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2 Click on the Championships below to learn more. Introduction General Championship Rules State 4-H Archery Championship State 4-H Air Rifle Championship State 4-H BB Gun Championship State 4-H Air Pistol Championship State 4-H Shotgun Championship State 4-H.22 3-Position Championship State 4-H.22 Rifle Silhouette & Muzzleloading Match 2

3 4-H S.A.F.E. competitive events are, first and foremost, to be conducted as positive youth development and educational events. Shooting Sports is the vehicle by which 4-H teaches life skills, and encourages the essential elements of belonging, independence, generosity and mastery via the application of experiential learning. Competition is a way to celebrate the learning experience and should not be the main objective of a 4-H activity. CONDUCT (from National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational Rules and applicable to all 4-H state and national shooting sports programs): Tobacco and Alcohol: The use of tobacco and alcoholic beverages, during an event or on the grounds of a 4-H event, are not permitted. Violation of this policy is grounds for dismissal from the event or activity. Footwear: Any participant, while on the shooting line or shooting in any outdoor shooting event, is required to wear shoes that completely cover their feet. Examples of unacceptable footwear includes but is not limited to flip-flops, sandals, clogs, and bare feet. Behavior and Sportsmanship: All coaches, youth, and spectators are expected to demonstrate the highest level of sportsmanship, supporting the objectives and ideals promoted by the 4-H program in general and the 4-H S.A.F.E. program in particular. Coaches, youth, and spectators are expected to conform to appropriate state 4-H Code of Conduct expectations, volunteer agreements, and the National 4-H Shooting Sports program code of conduct. Knowledge of Rules and Procedures: Where possible, each of the national 4-H Shooting Sports events have been associated with a National Governing Body (NGB). An exception to any NGB rule is noted in the Synopsis. It is the responsibility of each participant and coach to read the championship rules, understand the procedures used in each event, and comply with the rules and standards of each event. Questions are encouraged to clarify any areas of misunderstanding or lack of knowledge. Ignorance of the rules in any event does not eliminate their existence. Participants are responsible for knowing the rules of their own event and staying within them. Learning the rules of an event is part of the educational process for Shooting Sports participants ALABAMA 4-H S.A.F.E. CHAMPIONSHIPS (The 1st Place Senior Team will have the option to represent Alabama at the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational (minimum score required). The State 4-H Office covers registration only; each team who opts to attend the national event may conduct approved fundraising.) State 4-H Air Rifle, Air Pistol, and BB Gun Championship. Saturday, March 26; CMP Indoor Range, Anniston, Alabama State 4-H Shotgun Championships. Friday & Saturday, April 8 9; Selwood Farm & Red Eagle Gun Club, near Childersburg, Alabama State 4-H Archery Championship. Saturday, April 23; Fayette County Multipurpose Complex, Fayette, Alabama State 4-H.22 Rifle Silhouette & Muzzleloading Match. Saturday, April 30; Central Alabama Gun Club, Shorter, AL State 4-H.22 3-Position Championship. Saturday, May 28; Magic City Gun Club, Pinson, Alabama 2016 NATIONAL 4-H SHOOTING SPORTS INVITATIONAL EVENT All Disciplines; June 26 July 1, 2016; Grand Island, Nebraska 3

4 Registration: All 2016 S.A.F.E. Championships, to include postal matches, will register through 4HOnline. Registration fees for all Championships are non-refundable. Each championship registration will open approximately 7 weeks prior and close 2 weeks prior to the date of the championship. At least one coach from each team must register through 4HOnline. This will be the contact person concerning the specifics for the matches. Cost: Varies per discipline includes participant fees and event t-shirt. Eligibility: 4-H events are open to active members of a chartered Alabama 4-H club that has experiential learning in regularly scheduled and planned meetings. For the State S.A.F.E. Championships, membership must be in a discipline-specific 4-H Club. Participation is limited to those members who are enrolled in the 4-H program and have been a member for a 90 day minimum. Enrollment dates will be verified utilizing 4HOnline. The Alabama 4-H club year begins on August 1 and ends on July 31. Age eligibility is determined by how old the youth is prior to January 1 of the Alabama 4-H club year. Check the Alabama 4-H Age and Eligibility Chart to determine the division for 4-H membership. Seniors are participants born Juniors are participants born Teams: Teams will consist of a minimum of three and a maximum of four shooters from the same age division. Juniors are 9 to 13 as of January 1, Seniors are 14 to 18 as of January 1, Counties may bring more than one Junior and Senior Team as long as they are from separate clubs. To qualify as separate clubs, the clubs must meet and practice at different times, in different places, and be led by different volunteers/coaches. The top four scores will determine the team with the top three scores determining the team score in both Junior and Senior Divisions. A 4-H er may decide to not compete for team awards and only participate individually. This must be determined at on-site check-in. All individuals that participate in the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational may not participate in that discipline at the State Championship in subsequent years. Individuals: Individual may participate in all State 4-H S.A.F.E. Championships as long as they meet the eligibility rules. If a Senior team wins a 2016 State 4-H S.A.F.E. Championship and chooses not to attend the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational, they will be eligible to participate in the Alabama State 4-H S.A.F.E. Championships in the future National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational: If the state winning team chooses to attend the national event, it is with limited funding from the State 4-H Office. Registration for the national event will be paid by the State 4-H Office. The winning teams are encouraged to raise money to assist with covering expenses. Expenses will be paid for the 4-H member and direct volunteers who chaperone and coach the team. These fundraisers must be approved by the county extension coordinator of the county in which the team is located. 4

5 Safety: 1) No electronic devices will be allowed on the competition ranges. 2) All competitors, coaches, and spectators (including small children) must wear eye and ear protection when forward of the ready line. Unsafe Actions: Any individual may be asked to leave the range at the request of the match director, State 4-H S.A.F.E. coordinator, or the teams coach or range officers, for exhibiting unsafe actions, attitudes, or behaviors. All decisions are final and not subject to protest. This is a disqualification. Coaching: Once a team has entered the field for competition, only team members, range officers, and scorers/judges will be allowed on the range. Coaches must remain behind the range. No one will coach, advise, or assist participants once competition has begun. Coaching from behind the range can result in disqualification. Coaches will assure that their competitors are familiar with range, range procedures, and championship rules. Ignorance of range procedures or championship rules will not be a basis for protest. Range officers will be appointed by the match directors. Awards: First, second, and third place team awards will be given in each age division. Individual awards will be given to the first, second, and third place finishers in each class. Awards will be announced at the end of the respective matches. Code of Conduct: All participants will be expected to follow the 4-H Code of Conduct, which is found on the back of the Youth Consent form. Dress Code: All participants will be expected to follow the 4-H Dress Code. Protests/Challenges: Only 4-H competitors are allowed to protest/challenge their targets. All protest/challenge monies not returned will go to the State 4-H S.A.F.E. Program. Letter of Support: There is a letter of support from Tomas R. Bice, State Superintendent of Education, at the end of this announcement packet. Use this for a school excuse if needed. Postal Match: What is a Postal Match? It is a means by which an absentee 4-H S.A.F.E. team or individual s scores may be counted towards the state competition. All Postal Match participants and one coach must register for the event through 4HOnline. If a 4-H S.A.F.E. team or individual has a compelling reason they can't attend the respective discipline State 4-H S.A.F.E. Championship at the designated venue on the designated dates, the team members can shoot what is called a Postal Match. All eligibility rules apply to Postal Matches. Your 4-H team members or individuals each shoot rounds strictly following the 4-H rules, under the supervision of an adult range owner or officer who has no affiliation with the 4-H Club (not a relative or close friend, nor the 4-H team's coach). 5

6 Teams must submit requests for postal match participation in writing, by , to Shannon Andress, and Kim Good, 45 days prior to the date of the respective discipline championship. This request must contain the following: 1) Subject Line: Postal Match Request 2) Reason for not attending respective discipline championship. 3) Date and location of Postal Match. 4) Name and contact information of nonbiased third-party scorekeeper. The person requesting the Postal Match will receive either permission or denial in writing by within 7 days after the request is made. More information may be requested so that an informed decision can be made concerning the participation. Teams or individuals who opt to have a "postal match" in lieu of attending the respective discipline State 4-H S.A.F.E. Championship will be responsible for their own target, ammo, and range fees, and the fee to submit scores for the respective discipline State 4-H S.A.F.E. Championship will be double the registration fee of that championship per person H S.A.F.E. Championship Postal Match Rules: 1. Each discipline postal match will strictly follow course of fire for that discipline. For scores to count as team scores, all members must shoot together at the same time and location. 2. Postal Match scores must be supervised and certified by a nonbiased third-party scorekeeper. The team's 4-H coach and anyone associated with the team will not be approved to certify Postal Match scores. 3. The scorekeeper must be approved in advance. Scores must be recorded on standard scorecards. Scorecards will be provided. The scorekeeper must legibly sign each submitted scorecard with the scorekeeper's: name address phone date of Postal Match start and end times of Postal Match location of Postal Match 4. In the event of a tie between an on-site team or individual, and postal match teams, the on-site participants will have preference over Postal Match entries. 5. Postal Match scores must be submitted by 2 weeks prior to the respective championship to Shannon Andress, and Kim Good, Use Postal Match Scores as the subject line. Archery Postal Matches: Barbara Johns, Archery Match Director, will be attending all approved archery postal matches. She will take completed score cards with her the day of the postal match. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (Alabama A&M University and Auburn University) is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Everyone is welcome! 6

7 Contacts: Barbara Johns, Match Director, at and Shannon Andress, 4-H S.A.F.E. Coordinator, at and Please read all rules and communicate these rules to participants and families. All questions or protests must be brought to the match director. Understand that 4-H volunteers and staff are following state and national protocol and cannot make decisions outside of that protocol. There will be a mandatory safety meeting with all participants on the shooting field 15 minutes before the match begins. Date: Saturday, April 23, 2016 Time: 8:30 a.m. (on-site check-in begins at 8:00 a.m.) Location: Fayette County Multipurpose Complex (636 McConnell Loop Fayette, AL 35555) Classes: Junior or Senior recurve with sights Junior or Senior recurve without sights Junior or Senior compound bow with sights Junior or Senior compound bow without sights will shoot the same distance and time Cost: $25 per shooter per class (Nonrefundable) A participant can shoot in as many classes as they elect (time permitting). Registration: All teams and individuals must register through 4HOnline. Registration will open March 7 and close April 10. Additional Information: Send the following information to Barbara Johns at 1. Each county will need two adults per archer to score. All adults willing to score will be required to stay the entire match. No adult will be allowed to score a participant from their own county. 2. Number of 80-cm targets and stands that you can bring. Safety: Bows may be drawn only on approved ranges with the permission of their coach or a designated Range Officer. Under no circumstance is sky-drawing permitted on the firing line. 7

