Archery Loop and Pin
The Archery loop and pin can be awarded only by a certified Cub Scout Archery shooting director.
Archery is a camp only program. Boys can earn archery recognition items only at council/district day camp, resident camp, or council-managed family camping programs.
To be a qualified and trained archery range supervisor, adults must take part in an archery supervisor training program conducted by the local council with the help of a National Camping School-certified field sports director or a National Archery Association (NAA) instructor.
Archery programs are not permitted at den and pack activities.
Complete these three requirements only at a council camp with a certified Cub Scout Archery shooting director present:
Earn the Archery belt loop, and complete five of the following requirements only at a council camp with a certified Cub Scout Archery shooting director present:
Before firing the Pro Archer course, the camper is to complete the following:
Shoot five groups (three arrows per group) trying to group each set within a circle the size of the nine-ring. (No specific score is required.)
In Cub Scout Archery, the camp awards the certificate when the Cub Scout or Webelos Scout qualifies for the different levels of recognition. It is possible to earn four certificates if every level of marksmanship has been accomplished.
Steps to Follow:
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