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Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Program

Welcome to the Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Information Page!

Thank you to our  volunteers, staff and sponsors for their support of Colorado 4-H Youth Development programming across the state.

State Events

State 4-H Shooting Sport Events

Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Trainings
Please see the dates below for the upcoming tentative Colorado State 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Trainings.  The disciplines offered at each training are also listed below.  Registrations via 4HOnline will open approximately 6 weeks prior to the start of each training.  4-H volunteers must be approved, enrolled and active in 4HOnline prior to registering for the trainings.  Do not delay the volunteer enrollment or re-enrollment process. 

*Tentative training format and agendas will be emailed to registered participants after the training registration closes per training.

 **Space is limited for each discipline per training and the discipline will be closed once the maximum number of participants has been reached.**

** Should a discipline not reach the minimum number of required participants the discipline may be dropped from the training.**

  • Morgan County: March 6, 7; (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun and Archery)  Flyer | Instructions
    Registration Closes: 11:59 PM on February 19th
  • Larimer County: March 13, 14; (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun and
    Archery)
    Flyer     Closes: 11:59 PM on February 26th
  • Pueblo County: March 20, 21; (All Disciplines)  Registration:  OPENING IS DELAYED/TBD    Closes: 11:59 PM on TBD 

          • The opening of the Pueblo County training registration will be delayed pending County Health Department approval.  More information will be shared when it becomes available.
  • Garfield County: March 27, 28; (Rifle, Pistol, Shotgun, Archery, Muzzleloading) Registration:  Opens Tentatively January 29th    Closes: 11:59 PM on March 12thth
  • TBD : April 10, 11


General Information, Rulebook & Ambassadors

Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Information

Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassador Information

      • 2021 Ambassador Application (coming Summer 2021)
      • Current Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassadors
        • Grace Corcoran – Pueblo County
        • Abagail Richardson – Fremont County
        • Dawson Jansson – Park County
        • Kaitlyn Ng – Weld County
        • Hailey Forar – Jefferson County
        • Montana Goodman – Morgan County
        • Aili Gibson – Weld County
        • Mary Amoroso – Jefferson County
        • Ryer Roberts – Mesa County
        • Allyson Neal – Pueblo County
        • Lucas Ng – Weld County
        • Dominic Richey – Elbert County
        • Jessica Laffey – Larimer County

Youth Handgun Safety Act Resources

4-H Shooting Sports Leader Certificate and
Hunter Safety Upload Instructions

  • 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Workshop Certificate (updates coming soon)
  • Hunter Safety Card Upload Instructions (updates coming soon)

    • Reminder

      There is not a State 4-H hunter safety completion requirement for youth to enroll in a 4-H Shooting Sports project. The decision to require a hunter safety card for participation in certain events and activities such as County 4-H Shooting Sports practices and contests lies with the county. If a hunter safety requirement is in place at the County level, it should not affect project enrollment or completion.

      As a risk management tool; there is a hunter safety card requirement for youth to participate in the State 4-H Shooting Sports Championships, which is not a required activity for 4-H project completion.

Manufacturer Recall Information


County Events & Invites

4-H Shooting Sports County Invitationals & Activities

2020 Virtual 4-H Orion Scoring Training Resources


National Events & Invites

National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships

National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships

As a result of the 2020 National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships cancellation.  We would like to take the opportunity to recognize the State 4-H Shooting Sports Teams and congratulate all of the 2020 Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports National Qualifiers.

2020 Air Pistol Team
Abby Fetzer – Weld County
Spencer Ashley – Routt County
Aaron Ehrlich – Weld County
Ezekial Cabrera – Elbert County
COACH: Mark Karns – Weld County
2020 Air Rifle Team
Leah Halder – Routt County
Joey Gates – Moffat County
Riley Mills – Fremont County
Matthew Owens – Fremont County
COACH: John Halder – Routt County
2020 Compound Archery Team
Christopher Hill – Moffat County
Antonio Moltrer – Las Animas County
Alexander Nichols – Moffat County
Coby Hudson – Mesa County
COACH: Shawn Polly – Moffat County
2020 Muzzleloading Team
Samantha Guthrie – Elbert County
Dominic Richey – Elbert County
Benjamin Smith – Garfield County
Skye Beyale – Montezuma County
COACH: Jim Carriker – Elbert County
2020 Recurve Archery Team
Jackson Leafgren – Weld County
Sarah Liepold – Jefferson County
Brandon Madsen – Moffat County
Eli Navant – Jefferson County
COACH: Tim Seltzer – Weld County
2020 Shotgun Team
Tanner Coble – Boulder County
Bryce Roberts – Pueblo County
Logan “Ty” Blackwell – Moffat County
Derek Knutzen – Washington County
COACH: Ben Coble – Boulder County
2020 (Smallbore) .22 Pistol Team
Hailey Forar – Jefferson County
Domenic Baldwin – Otero County
Reese Metzler – Elbert County
Charlotte Mick – Larimer County
COACH: Karl Forar – Jefferson County
2020 (Smallbore) .22 Rifle Team
Leah Fetzer – Weld County
Libby Schelich – Weld County
Wyatt Patton – Weld County
Nicholas Freeland – Larimer County
COACH: Matt Fetzer – Weld County