8 Match Equipment: TEAMS AND INDIVIDUALS WILL FURNISH ALL THEIR OWN EQUIPMENT. All equipment will be inspected at check-in. All questions must be asked of the match director. Seniors should bring 8 to 10 arrows to equipment check-in. It is desirable that shooters not share equipment. If sharing is necessary, indicate this at on-site registration. Each archer should mark their arrows so they can be identified quickly. Arrows: For the Alabama 4-H State Championship event, arrows of 11/32 diameter are recommended. No line cutter arrows allowed (arrows with a diameter of 23/64 or larger). Arrows must meet AMO minimum weight standard of 5 grains arrow weight per pound of peak bow draw weight. Bows: Bows must be 60 lb. or less in draw weight. Recurve Bows: Kisser buttons, clickers, adjustable sight pins, multiple hunting style sight pins may be used. String peeps, mechanical release aids or torque compensators cannot be used. Compound Bows: Release aids, optical sights, or spirit levels are permitted. Overdraws may not place the arrow rest further than 6 cm from the pivot point of the bow. Battery lights on sight aids cannot be used. No clarifiers can be used. All shooters will use ground quivers; no other quivers will be allowed. All archers must wear arm guards, and unless using a mechanical release aid, they must have finger protection either on the bow string or on their fingers. Replacement of equipment: A 4-H coach may provide replacement or additional equipment as needed after obtaining permission from the match director. Coaches may be requested by the match director to assist a 4-H er with a situation on the firing line. There will be 20 minutes given for equipment failure. A 4-H shooter will be allowed to shoot all shots after their equipment is fixed. Target & Course of Fire: 80 cm Faces, 5-color Juniors: 6 ends of 3 arrows from 10 and 20 meters for a total of 36 arrows. Seniors: 3 ends of 6 arrows from 60, 50, and 40 meters and 6 ends of 3 arrows from 30 meters for a total of 72 arrows. 4-H ers: It is the responsibility of the 4-H er to know the rules and abide by them. Learning the rules of the event is part of the educational process for 4-H Shooting Sports but the intent is to aid shooters rather than entrap them. Score Keepers: Scorekeepers are not to tell shooters their score during the match. Shooters are not to ask the scorekeepers their score. All shooters will sign their scorecard at the end of the match. Scores will be rechecked before being entered as final. Range Commands: Control over the range will be through verbal and whistle commands. Cease-fire: The whistle command for a cease-fire is four or more whistle blasts. Shooters should stop immediately and remove any arrow from the string. The command indicates the presence of an unsafe condition. Shooters to the line: Two whistle blasts calls the shooters to the line. Shooters should wait without touching any arrows. Commence firing: One whistle blast indicates the beginning of the shooting time for each flight of arrows. Shooters have a total of four minutes to shoot six arrows and two minutes to shoot three arrows. Flight completed: Score your targets and retrieve your arrows. Three whistle blasts indicate that the range is clear and the group may proceed to the score line to have their arrows scored. After their arrows are scored they may proceed to the target and retrieve their arrows. Protests: All protests must be made to the State 4-H S.A.F.E. Coordinator with a $10 (cash only) protest fee (potentially refundable); protests must be made by 4-H youth for committee review. 8

9 Directions: From Cullman: Take 65 South to the AL-69 S exit, Exit 299, toward Jasper. Follow AL-69 for approximately 27.5 miles until AL-69 becomes AL-4/Industrial Parkway. Merge onto I-22 W toward Tupelo. Take the AL-13 exit, exit 39, toward Eldridge/Natural Bridge. Turn left onto AL-13. Stay on AL-13 until you reach AL-102. Turn right onto AL-102/Hwy 102. Travel approximately 9 miles, then turn left onto Highway 171 N/US-43 S/AL171. Follow 43 S until you reach the first red light past Walmart. Turn left at red light onto County Road 38. Travel ½ mile until you see the Alabama Cooperative Extension System sign. Turn left at sign and follow road until you see Fayette County Multipurpose Complex on your right. From Tuscaloosa: Take US-82 W to US-43 N. Travel 2 miles and turn left onto AL-171 N. Follow AL-171 N into Fayette. Follow 171/43 N to the intersection at Bevill State Community College. Turn right at intersection onto County Road 38. Travel ½ mile until you see the Alabama Cooperative Extension System sign. Turn left at sign and follow road until you see Fayette County Multipurpose Complex on your right. From Birmingham: Take I-65 N to Daniel Payne Drive, Exit 264. Turn left onto Daniel Payne Drive. After approximately 1 mile, turn right onto Coalburg Rd. After 2.22 miles, turn left onto I-22 W. Follow I-22 W until the AL-13 exit, exit 39, toward Eldridge/Natural Bridge. Turn left onto AL-13. Stay on AL-13 until you reach AL-102. Turn right onto AL-102/Hwy 102. Travel approximately 9 miles, then turn left onto Highway 171 N/US-43 S/AL171. Follow 43 S until you reach the first red light past Walmart. Turn left at red light onto County Road 38. Travel ½ mile until you see the Alabama Cooperative Extension System sign. Turn left at sign and follow road until you see Fayette County Multipurpose Complex on your right. Motels: Lodging Arrangements: RV Hookups Fayette County Multipurpose Complex Rose House Inn Bed & Breakfast Hampton Inn Winfield nd Avenue N.W AL-129 Fayette, AL Winfield, AL Holiday Inn 5750 Highway 44 Guin, AL

