Season: 2021-2022

  • Archery sign-ups will ONLY be on November 15 from 6-8 pm at the Cooper Firearms Quonset. 3662 Hwy 93 North, 1 mile south of traffic light in Stevensville.
    No registrations will be accepted outside of this time, including at the Extension office. Space is limited to 40 total Archers. Registration is required to participate and members must be a part of a 4-H club. Please watch your e-mails for additional information.
  • Mandatory safety class: November 29
  • Sign up date: November 15
    • Time: 6-8 PM Cooper Firearms Quonset.
  • Start shooting date: Dec 6
  • Times: Every Monday (except Dec. 27)
    • Class 1: 5:00-6:30 PM;
    • Class 2: 7:00-8:30 PM.
  • Last Class: March 28
  • Project Fee: $45 (includes bow, arrows, and other equipment to participate in the project).
  • Contact:  Hope Earp, 961-4615


Season: 2021-2022 season pending due to vacancy of Certified Shooting Sports Leaders.

  • Are you interested in helping as a Certified Leader with Air Gun?  Please contact Annie for more informaiton and training dates.
  • Contact:  Annie Bauer, 406-375-6611


Season:  June - August

  • check back later for the 2021-2022 season
  • Registration dues include equipment, supplies, 4-H manual and record books

Are you interested in: 4-H BB Gun Safety, Muzzleloading and Hunting/Wildlife?

We need adults to become certified at a 4-H Shooting Sports training and become a 4-H Leader to offer these additional opportunities in 4-H. Contact your MSU Extension Office for details!


Confidence Grows Here

A complete schedule of events can be found on the Montana State 4-H website.


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