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BSA Shooting Sports

WHO: Cub Scouts
WHAT: BB Guns and Archery
WHERE: All Cub shooting is restricted to District or Council level events, including but not limited to: Day Camps, Resident Camps, Mom and Me, Dad 'n Lad, Parent and Pal. BB Guns and Archery CAN NOT be done at the pack level.
Who Again: The range must be administered by a certified BSA BB Gun (or Archery) Range Master
BB Gun Range Master: 18 years of age or older and trained by a National Camping School shooting sports director or National Rifle Association rifle instructor. Certification is good for two years. 3 hour course
Archery Range Master: 18 years of age or older and trained by a National Camping School shooting sports director. Certification is good for two years. 3 hour course.
Mid-America Council has at least 7 (that we know of) NCS certified shooting sports directors who are able to conduct BB and Archery trainings for your volunteers.
BSA Shooting Sports Quick Fact Sheet 
Links: BSA's Guide to Safe Scouting - Shooting Sports | Shooting Sports FAQ | Shooting Sports Manual

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