10 Contacts: Perry Mitchell, Match Director, at and Shannon Andress, 4-H S.A.F.E. Coordinator, at and This match is held in conjunction with the State 4-H BB-Gun Championship and State 4-H Air Pistol Championship. Date: Saturday, March 26, 2016 Time: 7:30 a.m. (On-site check-in opens) Location: CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program) Range, Anniston, AL Classes: Cost: Junior and Senior Sporter Junior and Senior Precision $25 per shooter (Non-Refundable) All competitors must have a CMP competitor number. Go to the CMP website and register free to get one. Registration All teams and individuals must register through 4HOnline. Registration will open February 8 and close March 13. After March 13, Match Director Perry Mitchell at Coaches may request relay times by ing Perry Mitchell at Subject line: Relay Request. There is only one Air Rifle relay. Relay: There will be one Air Rifle relay only; it will begin at 8:30 a.m. Coaches, team members, and individuals must arrive in time to complete onsite check-in and be at the designated lane 30 minutes prior to the start of the relay for a mandatory safety briefing, equipment check, and target distribution. Conduct of the Match: This event will use the National Standard Three- Position Air Rifle Rules (the blue book, 10th edition for the competition year) as the guide. Coaches and 4-H ers are expected to be familiar with these rules. Modifications to the rules are stated in this event announcement. This rulebook is available for a nominal fee from the National Three-Position Air Rifle Council, Camp Perry, PO Box 576, Port Clinton, Ohio It can be downloaded HERE (The document contains 60 pages). Course of Fire: 3 Position Air Rifle 3X20. Twenty shots will be fired in each position (prone, standing, kneeling). Targets will be placed at 10 meters (33 feet). 10

11 Shooters will be called to the line 5 minutes prior to the preparation period in order to bring equipment to the line. There will be a 10-minute preparation and sighting period per position. At the end of the preparation period, the competitors will have 20 minutes to complete the prone target, 30 minutes to complete the standing target, and 25 minutes to complete the kneeling target. There will be a 5 minute changeover between positions. At the end of the kneeling relay, and as instructed by the Range Officer, competitors will immediately remove their equipment from the firing area. Equipment: Teams and individuals will furnish all of their own equipment, including eye protection. Participants and spectators must wear protection covering the eyes while on the range and firing line. Failure to wear eye protection will result in a warning or warnings followed by disqualification. Only rifles firing.177 caliber pellets will be allowed. No rifles equipped with scopes will be allowed. Equipment may be checked by match personnel for compliance with Sporter classification. Meals: Participants, coaches, and families are encouraged to bring their own snacks, drinks, picnic lunches, or grills. However, there are several fast-food eateries within a short drive if you choose to send an adult for carry-out. Safety: All shooters, coaches, and spectators (including small children) must wear eye protection while on the air rifle and BB gun ranges and/or firing lines. Safety glasses will be available for purchase at on-site registration for $5 each. Changes to the Program (Match): In the event a change must be made to the program, schedule, or rules to facilitate the overall 4-H program, only those coaches that registered through 4HOnline will be notified by utilizing 4HOnline as the sender. All reasonable effort will be made to avoid a change. Summary of Sporter Air Rifle Equipment/Clothing Rules: RIFLES: Equipment shall follow the rules in CMP National Standard Three-Position Air Rifle Rules 10th Edition. SIGHTS: Only sights made for approved air rifles are allowed. Scopes are not allowed in any case. STOCKS: Stocks of rifles must be of conventional design and may not be adjusted once shooting has started. CLOTHING: Two loose fitting shirts or sweatshirts may be worn over one t-shirt. The top two shirts may not be tucked into pants. One pair of ordinary pants or jeans may be worn. Skirts are allowed. Only normal low-cut street shoes or athletic shoes with flexible soles may be worn. No boots are allowed. Shoes may not extend above the ankle. Shooters may elect to not wear shoes in any or all positions. Slings are allowed in the prone and kneeling positions. Slings are not allowed in the standing position. Slings may be a maximum of 1.25 inches wide and must be attached to the upper arm on the shooter, and to the fore end of the rifle. An ordinary glove or a shooting glove may be used. Gloves that restrict movement of the wrist (such as a golf glove) are not allowed. PLEASE NOTE THAT THESE ARE JUST HIGHLIGHTS OF SPORTER AIR RIFLE RULES. FOR COMPLETE RULES, REFER TO NATIONAL STANDARD THREE-POSITION AIR RIFLE RULES 11

12 Directions: From Interstate-20, Exit 188: 1. Head north on Golden Springs Rd/Leon Smith Pkwy. Continue to follow Golden Springs Rd for 1.2 miles. 2. Turn left at Greenbrier Dear Rd and go 0.3 miles. 3. Turn left at Sentinel Dr. The range will be on the right. Motels: Ask for the CMP Corporate Rate. Motel Address Phone Number Jameson Inn 161 Colonial Drive Comfort Suites 125 Davis Loop Holiday Inn Express 160 Colonial Drive Sleep Inn 88 Colonial Drive Wingate Inn 143 Colonial Drive Country Inn & Suites 100 Colonial Drive Hampton Inn & Suites 210 Colonial Drive

13 Contacts: Sam Richardson, Match Director, at and Shannon Andress, 4-H S.A.F.E. Coordinator, at and This match is held in conjunction with the State 4-H Air Rifle Championship and State 4-H Air Pistol Championship. Date: Saturday, March 26, 2016 Time: Location: 7:30 a.m. (On-site check-in opens) CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program) Range, Anniston, AL Classes: Junior 4-H Competitors 9 13 years old (as of January 1) Senior 4-H Competitors only 14 and 15 year olds (as of January 1) Cost: $25 per shooter (Nonrefundable) Registration: All teams and individuals must register through 4HOnline. Registration will open February 8 and close March 13. Coaches may request relay times by ing Sam Richardson at prior to March 18. Teams: For this discipline a team is five. Relays: BB Gun Relays will last 1 hour and will be at 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon. All BB Gun participants will be expected to be on hand one hour prior to their relay time for a safety briefing and to take a 50- question written test. Coaches must attend safety briefing. All reasonable effort will be made to start the relays on time. Coaches, teams, and individual shooters will be expected to be ready and in attendance based on this schedule regardless of the actual start time! Course of Fire: 40 shots fired for record; 10 shots in each of the following positions: Prone, Standing, Kneeling, and Sitting; in that order. Competitors will be called to the line and be given 10 minutes at the beginning of each relay to bring and arrange their equipment at the line and to hang targets. Competitors will be allowed to fire unlimited sighters and all record shots for all positions. The competitor will be given a 3 minute preparation period before they shoot for points. Ten minutes will be allowed per position. Range personnel will retrieve the fired targets. 13

