Eustis Gun Club Phone: (352)408-8869


4H Shooting Sport Program


image of 4H shooting Goals of the National 4-H Shooting Sports Program

  • Teach decision-making, teamwork, self-discipline, self-confidence, and problem solving.
  • Promote the highest standards of safety, sportsmanship, and ethical behavior.
  • Encourage and appreciate an understanding of natural resources.
  • Develop leadership abilities.
  • Build character and willingness to assume citizenship responsibility.
  • Furnish enjoyable, positive relationships with peers and adult instructors.
  • Strengthen families through participation in lifelong recreational activities.
  • Build awareness of related career opportunities.
Age Requirements – Participants will abide by the state 4-H age requirements. Juniors ages 8 -10, Intermediates ages 11 – 13 and seniors ages 14 – 18. All ages are based on the age of the participant as of September 1 of the current 4-H year. Junior shooters are permitted to shoot ONLY Archery and Air Rifle.
At this time Eustis Gun Club only offers shotgun shooting sports for the 4-h program. We practice the games of skeet, sporting clays, and trap.
Our practice times are Tuesday at 5:00 pm. and are held at the Eustis Gun Club

Any questions should be directed to the head coach
Maynard Wills
willsmaynard@yahoo.com
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Weekly practice of the Smoking Pigeons

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On June 1st and 2nd, 2019, 9 members of the Smokin’ Pigeons attended a 2 day skeet camp hosted by the Palatka Skeet Club and the National Skeet Shooting Association. There were 47 kids that participated in the event.
The event concludes with a shoot off. The Smokin Pigeons had two of the three participants in the final. They were Aiden Wills and Tommy McAteer. Tommy McAteer went on to win the championship. This is a testament to our two skeet coaches Mr. Ray Scrugham and Mr. Gene Provost.
Thanks EGC, Maynard Wills
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image 4H and wounded veterans
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