The Living History Member Record Book is almost out of stock. If you still need one, please download and print this PDF. We are looking ahead to a revised edition in 2021.
Welcome to Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports!
To teach life skills to 4-H youth through the shooting sports curriculum and activities that will enable boys and girls to reach fullest potential as capable, caring and contributing citizens.
Eight basic disciplines are available: Archery, Crossbow, Hunting & Wildlife, Living History, Muzzleloading, Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun Western Heritage. All disciplines are taught by Trained 4-H Certified Instructors. Some advanced disciplines are available with the basic discipline prerequisites successfully completed.
The Ohio 4-H Planning Guide for In-Person Meetings & Events guidelines provide expectations for all members, volunteers, and their families while participating in 4-H club meetings and activities during COVID-19. Please review the entire document before hosting or participating in any 4-H activities. Guidelines to specific 4-H shooting sports are on page 8.
|Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports News|
|Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports Brochures|
|Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports State Training||Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports Forms|
|Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports Definitions and Policies||Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports Endowment Fund|
|Shooting Sports Instructors Quarterly Report Form||4-H Shooting Sports Projects & Stories|
|National 4-H Shooting Sports Code of Ethics||Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports Club Announcements|
|Kids 'n' Guns||Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports Trailer|
|Shooting Sports Foundations, Associations & Manufactures||The Ohio 4-H Volunteer Handbook|
|Ohio 4-H Shooting Education Camp Pictures|
Ohio State Fair 4-H Shooting Sports Public Speaking Contest & Demonstration Contest. Registration Deadline is July, 1
Ohio 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Cards