What you can do in this project:

  • Learn the basic safety issues with shotgun handling
  • Learn shooting fundamentals
  • Learn the proper way to carry a shotgun

Ages: Only youth 12 years old and above can shoot powder burning guns

Cost: $25 per member (includes shells and targets)

Equipment Needed: Must provide 2 separate copies of hunter safety certificate/card.

2018 Dates:

  • Sunday, April 15, 2018    12:30 – 3:00 pm There will be an inspection of guns at 12:30 prior to shooting.
  • Sunday, April 22, 2018    1:00 – 3:00 pm
  • Sunday, April 29, 2018    1:00 – 3:00 pm
  • Sunday, May 6, 2018       1:00 – 3:00 pm
  • Sunday, May 13, 2018     1:00 – 3:00 pm (Mother’s Day- Moms shoot free!)
  • Saturday, May 19, 2018    Tri-County Shotgun Shoot For more information and forms, see

We will be shooting at the Saukville Gun Club.  Take Hwy 33 to Blue Goose Rd. (west of county road I) Turn north and the club is at the end.

Youth may also participate in a Trap League which will begin on April 12th and run through August. See the Shotgun Project Leaders for more information about the League.

Required Forms:

All forms and dues must be brought to the first meeting. Youth who are missing forms or fees will not be able to shoot that day.  All six items must be turned in, in order to shoot.  No exceptions.

Each member must submit 4 required forms below, the $25 fee and 2 copies of their Hunters Safety Certificate:

If you were in the rifle project, you only need to send in your dues.

For more information, please contact:

Steve Dobberfuhl at 262-349-7442 or


Shooting Sports Leader Certification

A statewide Shooting Sports Leader Certification workshop will be held to teach leaders how to conduct safe, supervised, shooting experiences for 4-H members enrolled in shooting sports projects and to complete required leader certification.

A Wisconsin 4-H Shooting Sports Leader may be certified in archery, coordinator, muzzleloader, pistol, rifle and shotgun disciplines. Leaders may only teach in the discipline in which they are certified. An adult leader cannot provide hands-on or safety instruction without a certified leader supervising the range.

All leaders must first complete one 12-hour workshop to be certified. After that, you may be eligible to attend a Saturday, eight-hour range workshop to receive an additional discipline certification. If three years lapse before adding an additional certification, the full 12-hour certification must be repeated. Only one certification may be obtained at any one certification workshop.

Certification Workshops

See the Wisconsin 4-H Website for the dates and registration information for certification workshops. 

The 4-H Foundation will pay the registration cost of the workshop.


$70—Includes instructor manuals, equipment, ammunition, Friday pm snack, Saturday lunch, and Saturday am and pm snacks, or

$55—Saturday discipline-only


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