Shooting Sports

NRA Basic Instructor Course ( BIT )

Date: TBD

 

NRA Rifle Instructor Course

Date: TBD

 

NRA Shotgun Course

TBD

Rangemaster Training

Anyone planning to supervise a shooting range (including Cub Scout or Boy Scout archery, BB guns, wrist rockets/slingshots, catapults or rockets) at a district or council event such as day camp or Webelos Woods needs to take Range Master training. BSA requires all Cub Scout shooting sports to be supervised by a BSA certified Range Master. Range Master training covers setting up a range, safety, handling equipment, using a bow stringer, maintaining and storing equipment and instructing Scouts.  Register

Shooting Sports Manual

See the National Shooting Sports Manual (No 30931) for additional information.  Important updates were made to the manual in January 2014.

Resources

BSA Shooting Sports Manual (Changes made January 2014)
BSA Shooting Sports Page
Cub Scout Shooting Sports Award
Guide to Safe Scouting: Shooting Sports Section
Shooting Sports Program FAQs
Shooting Sports and FAQs
USA Archery

 

 

 

For Questions Contact:

Bob Shresberry
Council Shooting Sports Chair
 (555) 555-5555
 shrewsjr@yahoo.com

TBD
Cub Scout Shooting Chair 
 (555) 555-5555
email@email.com

 

Name
Title
(555) 555-5555
email@email.com

Brett Lee
Title
(555) 555-5555
 Brett.Lee@scouting.org