4-H Shooting Sports in Davis County is a very successful program led by certified National Rifle Association (NRA) and certified 4-H Shooting Sports instructors. In shooting sports youth, ages 8 to 18 will participate in .22 rifle shooting, shotgun shooting, and archery.
Youth must have passed a hunter education course and received their “Blue Card” in order to shoot .22 rifles and shotguns. If youth do not have their blue card, they can still participate but will need to shoot pellet air rifles at the shooting range.
Throughout the year 4-H hosts hunter education classes where youth can get their blue card. Dates for these hunter education classes will be posted as they come available. To review the 4-H Shooting Sports curriculum, click here.
4-H in Davis County is very fortunate to have outstanding 4-H Shooting Sports Instructors in Davis County. Our lead instructors are Paul and Jeanne Roubinet. Paul is NRA Certified, 4-H Certified, a Utah Hunter Education Instructor and also a Range Officer for the Wasatch Shooting Range. We are also fortunate to have PJ Roubinet and Jeff Blankinship as 4-H Shooting Sports Instructors. PJ is NRA Certified, 4-H Certified, a Utah Hunter Education Instructor and a Range Officer for the Wasatch Shooting Range. Jeff is a Certified Range Instructor with the Wasatch Shooting Range.
In 2013, Davis County’s 4-H Shooting Sports team took 1st in State at 4-H State Contests in Logan. To see directions to the Wasatch Shooting Range in East Kaysville/East of Highway 89, click here.
Annual Shooting Schedule 2017
- March 11th 2-5pm Rifle Bay 1A & 1B
- April 8th 2-5pm Shotgun Bay 1A
- May 6th 3-6pm Rifle 1A & 1B
- June 3rd 4-7pm Shotgun Bay 1A
- June 8rd 7-8:30pm Archery USU Botanical Center
- July 1st 4-7pm Rifle Bay 1A & 1B
- July 20th 7-8:30pm Archery USU Botanical Center
- July 26th 27th 28th State Contest
*Rifle and Shotgun will take at place at the Wasatch Shooting range (1649 E 650 N, Kaysville)
*Archery takes place at the USU Botanical Center (920 S 50 W, Kaysville)
Eddie Eagle Gun Safe Program
The Eddie Eagle GunSafe® Program teaches children in pre-K through third grade four important steps to take if they find a gun. These steps are presented by the program's mascot, Eddie Eagle, in an easy-to-remember format consisting of the following simple rules:
If you see a gun:
To find out more about the Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program please go to the following website: http://eddieeagle.nra.org/
For more information please contact Karson Anderson @ 801-451-3516 or email@example.com