14 Conduct of the Match: 4-H has elected to follow the rules governing The Daisy International BB Gun Championship. However, our participants must be 9 years old during the current 4-H year to be eligible to compete. Competitors will be given a 10 minute chance to review their targets. Any challenge to the score will cost $1 (cash only-refundable if score is changed). Coaching: Coaching is allowed per National BB Gun Rule Book. Equipment: Teams will furnish their own equipment, including eye protection. Eye protection must be worn, covering the eyes at all times on the range by 4-Hers, parents, coaches, or anyone assisting with the program. Only Daisy Model 499 muzzle loading BB guns will be allowed in competition! Equipment is subject to inspection for compliance with competition rules. Assistance: A buddy (coach, parent, leader) will be allowed to spot and load for the shooter during the firing of shots. No other assistance will be allowed. Scoring: Each team should provide one adult representative to be a scorer throughout the match. Experience is not necessary. All inexperienced scorers will be paired with an experienced scorer. Meals: Participants, coaches, and families are encouraged to bring their own snacks, drinks, picnic lunches, or grills. Several fast-food eateries are within a short drive if you choose to send an adult for carry-out. Safety: All shooters, coaches and spectators (including small children) must wear eye protection while on the ranges and/or firing lines. safety glasses will be on sale at on-site check-in for $5 each. Changes to the Program (Match): In the event a change must be made to the program, schedule, or rules to facilitate the overall 4-H program, only those coaches that registered through 4HOnline will be notified by utilizing 4HOnline as the sender. All reasonable effort will be made to avoid a change! Directions: From Interstate-20, Exit 188: 1. Head north on Golden Springs Rd/Leon Smith Pkwy. Continue to follow Golden Springs Rd for 1.2 miles. 2. Turn left at Greenbrier Dear Rd and go 0.3 miles. 3. Turn left at Sentinel Dr. The range will be on the right. Motels: Ask for the CMP Corporate Rate. Motel Address Phone Number Jameson Inn 161 Colonial Drive Comfort Suites 125 Davis Loop Holiday Inn Express 160 Colonial Drive Sleep Inn 88 Colonial Drive Wingate Inn 143 Colonial Drive Country Inn & Suites 100 Colonial Drive Hampton Inn & Suites 210 Colonial Drive

15 Contacts: Ed Boyett, Match Director, at and Shannon Andress, 4-H S.A.F.E. Coordinator, at and This match is held in conjunction with the State 4-H BB Gun Championship and State 4-H Air Rifle Championship. Date: Saturday, March 26, 2016 Time: Location: Classes: Cost: 7:30 a.m. (On-site check-in opens) CMP (Civilian Marksmanship Program) Range, Anniston, AL Junior 4-H Competitors Senior 4-H Competitors $25 per shooter (Nonrefundable) All competitors must have a CMP competitor number. Go to the CMP website and register free to get one. Registration: All teams and individuals must register through 4HOnline. Registration will open February 8 and close March 13. Relays: Air Pistol Relays will last 1 hour and will be at 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon. All Air Pistol participants will be expected to be on hand one hour prior to their relay time for a safety briefing and to take a 50 question written test. Coaches must attend the safety briefing. All reasonable effort will be made to start the relays on time. Coaches, teams, and individual shooters will be expected to be ready and in attendance based on this schedule regardless of the actual start time! Course of Fire: As determined by the CMP. Conduct of the Match: 4-H has elected to follow the rules governing CMP Air Pistol Matches. Competitors will be given a 10 minute chance to review their targets. Any challenge to the score will cost $1 (cash only-refundable if changed). Equipment: Teams will furnish their own equipment, including eye protection. Eye protection must be worn, covering the eyes, at all times on the range by 4-H ers, parents, coaches, or anyone assisting with the program. Only CMP-approved air pistols will be allowed in competition! Equipment is subject to inspection for compliance with competition rules. 15

16 Assistance: A buddy (coach, parent, leader) will be allowed to spot and load for the shooter during the firing of shots. No other assistance will be allowed. Scoring: Each team should provide one adult representative to be a scorer throughout the match. Experience is not necessary. All inexperienced scorers will be paired with an experienced scorer. Meals: Participants, coaches, and families are encouraged to bring their own snacks, drinks, picnic lunches, or grills. Several fast-food eateries are within a short drive if you choose to send an adult for carry-out. Safety: All shooters, coaches and spectators (including small children) must wear eye protection while on the ranges and/or firing lines. Safety glasses will be available for purchase at on-site registration for $5 each. Changes to the Program (Match): In the event a change must be made to the program, schedule, or rules to facilitate the overall 4-H program, only those coaches that registered through 4HOnline will be notified by utilizing 4HOnline as the sender. All reasonable effort will be made to avoid a change! Directions: From Interstate-20, Exit 188: 1. Head north on Golden Springs Rd/Leon Smith Pkwy. Continue to follow Golden Springs Rd for 1.2 miles. 2. Turn left at Greenbrier Dear Rd and go 0.3 miles. 3. Turn left at Sentinel Dr. The range will be on the right. Motels: Ask for the CMP Corporate Rate. Motel Address Phone Number Jameson Inn 161 Colonial Drive Comfort Suites 125 Davis Loop Holiday Inn Express 160 Colonial Drive Sleep Inn 88 Colonial Drive Wingate Inn 143 Colonial Drive Country Inn & Suites 100 Colonial Drive Hampton Inn & Suites 210 Colonial Drive

