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Next NCAC Shooting Sports Committee Meeting: Tuesday, January 2 Teleconference.

If you have questions regarding shooting sports training, certifications, adding shooting sports to your activity, or similar shooting sports questions, please contact your District’s Shooting Sports Coordinator, or NCAC Shooting Sports Committee Chairman John Wolfgang at johnwolfgang [at] gsfcgec [dot] org.

NCAC SSC How To! So You Want to Hold a Scouting Shooting Sports Activity? (April 2017)

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Latest Shooting Sports News!
NCAC January 2018 Shooting Sports Calendar

Look for University of Scouting handouts and other new resources soon!

NCAC adheres to the Boy Scouts of America’s longstanding policy of teaching its youth and adult members the safe, responsible, intelligent handling, care, and use of firearms, air rifles, BB guns, and archery equipment in planned, carefully managed, and supervised programs.

From Cub Scouting to Venturing and Sea Scouting, all program divisions use responsible outdoor activities to promote character development and values-based leadership training. Shooting sports have the ability to attract and retain youth in the movement. Millions of young people participate in one or more of the sports annually — archery, rifle shooting, shotgun activities, etc. — guided by adult volunteers who have the skills and knowledge to provide quality programs in a safe and effective way.​

If you have questions or corrections about this webpage, please email the NCAC Shooting Sports Committee Webmaster – ncacsscwebmaster [at] gmail [dot] com.

Updated: January 2, 2018