Possession, Transportation, and Use of Firearms by Older Youth in 4-H Shooting Sports Programs
Thirty years ago we would think nothing of driving to school with a jackknife in our pocket or rifle in the gun rack. Since then, the practices of possessing, transporting, and using firearms have been limited by laws, rules, and public perception. Despite restrictions on youth, the Youth Handgun Safety Act does afford 4-H shooting sports members certain rights. This Tools of the Trade highlights the relevant laws and explains the strategy used in Oregon 4-H to help its youth responsibly possess, transport, and use firearms for legitimate purposes.
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White, D. J., & Williver, S. (2014). Possession, Transportation, and Use of Firearms by Older Youth in 4-H Shooting Sports Programs. The Journal of Extension, 52(3), Article 18. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol52/iss3/18