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.
Colorado 4-H State Shooting Sport Events
Thanks to all who were able to attend the 2022 Shooting Sports Leader Trainings!
2023 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Training
- Look for 2023 Dates and Locations in the coming months!
- As a reminder volunteers must be fully enrolled and active in 4-H Online prior to registering for a training.
2022 Colorado State 4-H Shooting Sports Championships
Save The Date(s):
- August 20-21 in Pueblo & Surrounding Areas – .22 Rifle, Air Rifle, Muzzleloader, Air Pistol, Archery
- Squadding Lists
- .22 Rifle – Jr
- .22 Rifle – Sr
- Archery – Jr
- Archery – Sr
- Muzzleloading – Jr
- Muzzleloading – Sr
- Air Rifle – Jr/Sr – Saturday 8/20
- Air Rifle – Jr/Sr – Sunday 8/21
- Squadding Lists
- September 3-4 in Colorado Springs – Shotgun, .22 Pistol
2022 Printable Scorecards
- .22 Pistol
- Archery: Jr – FITA 3D
- Archery: Sr – FITA 3D
State Championships Rulebook (Updated January 2021)
Attention 4-H State Championships Air Rifle Participants
After much discussion among State 4-H Shooting Sports Championship Superintendents it has been determined that the updated version of the Crossman Challenger air rifle model #CH 2021, is not eligible for 4-P Air Rifle classes. Potential updates and edits such as the description of eligible air rifles will be reviewed by the State 4-H Shooting Sports Advisory Committee this fall and any edits or changes to the rules will be reflected in the rules after that time.
More contest details and schedule information will be shared in the near future.
- 2021 Colorado 4-H State Shooting Sports State Championships Alternate Format Results
- 2020 Colorado 4-H State Shooting Sports State Championships Alternate Format Results
- 2019 Colorado 4-H State Shooting Sports State Championships Results
General Information, Rulebook & Ambassadors
Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Information
Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassador Information
- 2022 Ambassador Application (coming soon)
- Current Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassadors
- Lucas Ng – Weld County
- Jessica Laffey – Larimer County
- Dominic Richey- Elbert County
- Allyson Neal – Pueblo County
- Ryer Roberts – Mesa County
- Nate Rogers – Larimer County
- Rhyse Campion – Boulder County
- Makayla Baker – Las Animas
- Ena Gibson – Weld County
Youth Handgun Safety Act Resources
Project Child Safe
A parent’s guide to youth mental health and preventing authorized access to firearms
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 & Opportunities
4-H Shooting Sports County Invitationals & Activities
National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships
2022 National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships Team List
Congratulations to all! Thank you for representing Colorado 4-H!
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