McClain County

Shotgun Club

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Shotgun Practices

Spring & Fall, every Wednesday night

Location: Tri-City Gun Club

Time: 5:30pm 

In McClain County we believe youth growth and development is the primary goal of the 4-H Shooting Sports Program. Introducing safe and responsible use of firearms and archery equipment opens valuable vocational and life long recreational education.

About two-thirds of homes in the U.S. have firearms. We believe exposing youth to safe and responsible handling of firearms is vital to preventing accidents.

Each discipline teaches safety, concentration, self-discipline, self-confidence, goal-setting, decision making and courtesy as youth learn basic skills and build toward more advanced activities. Both competitive and cooperative skills are included. Participants are exposed to local policies, regulations, laws, and ethical behavior through repeat demonstrations and personal practice.

Shotgun Coach
Brian Bacon

The Shotgun Team will be having regular practices starting back up in the spring.  In order to be a part of the Shotgun Club, members must be 10 years old to attend practice. However, 4-H'ers must be 10 years old as of September 1, 2019, to participate in Skeet and Trap Contests.4-H'ers must be 10 years old before January 1, 2019 to participate in Sporting Clays Contest.

To participate in contests in any discipline, 4-H'ers must have been enrolled for 30 days and certified in the discipline by the Coach.


Coaching Opportunities



Duncan Gun Club 4-H Trap Shoot

  • Saturday, October 5, 2019
  • Location: Duncan Gun Club

State Trap Contest
  • Saturday, October 26, 2019
  • Location: Oklahoma Trap & Skeet Assoc. - El Reno


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