N.C. 4-H Shooting Sports Program
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Welcome to the NC 4-H Shooting Sports program! The 4-H Shooting Sports Program is a youth development education program, which uses a prevention education model that strongly emphasizes positive youth-adult interaction and peer leadership. It uses skills and disciplines of safe shooting and conservation to assist young people and their leaders in attaining knowledge and developing essential life skills. The program can enhance family communications and quality time together. It creates an environment for a caring relationship between a young person and a significant adult, whether this is a family member, other adult, or teen volunteer. These activities provide the opportunity for immediate gratification to the youth and satisfaction and self-worth to the adult/teen leader who acts as teacher and role model for younger 4-H youth members. The program relies on 4-H certified instructors to conduct classes in the various disciplines (archery, pistol, shotgun, muzzle loading, rifle, wildlife/hunting, and coordinator).
Each local program is guided under the administration of the 4-H County Extension Agent and must be guided and delivered by an instructor that has been certified by the NC 4-H Shooting Sports Coordinator, registered in the 4-H Online system and endorsed as a volunteer through the N.C. Cooperative Extension background check process.
The primary focus of the North Carolina 4-H Shooting Sports program shall be the total development of the young person.
Below are several resources to help answer any questions you may have about the NC 4-H Shooting Sports Program. If you have questions about the NC 4-H Shooting Sports Program, contact Charles Young at email@example.com or 336-877-6811 or contact your local N.C. Cooperative Extension Center. To view COVID-19 protocols, click here.
- 2022 State Tournament Results
- 2023 Hunter Skills Tournament registration
- Resources for the hunter skills tournament are at the bottom of this page.
NC 4-H Shooting Sports Program Resources
Introduction of NC 4-H Shooting Sports Program
What is a 4-H Shooting Sports Club?
A 4-H Shooting Sports Club is a 4-H Club that offers programming in the Shooting Sports as one of its main functions. It should be a 4-H Club in all aspects, including charter, youth officers, regular business meetings, and participation in regular 4-H activities including county council, presentations, project records, community service and any other regular 4-H activity. To register, you must contact your local County 4-H Extension at your local County Extension Center.
Starting a Shooting Sports 4-H Club
Minimum Standards of a Shooting Sports 4-H Club
Best Management Practices of a Shooting Sports 4-H Club
4-H Club Development Resources
- NC 4-H Club Forms, Guidelines & Procedures
- NC 4HOnline
- Sample Bylaws
- NC 4-H Club Financial Guidelines
- Bill of Rights for Members
Instructor Training Information
Instructor Training for 4-H Volunteers is held twice a year, provided by the NC 4-H Shooting Sports Coordinator.
2023 Shooting Sports Dates
Jan 14 Hunter Skills Tournament TCYSS range
Jan 21 National practice Millstone
Feb 11 National practice Millstone
March 18 National practice Millstone
April 1 Instructor training Millstone Register
April 8 National practice Millstone
April 22 Instructor Training Big Ivy Register
April 29 CMP Eastern Games-Rimfire
May 20 National practice Millstone
June 10 National practice Millstone
June 25-30 Nationals-Grand Island NE
August 12 West Regional
Polk Co Gun Club
August 19th Central Region Tournament
August 26 East Region Tournament
Eastern 4-H Center
September 30 State Tournament
October 28 Instructor Training
Eastern 4-H Center
Online training modules for 4-H Shooting Sports
This training is for instructor candidates that have not previously completed this National based training. Cost is $20.
NC 4-H Shooting Sports Advisory Committee
- COVID-19 guidelines
- National 4-H Shooting Sports Risk Management Plan
- Emergency Action Plan
- Equipment Guidelines
- Equipment Inventory Spreadsheet
- Injury Report Form
- Federal Pistol Waiver Form – Youth Handgun Safety Act
NC 4-H State Shooting Sports Tournament
- West Shooting Sports Qualifying Tournament
- Central Shooting Sports Qualifying Tournament
- Eastern Shooting Sports Qualifying Tournament
NC 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament Rules and Regulations 2023
NC 4-H Hunting Skills Rules and Format
- 2022 State Tournament (available live during tournament)
- 2022 West Region Tournament
- 2022 Central Regional Tournament
- 2022 East Regional Tournament