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.22 Rifle and Muzzleloading Fun Shoot and Potluck / May 26, 2019
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This Sunday, May 26 (Memorial Day weekend) we'll be having our annual fun shoot and potluck at .22 Rifle and Muzzleloading practice! This still counts as one practice.

We'll have fun targets for our members AND family members to shoot. Waivers will be required of adults and any 4-H members not already enrolled in Shooting Sports.

Standard 4-H rules apply—load one/shoot one, no copper jacketed ammo, no Cloverbud or younger children allowed to shoot.

Potluck items should feed 10–12 people. Visit the SignUpGenius to volunteer to bring something for the potluck. Plates/napkins/etc. will be provided. If all slots are full, bring whatever you like! Chairs are encouraged and pop-ups are welcomed. Bring your own beverage (no-alcohol).

If you have any questions, contact Sam Webb via email or phone at 970-214-5646.

Come out and have a fun change of pace at practice on the holiday weekend! If you’re traveling and not able to attend that weekend, have fun and stay safe.

Record Book and Fair Project Workshops
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You are invited to attend the Shooting Sports Project and Record Book Workshops to help prepare you for County Fair. We encourage you to attend if you are new to 4-H shooting sports, do not have a shooting sports project leader in your club, or would like to kickstart your preparation for the Fair.

Our goal is to make sure you know how to complete your record book, to understand project boards and stand-alone projects, and what to expect on Interview Day.

If you haven’t already downloaded the e-Record document, click here to get the Word document file.

Here are the details:

  • June 19, 6:00 p.m. at the McKee Building in the Estes Park Room: We’ll be going through the e-Record book page by page to understand how to fill it out, go through guidelines for project boards and stand-alone projects. There will also be an assortment of older members’ project boards and stand-alone projects to examine. If you have started your record book, bring that for review and help.

  • July 17, 6:00 p.m. at the McKee Building in the Estes Park Room: Bring your in-progress record books (or computers) and project boards (with supplies) for a hands-on work night. Get them polished and ready to turn in at Fair! We'll also talk about Interview Judging Day!

Questions? Please feel free to contact Sam Webb at

.22 Rifle on Mother’s Day
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Yes, we are having .22 Rifle practice on Mother’s Day. But please ask what Mom wants to do first! The weather looks promising, so we are hoping to complete two full relays. Happy Mother’s Day!

New Certified Shooting Sports Leaders for 2019
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Trainings for Shooting Sports certification were held over four weekends this Spring. The following 4-H leaders and senior 4-H members spent their time attending a training for the individual disciplines listed:

  • Pat Algers — Rifle

  • David Dyer — Rifle

  • Nick Freeland — Rifle (Junior)

  • Kim Gillespie — Archery (Junior)

  • Scott Gillespie — Rifle

  • Charlie Mick — Pistol (Junior)

  • Justin Mick — Rifle

  • Rob Noyer — Archery

  • Dennis Rinebarger — Western Heritage

  • Nate Rogers — Rifle (Junior)

  • Rex Rogers — Shotgun

  • Katie Webb — Outdoor Skills

  • Samantha Webb — Program Coordinator Training

Congratulations on your new certifications! Thank you for volunteering to coach our Shooting Sports members and keep our program running strong!

If you are not a certified leader, you can still complete enrollment to be a 4-H activity leader this year. You can be of help at Shooting Sports practices, even if you aren’t certified to help on the line. Then next year, you’ll be enrolled and ready to attend a certification when they are scheduled. Click here to learn about the steps to becoming a Larimer County 4-H leader.

Weld County 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational 2019
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Weld County 4-H is hosting a Shooting Sports Invitational on Saturday, June 1 beginning at 8:00 a.m. at the South Platte Historical Society Range in Fort Lupton.

Disciplines included will be Air Pistol, Air Rifle, .22 Rifle, .22 Pistol (Seniors Only), Archery, and Muzzleloading. The cost is $5 per class entered with a maximum of 4 classes per individual. (The cost will be $10 per class if not registered by May 28, 2019. Any class changes made after May 28 will incur a $10 fee per change.)

This is a good opportunity to gain some competition experience before the county and state shoots later in the summer.

4-H members who are enrolled in Shooting Sports projects in Larimer County can take part. Attendance is not organized by Larimer County 4-H, so participants will need to be transported and accompanied by their parents. This does not count toward practice requirements in Larimer County.

Visit the event on Facebook and register via the SignUpGenius.

Notes about .22 Rifle Outdoor Practices

For outdoor practices we do NOT use SignUpGenius. We only use a signup for indoor practices because we had fewer lanes and less space to work with. 

For outdoor practices we can have 20 shooters per relay. For the first relay, the cut-off will be 20 members signed in or 12:15 p.m., whichever comes FIRST. If you know that 12:15 p.m. is not attainable, please arrive no later than 12:45 p.m. for the second relay. As with all outdoor endeavors, practices are weather dependent.

Please note that we do NOT have practice on Easter, April 21.

Thank you to everyone who has signed up for Remind notifications.  If you have not, you can find instructions in your Orientation Packet or click here.

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.22 Rifle Practices Begin Outdoors
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Outdoor practices for .22 Rifle begin this Sunday, April 7.

For this first practice, we will start the day at 12:00 p.m. with some range cleaning, sorting through the shed, etc. so our relays will be a bit shorter than usual. All are welcome to help. Gloves can be helpful for this!

The regular schedule moving forward at practices is as follows:

  • Range Set-up will begin at 12:00 p.m. Many hands make light work on this effort. Those on the last relay of the day will help with break down

  • We have 20 slots available for each relay on a first come, first served basis. Anyone interested in shooting on the first relay MUST be at the range no later than 12:15 so that we may start promptly at 12:30.

  • We will always plan on a second relay but these have a greater chance of getting rained out with Colorado's summer afternoon weather.

  • Parents MUST stay for practice. Bring a chair (or something to sit on), water for all, sunblock/shade as needed especially as the summer wears on.

Make sure you are signed up for Remind (instructions here under Communication). We will send a notice by 10:30 a.m. on Sunday morning if we are going to cancel practice.

See you at the range!

Orion Scoring System Training

Larimer County is now using a computerized scoring system for all our county shoots. To help this run smoothly, we would like to create a team of volunteers to help.  We have scheduled training for 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17 at the McKee Building to teach volunteers how to use the system and to begin planning for our county shoots in July.

If you are interested in attending this training, please RSVP by clicking this link and filling out the form:

If you have any questions please feel free to email or call Samantha Webb at or 970-214-5646.