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Targets - how to get them

Two men watching one other man set up a target sheet with six targets on a board with a number labeled 49 in the top left corner and an identical board and target is to the right of them but labeled with 50 in the top left corner.

B-40, AR-4/10, A-32, A-36, AR 5/10 are available through the publication ordering system. If you have any questions, please contact Chris Sowers at 662-325-2164 or chriss@ext.msstate.edu.

Their publication number and description are as follows:
M-1800 -B-40 10 Meter Air Pistol Target (4-H)
M-1801- A-32 Official 50 Ft. Light Rifle Target (4-H)
M-1802- AR-5/10 10 Meter Air Rifle Target (4-H)
M-1803- A-36 50 Ft. Rifle Target (4-H)
M-1804- AR-4/10 5 Meter Target (4-H)

All paper targets except Archery and Muzzleloading Bottles and Critters are available from:

National Target Company
4960 Wyaconda Road
Rockville, MD 20852-2444
phone: 1-800-827-7060
fax: 1-301-770-7892
http://www.nationaltarget.com/
20% discount to Government Agencies (MSU)

Muzzleloading Bottles and Critters targets available from:

National Muzzleloading Rifle Association
P. O. Box 67
Friendship, IN 47021
812-667-5131
http://www.nmlra.org/

Shotgun clay targets including rabbits:
(Note: You must pick these up in person)

Starkville Gun Club
2125 Sixteen Section Road
Starkville, MS 39759

Pickup MUST be coordinated in Advance!
POC: Clark Hartness
Cell: 662.324.5353

Archery Targets:

Golden Triangle Bass Shop
Mike Pope
662-418-2997
gtrbassman@yahoo.com

.22 Rifle Silhouette targets:
(Low cost- $80.00 for full set)

Ray Schafer
2321 Piney Mountain Church Road
Bostic, NC 28018
828-245-8168

All Full Size, 3/8 size, 1/2 size and Small Bore metallic silhouette targets:

Custom Manufacturing Co.
5501 So. Lamar Street
Dallas, TX 75215
214-428-5173
www.custommfgco.com

Air gun Silhouette targets:

Champion’s Choice
201 International Blvd
LaVergne, TN 37086
615-793-4066
800-345-7179 (orders only)

Printable version of Silhouette targets (pdf files)

1/10th scale (pdf)
1/5th scale (pdf)
3/8ths scale chicken (pdf)
3/8ths scale pig (pdf)
3/8ths scale turkey (pdf)
3/8ths scale ram (1 of 3)(pdf)
3/8ths scale ram (2 of 3)(pdf)
3/8ths scale ram (3 of 3)(pdf)
1/2 scale chicken (pdf)
1/2 scale pig (1 of 2)(pdf)
1/2 scale pig (2 of 2)(pdf)
1/2 scale turkey (1 of 2)(pdf)
1/2 scale turkey (2 of 2)(pdf)
1/2 scale ram (1 of 3)(pdf)
1/2 scale ram (2 of 3)(pdf)
1/2 scale ram (3 of 3)(pdf)

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Publications

Publication Number: IS2028
Publication Number: F1112
Publication Number: P1565

News

Brandy Barnes, a member of the Mississippi State University Extension Service Hinds County 4-H, prepares for shooting sports practice in Byram on Feb. 29, 2016. She earned one of four spots on the National 4-H Shooting Sports Championship team and will compete in the .22-caliber rifle division in Grand Island, Nebraska, June 26-July 1, 2016. (Photo by MSU Extension Service/Susan Collins-Smith)
Filed Under: 4-H, Shooting Sports April 5, 2016

RAYMOND, Miss. -- Brandy Barnes’ excitement is building, but she keeps a cool head at the firing range.

In the summer of 2015, the 17-year-old Hinds County 4-H member scored among the top five .22-caliber rifle participants at the state shooting sports competition. The accomplishment earned her a spot at the National 4-H Shooting Sports Championship set for June 26 to July1, 2016, in Grand Island, Nebraska.

“It’s really starting to hit me now,” said Barnes. “I’m very excited.”

Filed Under: Shooting Sports, Environment, Wildlife September 16, 2013

By Mary Grace Eppes
MSU Ag Communications

MISSISSIPPI STATE – Many Mississippi bow hunters eagerly await the first hunt of the season and each year, more of those hunters are women.

Katie Pepper of Canton, a former Mississippi State University student and an ardent hunter, is proof that bow hunting is no longer just a male sport.

Ashley Ward with Ducks Unlimited and John Long with the Mississippi State University Extension Service model proper eye and ear protection for dove hunting. (Photo by MSU Ag Communications /Kat Lawrence)
Filed Under: 4-H, Shooting Sports August 22, 2013

MISSISSIPPI STATE -- When Labor Day rolls around each year, friends and family throughout Mississippi head to the fields early in the morning to get the first flights of doves over the fields they planted in the spring.

John Long, 4-H youth development specialist and shooting sports state program leader with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, said opening day of dove season is the big kick-off to hunting season and is considered a Southern tradition.

Luke South of Tishomingo County receives instruction from Coach William Baldwin at the Mississippi 4-H National Shooting Sports team practice held at the Starkville Gun Club. (Photo by Scott Corey)
Filed Under: 4-H, Shooting Sports July 22, 2010

By Karen Templeton
MSU Office of Ag Communications

MISSISSIPPI STATE – Focusing on safety, developing life skills and teaching good sportsmanship have made Mississippi’s 4-H Shooting Sports program popular with youth.

Filed Under: Shooting Sports December 18, 2003

MISSISSIPPI STATE -- Responsible gun ownership begins with education, and a donation from one Mississippi agency to another will help enable the state's youngest residents to learn safety and skill when handling firearms.

The Mississippi 4-H Shooting Sports Program just received a donation of 120 firearms from the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks. The firearms, mostly .22 caliber rimfire rifles, previously were used in hunter education classes.

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