About the 4-H Shooting Sports Project
Learn all about safe operation of firearms and archery equipment! You can participate in archery, outdoor skills, muzzle loading/black powder, pistol, rifle, and shotgun. Disciplines offered depend on the availability of certified 4-H shooting sports instructors.
Contact the Marion County 4-H office:
Shooting Sports Project Resources
You can learn more about shooting sports by completing a project activity guide:
Project manuals may also be available to purchase at the Marion County Extension office, and older editions of manuals (if available) are free. Contact us to ask about availability!
Keep track of what you learn using a record sheet:
- Shooting Sports Exhibit Record Sheet
- Shooting Sports Summary Record Sheet
- Shooting Sports Personal Goals Record
- Shooting Sports Meeting Record
- Shooting Sports Independent Study Record Sheet (Advanced)
- Shooting Sports Independent Study Record Sheet (Mentoring)
Showcasing What You’ve Learned
You can create a project exhibit to showcase what you’ve learned while working your project. Project exhibits are submitted for judging at the annual Marion County Showcase.
- Shooting sports exhibit guidelines for 4-H members grades 3-12. There are different guidelines based on your age/grade level.
- Marion County 4-H poster exhibit guidelines and tips
- A reference list must be included with your poster.
Advancing to the State Fair
- Yes! Shooting sports projects exhibits from 4-H members grades 3-12 are eligible to advance to the State Fair.
Cloverbuds (Grades K-2)
You must be a 4-H member in grades 3 and up to participate in the shooting sports project.
More Shooting Sports Project Resources
- See Indiana 4-H’s shooting sports project page for more resources.