Information and guidance for council, district, and unit level shooting sports programs keeping within BSA standards.
The BSA Shooting Sports Manual
NOTE: Due to the many new programs in Shooting Sports and new Manual is being developed for release in 2017!
Here is some corrected and supplemental information to follow until a new Shooting Sports Manual is produced.
Scouting Pistol Safety and Marksmanship Program Manual Click here
Cowboy Action Shooting Program Manual Click here
Chalk Ball Program Manual Click here
Multi-Gun Airsoft Experience Operations Guide Click here
Competitive Shooting Sports Teams Guidelines Click here
Guidelines and equipment to run a Sporting Arrows program
For complete information regarding BSA Shooting Sports go here
Shooting Sports Merit Badge requirements
Shop for and compare prices on quality products for your shooting sports programs from companies trusted by the BSA.
Jim Horner has purchase agreements for firearms and ammunition with Remington
For 40% off Savage Arms contact Cathy Hale
Henry Rifles offer at least 15% off, contact Dan Clayton
Leslie Pavel can help you with ammunition purchases from Federal Premium
For BB guns from Crossman contact Bob Soldivera
Printer ready targets for your Cub Scout BB gun range
Most camps have or plan to have shooting sports venues. Here are approved Design Guidelines of safe range layouts
Here are plans for building a Cowboy Action Range Pavilion
Plans for a BB Gun Range using canvas backstop
Design guidelines for rifle and muzzle-loading range
Design guidelines for a shotgun range including trap and skeet
Design guidelines for the newly approved Sporting Arrows program
Free Money Alert!!!!!!! Once again, the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) is giving $100,000 to councils to improve their shooting sports programs. Click here for details and an application.