4-H Shooting Sports
Shooting Sports is a safe, fun and challenging activity that can become a lifelong passion to be shared with the entire family. The safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment is the primary focus of the 4-H Shooting Sports program. Members will improve their marksmanship skills, have the opportunity to compete, and learn self-discipline and personal responsibility. All 4-H shooting sports leaders must attend a state training workshop and become certified in their shooting discipline before serving as project leaders.
The purpose of the Teton County 4-H Shooting Sports program is to educate youth about the safe handling and operation of firearms, as well as provide a safe environment where both youth and adults can enjoy shooting sports. This project is designed to enhance a young shooter’s experience and teach them the basics of safe and effective shooting.
Shooting sports Membership:
To enroll in 4-H shooting sports, youth must be nine years old by Oct. 1, of the current 4-H year. The only exception is the BB Safety course which is open to those turning 8 years old by Oct. 1 of the current 4-H year and Cowboy Action Shooting which requires that 4-H members turn 12 years old by Oct. 1 of the current 4-H year.