17 H S.A.F.E. S.A.F.E.TY CERTIFICATION LIST Include this form with your registration fee by Friday, March 20, 2015 Add additional pages as needed COUNTY: CLUB: COACH(ES) Contacts: Kim Good, Match Director, at or I certify Shannon that each Andress, of the individuals 4-H S.A.F.E. listed Coordinator, above has at completed the 4-H or Basic Pistol Course or Daisy 10-Lesson Course (Signature) Date: Friday, April 8 and Saturday, April 9, 2016 Time: Location: Cost: April 8 8:00 a.m. (on-site check-in opens at Red Eagle) April 9 7:00 a.m. (on-site check-in opens at Selwood) 8:00 a.m. (on-site check-in opens at Red Eagle) Red Eagle Skeet & Trap Club, Childersburg AL and Selwood Farm, Alpine AL $60 per shooter (Nonrefundable) Registration: All teams and individuals must register through 4HOnline. Registration will open February 22 and close March 27. Eric Massey Memorial Shotgun Fund: Long time 4-H Shotgun Club volunteer and leader from Lauderdale County, Eric Massey, passed away in December 2012 after a long fight with cancer. We will be accepting donations at the State 4-H Shotgun Championship to continue increasing the funds of the Eric Massey Memorial Shotgun Fund with the Alabama 4-H Foundation. These funds will be used to support statewide 4-H shotgun programs. Event: The 2016 Alabama State 4-H Shotgun Championship will be held at Red Eagle Skeet & Trap Club in Childersburg, Alabama (skeet and trap) and Selwood Farm in Alpine, Alabama (sporting clays) on Friday, April 8, 2016 and Saturday, April 9, On Friday, April 8 skeet and trap (for the first flight of sporting clays on Saturday) will be held at Red Eagle. On Saturday, April 9 sporting clays will be held at Selwood Farm and the remaining trap will be held at Red Eagle. This schedule is subject to change at the discretion of the match director. The coach that registers through 4HOnline will be notified the week prior to the championship of their start time at Red Eagle and their assigned flight at Selwood Farm. A mandatory safety video has been placed HERE for all team members to view prior to their arrival at Selwood Farms. On Saturday, April 9, the first flight of Sporting Clays will begin at 8:00 a.m. Trap will begin at 9:00 a.m. at Red Eagle. Teams will rotate through lunch on Friday and Saturday. Participants should eat when they have time between rotations. Competition will continue until all teams have completed their scheduled courses of fire and all (if any) shoot-offs are complete. Shoot-offs may be held under lights. We will wrap up the event with awards on Saturday at Red Eagle. 17

18 The ranges at Red Eagle Skeet & Trap Club will be open at 12:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 7, 2016 if you wish to come early and familiarize yourselves with the ranges. Club members may be available upon request to coach your teams at this practice. The range fee for 4-H members at Red Eagle is $5.00 per 25 targets. Divisions: Junior 4-H ers are those between the ages of 9 and 13. Senior 4-H ers are 14 to 18 years old. Click HERE to determine 4-H ages. Equipment: Participants will provide their own shotguns, ammunition (no reloads) and eye and ear protection. Any shotgun 12 gauge or smaller firing a shot charge not to exceed 1-1 / 8 ounces with shot no larger than US 7-1 / 2 fine or smaller than US 9 fine at velocities approximating 1,200 feet per second. Each participant should have a means of carrying enough shells (25) to complete a round of fire and they must be able to carry 50 rounds of ammunition at Selwood Farm. All equipment and ammunition will be subject to inspection by range officials prior to and/or during usage as necessary to ensure safety. Conduct of the Match: Juniors and Seniors will shoot two rounds (50 targets) of trap, two rounds (50 targets) of skeet and 50 targets of sporting clays. At Selwood Farms: Transportation to and from the range will be provided for participants. Once at the stations, youth will walk while rotating stations. Carts will be available for parents to rent for $20. Rented carts can only be used to transport immediate family members. 4-H members participating in the State 4-H Shotgun Championship will not be allowed to be transported in carts rented by parents. All shooters must initial their score after each round on the score sheet. Once a shooter leaves the range, the score is final. Issues on the range will be arbitrated by the chief referee. Skeet: Event: Standard NSSA (American) Skeet Course of Fire: Juniors & Seniors - Two (2) rounds (50 targets) consisting of singles and doubles. Doubles from stations 1, 2, 6, and 7 and singles from stations 3, 4, 5, and 8. Time Limits: Shooters will fire in an expeditious manner, avoiding unnecessary delay. Shooters should be prepared to take the field 30 minutes before their scheduled firing time. Trap: Event: Standard ATA (American) Trap. Course of Fire: Juniors & Seniors - Two (2) rounds (50 targets) consisting of five targets from each of five shooting stations at 16 yards. Time Limits: Shooters will fire in an expeditious manner, avoiding unnecessary delay. Shooters should be prepared to take the field 30 minutes before their scheduled firing time. Sporting Clays: Event: Standard NSCA (American) Sporting Clays Course of Fire: Juniors & Seniors 50 targets. May consist of singles, doubles and report pairs. Time Limits: Due to time constraint each squad will have 15 minutes to shoot each station. Shooters should be prepared to take the field 30 minutes before their scheduled firing time. 18

