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Shooting Sports

Ford County offers the Shotgun discipline in Shooting Sports.   

Want to learn proper and safe ways to shoot? Check out the shooting sports project! The project teaches gun safety, hunting practices plus an opportunity to test your skills. If you have an interest in guns and/or hunting this project is a great way to learn.

Things to Learn/Do in the Project

  • Care and safety of shooting sports equipment
  • Demonstrate safe use of air rifle, shotgun, bow, etc. through practice, talks, demonstrations and exhibits
  • Exhibit shooting sports skills at local, district and state events

Local certified shooting sports coordinators and instructors are required for all disciplines. Kansas 4-H Shooting Sports adheres to the National Shooting Sports Policies. National policy regarding age states that 4-H Shooting Sports Programs are open to all youth 8 years of age or older (as of Jan. 1 of current year).



shooting sports poster

Shootings Sports Logo

Shooting Sports Practice

The members of the shooting sports project practice on Sunday afternoons at 1:30 p.m. at the Dodge City Gun Club (View Map)

Shooting Sports Coordinator

Joe Vogel


Shooting Sports Instructor

Troy Robertson

Rule Books

Shotgun Trap Rule Book

Shotgun Skeet Rule Book

Minimum Standards and Best Practices of a 4-H Shooting Sports Programs

Suggested Shooting Sports Club 


Kansas State 4-H Shooting Sports