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Barton County 4H Marksman compete at state match

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This year Barton County 4-H expanded their shooting sports program to include a Small Bore Rifle project. After a long summer of weekly practice’s and traveling the state to compete in several qualifying matches, four Barton county youth earned the opportunity to compete in the State of Kansas 4-H Shooting Sports Fall Match.
On Oct. 5, the four youth traveled to the Capital City Gun Club in Topeka to compete with 48 other 4-H youth at the state match. At the match the youth competed in a NRA 3 Position match where the shooter makes 10 scoring shots in ...

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