19 Team Ties: In the event two or more teams tie for one or more placings, in skeet or trap, a shoot-off will be held. Each team will choose a representative and for trap will shoot a complete round, for skeet will shoot doubles at stations 3, 4, and 5. Team ties in sporting clays will be broken by using the longest run from the final target. Individual Ties: Individual ties in skeet will be broken by shooting doubles at stations 3, 4, and 5 on the skeet range. Individual ties in trap will be broken by shooting complete rounds of 25 targets until the tie is broken. Individual ties in sporting clays will be broken by using the longest run from the final target. Protests: Any questions regarding the rules including protests and appeals will be directed to the event rules committee consisting of the Match Director and/or a representative of the State 4-H S.A.F.E. Committee. Upon appeal, all decisions by the rules committee will be final. Lodging: Lodging is available in Childersburg. You might want to camp at Red Eagle Skeet & Trap Club or stay in a local motel. Two motels to consider are: Day's Inn , or Key West Inn Red Eagle Skeet & Trap Club has electrical and water hook-ups available for $15 per day. If you do not need the utilities, camping is free. Contact Tommy McGillberry at if you need assistance. Directions: DIRECTIONS TO RED EAGLE SKEET & TRAP: 332 Hollywood Blvd, Childersburg, AL From the North: From Birmingham take Hwy 280 East to Childersburg. After crossing the Childersburg Veterans Memorial Bridge, turn left at the first traffic signal onto Hwy 235 N. Proceed 1.2 miles and turn right onto Pinecrest Ave. After crossing the RR tracks, immediately turn left onto Hollywood Blvd. Proceed approximately 200 yards and look to the right for the road sign "Red Eagle". Turn on the gravel road and proceed to the Red Eagle Clubhouse. From I-65 South: North of Clanton, take AL Hwy 145 to Wilsonville. Turn right on AL Hwy 25. Turn right on AL Hwy 76 and follow to US 280. Turn right on US 280, cross Coosa River bridge and turn left at the first traffic light (AL Hwy 235 N). Proceed 1.2 miles and turn right onto Pinecrest Ave. After crossing the RR tracks, immediately turn left onto Hollywood Blvd. Proceed approximately 200 yards and look to the right for the road sign "Red Eagle." Turn on the gravel road and proceed to the Red Eagle Clubhouse. From Auburn: Follow US 280 W to Childersburg. Turn right on AL Hwy 235 N. Proceed 1.2 miles and turn right onto Pinecrest Ave. After crossing the RR tracks, immediately turn left onto Hollywood Blvd. Proceed approximately 200 yards and look to the right for the road sign "Red Eagle". Turn on the gravel road and drive to the Red Eagle Clubhouse. From Talladega: Take Hwy 21 S, about 10 miles and take Hwy 76 W (Desoto Caverns Pkwy.) about 10 miles to Hwy 280. Turn right on 280 and proceed to the next traffic signal and turn right on Hwy 235 N. Proceed 1.2 miles and turn right on Pinecrest Ave. After crossing the RR tracks, immediately turn left onto Hollywood Blvd. Proceed approximately 200 yards and look to the right for the road sign "Red Eagle". Turn on the gravel road and drive to the Red Eagle Clubhouse. DIRECTIONS FROM RED EAGLE TO SELWOOD Go back out of Red Eagle and when you get to the paved road, turn left onto Hollywood Blvd. Turn left onto Pinecrest Drive take the first right onto Hillcrest Lane. At the dead end, turn left onto Forest Hills Drive. At the dead end, turn left onto AL 76 and go 4 miles. Turn right onto Selwood Road. Go 1 / 2 mile to stone entrance, parking lot, and office. DIRECTIONS FROM SELWOOD TO RED EAGLE When you get back to AL 76, turn left and go 4 miles. Turn right on Forest Hills Drive and go 1.4 miles. Turn right onto Hillcrest Lane. At the dead end turn left onto Pinecrest drive, take the first right onto Hollywood Blvd and follow the signs to Red Eagle. 19

20 Contacts: Perry Mitchel, Match Director, at or and Shannon Andress, 4-H S.A.F.E. Coordinator, at or Date: Saturday, May 28, 2016 Time: Location: Classes: 11:00 a.m. (On-site check-in opens) MCGC (Magic City Gun Club) Pinson, AL Junior 4-H Competitors 22 3P Aperture Senior 4-H Competitors 22 3P Aperture Registration: All teams and individuals must register through 4HOnline. Registration will open April 8 and close May 15. Cost: $20 per shooter (Nonrefundable) The following requirements will need to be met to participate: 1. Each team will be required to have a designated 4-H rifle coach. 2. Each team should make sure that they are familiar with their equipment and that it is functioning properly before the match. Each team member needs to have his or her own equipment as we have a lot of shooting to accomplish in our designated time, and sharing of equipment is time consuming and disruptive to other competitors. 3. Time will be dedicated to instructions and to the sighting-in of rifles. However, this time will be limited and rifles should be pre-sighted and students should have a working knowledge of their rifle prior to match. 4. Each competitor will be required to have their own assigned rifle and will use the same rifle for all positions and targets. In the event a competitor s rifle malfunctions and becomes unserviceable another rifle may be substituted. Use of another competitor s rifle will not be permitted. It is intended that each competitor use the same rifle for the entire event, and that all competitors have their own assigned rifle. NOTE: MCGC has smallbore rifles for loan to other teams. However, this requires advanced notification in order to have the rifles at the match. Contact Perry Mitchell to request loaner rifles. 5. Safety glasses and hearing protection are required. 6. CBI s (Clear Barrel Indicators) or OBI (Open Bolt Indicators) will be used and required. A piece of weed eater cord placed in the breech end of the barrel is an acceptable CBI/OBI. 20

