The Tennessee 4-H Shooting Sports Program is a volunteer-led program that teaches life skills and STEM principles through shooting sports. Youth learn safety and shooting techniques in the disciplines of air pistol, archery, hunting, muzzleloader, rifle, and shotgun. This program is affiliated with National 4-H Shooting Sports. Contact your county Extension office for more information on joining 4-H and the opportunities in your county.
To understand more about 4-H Shooting Sports, watch this video.
Be a Certified 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor. “4-H Certified” means that you are versed in the areas of youth development AND shooting sports. If you want to lead a group of young people in the 4-H Shooting Sports Program, you must become certified through a Tennessee 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Certification Workshop.
- March 25, 2023 – 4-H BB, Air Pistol, and Air Rifle Jamboree – Murfreesboro –Air Rifle and Air Pistol qualifying for the 4-H Invitational, Sept. 16, 2023; BB qualifying for the Daisy BB Nationals in Summer 2023
- March 31- April 1, 2023 – 4-H Archery Jamboree – TTU Hyder-Burks Pavilion, Cookeville – Qualifying for the 4-H Invitational, Sept. 16, 2023
- May 6, 2023 – 4-H Shotgun Jamboree – Nashville Gun Club, Nashville, TN – Qualifying for the 4-H Invitational, Sept. 16, 2023
- June 25- 30, 2023 – National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships – Grand Island, Nebraska
- September 16, 2023 – 4-H Invitational – Lone Oaks Farm, Middleton
Rules, Registration & Results
- BB Jamboree Results 2023
- Air Rifle Jamboree Results 2023
- Archery Jamboree Results 2023
- Air Rifle Invitational Results 2023
- Archery Invitational Results 2023
- Shotgun Invitational Results 2023
- Shotgun Jamboree JR Overall Results 2023
- Shotgun Jamboree SR Overall Results 2023
- Shotgun Jamboree JR Team Results 2023
- Shotgun Jamboree SR Team Results 2023
Registration forms for competitions can be found on our Forms and Materials page
4-H Target Smart Camp
4-H Target Smart Camp is a program of Tennessee 4-H Shooting Sports. It is for youth who are enrolled in grades six through nine. At camp youth learn appropriate skills to succeed in a variety of shooting sports and related areas such as archery, riflery, shotgun use, muzzleloading, and outdoor skills. Programs emphasize safety, correct form, and responsible use.
Dates – May 29 – June 2, 2023
Location – Clyde M. York 4-H Center, Crossville
Cost – TBD
* Transportation is the responsibility of individual participants.
- Annual County 4-H Shooting Sports Reporting Forms
- Tennessee 4-H Shooting Sports Official Guidelines
- 2022 Tennessee National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships Delegation