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Here is a great web site for families with students wanting to learn more about shotgun shooting in a state administered program:

Here is the site for Arizona information on the various types of Hunter Education being offered around the state.  We graduated over 250 students so far this year.


We team with AZ Game and Fish Dept and other groups on a number of youth hunting opportunities around the state.  Here is just one of several sites for more information:
If you want a taste of everything from shooting to hiking and hunting to fishing plus looks at all kinds of outdoor gear.  Go to the EXPO.  Be prepared to spend the day but you still can’t see it all.  See us on the midway for a delicious Johnsonville brat lunch.

The focal point of all shooting sports and contact point for all shooting groups is the National Shooting Sports Foundation.  SCTP was their brainchild and still is their favorite group.  Lots of information and history here

We have had students involved in Junior Olympic competition at the state and or national level every year for five years.  He is a link to more information:

ssf The AZGFD administrates about 24 very popular Scholastic Clay Target Program team around the state.  We sponsor the 60 member Dust Devils SCTP Team.  This is our most involved outdoor educational activity for students from junior high through college.  Our membership includes approximately 20 AZGFD certified shotgun coaches.  Some have reached the NRA/USA Shooting Coach level II status.  Here is the national web site for SCTP:
you The mission of the Youth Outdoors Unlimited, Inc. is to preserve the heritage of hunting and fishing through its volunteer efforts with family, youth, and individual activities by providing opportunities that encourage the proud tradition of hunting, fishing, and their associated activities. We accomplish our mission through educational opportunities promoting ethical and responsible use of wildlife and our natural resources by teaching wilderness skills, resource management, and conservation.
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Healy Arms continues to be a supporter of our youth outdoor activities plus offering help for members and friends seeking information on new firearms.  Healy can be reached at (480) 621-5555.
Derrick Martin has been a friend to the club.  On more than one occasion Derrick has helped repair a stubborn shotgun, always with success.  He does great work and helps keep us up and running.