol and Western Heritage projects to also maintain copies of the signed member forms and have a file with them on hand during practices, contests and events.
To upload your hunter safety card (front of card only is needed) and the completed signed .22 Pistol/Western Heritage form onto 4honline.com, see instructions below:
Learn more about Western Heritage: