Guide to Safe Scouting wrote:Cub Scouting Standards
Youth members of Cub Scouting are permitted to participate in the shooting activities named in here only.
Archery and BB gun shooting are restricted to day camps, Cub Scout/Webelos Scout resident camps, council-managed family camping programs, or to council activities where there are properly trained supervisors and all standards for BSA shooting sports are enforced. Archery and BB gun shooting are not to be done at the pack level.
Cub Scouts are not permitted to use any other type of handgun or firearm.
kwildman wrote:rules for cub shooting are pretty clear that they should not be done at other locations. I know some bend the rules a little if you use a council range. But i would not do a shooting event at non-council sponsored or non-council camp. You are not allowed to setup a range in your backyard regardles of wether you follow the rules. i would be careful because regardless of what your trainer told you ,your council and/or national will not back you up if you dont follow national standards and someone gets hurt.
addtionally the shooting sports publication is a "restricted item" and is intended for the shooting sports director of a cub scout camp.
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