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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

Colorado 4-H State Shooting Sport Events

Colorado State 4-H Shooting Sports Championships

The 2021 Colorado State 4-H Shooting Sports Championships will be conducted using the alternate format similar to that used in 2020.  The decision to follow the alternate format for 2021 will allow for all counties to begin planning for State Championships activities earlier.  Even with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions, there are still many variables and unknowns that must be considered regarding the status of State, County & University COVID-19 guidelines at the end of August.  These variables and unknown factors may have significant impacts on the ability of County and State programs to coordinate and deliver an event(s) the size and scope of the Colorado State 4-H Shooting Sports Championships.  Therefore, following the alternate format for the 2021 Colorado State 4-H Shooting Sports Championships will help to ensure that all 4-H members who are eligible to compete in the State Championships have the opportunity to do so.  Counties will be encouraged to work together to coordinate alternate format State Championships events.  More information regarding the 2021 State 4-H Shooting Sports Championships alternate format will be shared as it becomes available in the near future.

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General Information, Rulebook & Ambassadors

Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Information

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Colorado 4-H Shooting Sports Ambassador Information

      • 2021 Ambassador Application
      • 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 & Opportunities

4-H Shooting Sports County Invitationals & Activities

2020 Virtual 4-H Orion Scoring Training Resources

  • Orion Class Match Setup File – Excel
  • Orion Shooting Sports Training File – Excel
  • Trap Score Cards – PDF
  • Recorded Training

National Events

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