21 Agenda: 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Registration, position assignments (teams should arrive no later than 12:30 p.m.) 12:30 p.m. to 1:45 p.m. Sighting relay 1:45 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. Introductions and instructions 2:00 p.m. Prone relay (30 min) 2:45 p.m. Standing relay (40 min) 3:45 p.m. Kneeling relay (30 min) 4:15 p.m. to 4:45 p.m. Put up target frames, range clean up, remove rifles and equipment, score last targets, compile results, post scores and results. 4:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Protest period after posting of scores and results. 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Present awards, comments, questions, suggestions, & wrap-up. Instruction will consist of safety requirements, explaining the range commands, going over the proper loading sequence and rules. This will be brief but adequate; we do expect coaches to have team members safety conscious upon arrival. Required Individual Equipment: 1. Each team member will need a.22 rifle. Rifles must have metallic sights, either open or peep sights. Scopes are not allowed. 2. Each team member will need a scope for spotting shots. It is not possible to see.22 caliber holes at 50 yards without a spotting scope. For teams without scopes, we will allow coaches to spot for his team shooters. Some scopes may be available to loan. 3. Each team member will need a mat or blanket for the prone position. 4. Each team will need to provide their own ammunition; recommend a minimum of 100 rounds per competitor. 5. A folding metal chair, stool, or offhand stand will be helpful. 6. Shooting jackets and trousers are allowed. 7. A shooting glove or mitt and sling is recommended. 8. It is recommended that competitors wear long pants and shirts, with a minimum of one sweatshirt. 9. Timer (kitchen timer) this item is not necessary, but beneficial. 10. CBI/OBI safety glasses and ear muffs or ear plugs. Course of Fire: The match will be a standard 3 x 20 Smallbore 3-Position match. There will be one target, NRA A23/5, for each position. The A23/5 target has 5 bulls on it, approximately 6 inches in diameter with scoring rings from 5 to 10. one bull is a sighter bull. The competitor will fire 5 shots on each record bull for a total of 20 shot for record in each position. This is a total of 60 shots for record, 20 prone, 20 standing, and 20 kneeling, fired in that order. Competitors may fire unlimited sighters. Time allowed is 30 minutes for prone, 40 minutes for standing, and 30 minutes for kneeling. The targets are set at 50 yards. Scoring of the Targets: There will be 200 points possible per target. Each team member can score a possible 600 points with top three scores being counted from the four member teams. The highest possible aggregate score for the team is 1,800 points. For three man teams, the aggregate score will be the combined score of the three individuals. The winning team will be the team with the highest aggregate score of three of it members. Scoring will be per NRA rules. A competitor may protest their score for a $1 protest fee (cash only). Protest fee will be refunded if the competitor wins the protest. Targets will be returned at the beginning of the protest period. Address: Magic City Gun Club, Inc Narrows Road Pinson, AL Phone: or Motels: Ask for the CMP Corporate Rate. Motel Address Phone Number Quality Inn 4730 Norrell Drive, Trussville Comfort Suites 4740 Norrell Drive, Trussville Holiday Inn Express 5911 Valley Road, Trussville

22 Contacts: Ed Boyett, Match Director, at and Shannon Andress, 4-H S.A.F.E. Coordinator, at or Date: Saturday, April 30, 2016 Time: 9:00 a.m. (on-site check-in opens) Location: Central Alabama Gun Club, County Road 2, Shorter, AL Classes: Juniors Seniors Registration: All teams and individuals must register through 4HOnline. Registration will open March 11 and close April 17. Cost: $15 per shooter (Nonrefundable) Ammunition: Competitors must supply their own ammunition. Equipment: 1) Rifles chambered for.22 short,.22 long, or.22 long rifle only 2) Maximum weight 10 lbs., 2 oz., including sight 3) Telescopic or metallic may be used. No laser sights are allowed. 4) Trigger pull may be no less than 2.5 lbs. Clothing: Commercial type skeet vests are allowed. Shooting coats and all gloves are prohibited. Course of Fire: NRA Rifle Silhouette Rules, January 2014, unless otherwise stated. Sighting Stage: Unlimited sighters in 10 minutes at 50 yards. Not for record. Chicken: 2 banks of 5 targets, one shot each at 40 yards minutes allowed per bank. Pig: 2 banks of 5 targets, one shot each at 60 yards minutes allowed per bank. Turkey: 2 banks of 5 targets, one shot each at 77 yards minutes allowed per bank. Ram: 2 banks of 5 targets, one shot each at 100 yards minutes allowed per bank. The order of chicken, pig, turkey, and ram targets may vary. Juniors will shoot from the standing position. Seniors will shoot from the standing position. 22

23 Directions: From Auburn: On I-85 South, take the Shorter Exit 22. Turn left off exit ramp. Go 3.2 miles to County Road 7. Turn right and go 3.9 miles to County Road 2. Turn right and go.6 miles to the Central Alabama Gun Club mail box on the left. From Montgomery Waugh Exit route: From Eastern Blvd., go 9 miles east on I-85 N, take Waugh Exit 16. Turn right off exit ramp. Go to stop sign. Turn left on US 80 E. Go 3.6 miles to County Road 2. Turn right and go 4 miles to the Central Alabama Gun Club mail box on the right. From Montgomery Shorter Exit route: From Eastern Blvd., go 16 miles east on I-85 N, to Shorter Exit 22. Turn right off exit ramp. Go 3.1 miles to County Road 7. Turn right and go 3.9 miles to County Road 2. Turn right and go.6 miles to the Central Alabama Gun Club sign on left. Hotels: Best locations will be Taylor Road Exit in Montgomery or US 29 Exit in Auburn. 23

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