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Shotgun ShootingMerit Badge WorkbookThis workbook can help you but you still need to read the merit badge pamphlet.This Workbook can help you organize your thoughts as you prepare to meet with your merit badge counselor.You still must satisfy your counselor that you can demonstrate each skill and have learned the information.You should use the work space provided for each requirement to keep track of which requirements have been completed,and to make notes for discussing the item with your counselor, not for providing full and complete answers.If a requirement says that you must take an action using words such as "discuss", "show","tell", "explain", "demonstrate", "identify", etc, that is what you must do.Merit Badge Counselors may not require the use of this or any similar workbooks.No one may add or subtract from the official requirements found in Boy Scout Requirements (Pub. 33216 – SKU 637685).The requirements were last issued or revised in 2013 This workbook was updated in June 2017.Scout’s Name:Unit:Counselor’s Name:Counselor’s Phone No.:http://www.USScouts.Org http://www.MeritBadge.OrgPlease submit errors, omissions, comments or suggestions about this workbook to: Workbooks@USScouts.OrgComments or suggestions for changes to the requirements for the merit badge should be sent to: Merit.Badge@Scouting.Org1. Do the following:a. Explain why BB and pellet air guns must always be treated with the same respect as firearms.b. Describe how you would react if a friend visiting your home asked to see your or your family's firearm(s).c. Explain the need for and use and types of eye and hearing protection.Workbook Copyright 2017 - U.S. Scouting Service Project, Inc. - All Rights ReservedRequirements Copyright, Boy Scouts of America (Used with permission.)This workbook may be reproduced and used locally by Scouts and Scouters for purposes consistent with the programs of theBoy Scouts of America (BSA), the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) or other Scouting and Guiding Organizations.However it may NOT be used or reproduced for electronic redistribution or for commercial or other non-Scoutingpurposes without the express permission of the U. S. Scouting Service Project, Inc. (USSSP).

Shotgun ShootingScout's Name:d. Give the main points of the laws for owning and using guns in your community and state.e. Explain how hunting is related to the wise use of renewable wildlife resources. f. Successfully complete a state hunter education course, or obtain a copy of the hunting laws for your state,then do the following:1. Explain the main points of hunting laws in your state and give any special laws on the use of guns orammunition, and2. List the kinds of wildlife that can be legally hunted in your state.Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 2 of 11

Shotgun ShootingScout's Name:g. Explain to your counselor the proper hygiene guidelines used in shooting.h. Identify and explain three shotgun sports.1.2.3.Identify places in your community where you could shoot these sports and explain how you can join or be a part ofshooting sports activities.i. Give your counselor a list of sources that you could contact for information on firearms and their use.Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 3 of 11

Shotgun ShootingScout's Name:2. Do ONE of the following optionsA. Shotgun Shooting (Modern Shotshell Type) OPTION A a.Identify the principal parts of a shotgun, action types, and how they function.Part Name b.FunctionIdentify and demonstrate the rules for safely handling a shotgun. Demonstrate how to handle shotguns in a safe manner.Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 4 of 11

Shotgun Shooting c.Scout's Name:Identify the parts of a shotgun shell and their functions.Part name d.FunctionIdentify the various gauges of shotguns.Explain which one you would pick for use and why.Gauge:UseWhy?Gauge:UseWhy?Gauge:UseWhy?Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 5 of 11

Shotgun ShootingScout's Name:Gauge:UseWhy? e.Identify and explain the fundamentals of safely shooting a shotgun.Explain what a misfire, hangfire, and squib fire are, and explain the procedures to follow in response to each.What is it?Procedure to follow in responseMisfireHangfireSquib fire f. Identify and explain each rule for safely shooting a shotgun.Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 6 of 11

Shotgun ShootingScout's Name: g.Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to safely shoot moving targets, using the fundamentals ofshotgun shooting. h.Identify the materials needed to clean a shotgun. i. Demonstrate how to clean a shotgun safely. j. Discuss what points you would consider in selecting a shotgun. k.Shooting score required - Hit at least 12 out of 25 targets (48%) in two 25-target groups. The two groups need notbe shot in consecutive order. A minimum of 50 shots must be fired.1st Group Score:2nd Group Score:Shooting skill rules: Targets may be thrown by a hand trap, manual mechanical trap, or on any trap or skeet field. Note: If using a hand trapor manual mechanical trap, the trap operator should be at least 5 feet to the right and 3 feet to the rear of the shooter. Ifthrowing left-handed with a hand trap, the trap operator should be at least 5 feet to the left and 3 feet to the rear of theshooter. All targets should be thrown at a reasonable speed and in the same direction. If using a trap field, shoot station 3 with traps set to throw straightaway targets.Targets should be generally thrown so as to climb in the air after leaving trap.Scores may be fired at any time, either in formal competition or in practice.Any gauge shotgun not exceeding 12 gauge may be used.Only commercially manufactured ammunition may be used. Reloads may not be used in BSA shooting sports programs.Shooters must shoot in rounds of 25. Rounds need not be shot continuously on the same day (the term “round” refers toa single series of 25 shots).If using a skeet field, shoot station 7 low house.Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 7 of 11

Shotgun ShootingScout's Name:B. Muzzleloading Shotgun Shooting OPTION B a.Discuss a brief history of the development of the muzzleloading shotgun. b.Identify principal parts of percussion and flintlock shotguns and discuss how they function.Part NameShotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookFunctionPage. 8 of 11

Shotgun ShootingScout's Name:Part NameFunction c.Demonstrate and explain the rules of safely handling a muzzleloading shotgun. d.Identify the various grades of black powder and their proper and safe use. e.Discuss proper safety procedures pertaining to black powder use and storage.Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 9 of 11

Shotgun Shooting Scout's Name:f. Discuss proper components of a load. g.Identify proper procedures and accessories used for safely loading a muzzleloading shotgun. h.Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to safely shoot a muzzleloading shotgun on a range,including range procedures.Explain what a misfire, hangfire, and squib fire are, and explain the procedures to follow in response to each.What is it?Procedure to follow in responseMisfireHangfireSquib fire i. Shoot a moving target with a muzzleloading shotgun using the five fundamentals of firing the shot.Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 10 of 11

Shotgun Shooting j. Identify the materials needed to clean to clear a muzzleloading shotgun’s failure to fire and explain or demonstrate propercorrection procedures. k. Scout's Name:Demonstrate how to clean a muzzleloading shotgun safely.l. Identify the causes of a muzzleloading shotgun's failure to fire and explain or demonstrate proper preventive procedures. m.Discuss what points you would consider if selecting a muzzleloading shotgun. n.Shooting skill required -- Hit at least 5 out of 15 targets in each of two 15-target groups. The two groups need not be shotin consecutive order. A minimum of 30 shots must be fired.1st Group Score:2nd Group Score:Shooting skill rules: Targets may be thrown by a hand trap, manual mechanical trap, or on any trap or skeet field. Note: if using a hand trap ormanual mechanical trap, the trap operator should be at least 5 feet to the right and 3 feet to the rear of the shooter. If throwingleft-handed with a hand trap, the trap operator should be at least 5 feet to the left and 3 feet to the rear of the shooter. All targets should be thrown at a reasonable speed and in the same direction. On a skeet field, use station 7 low house.Targets should be generally thrown so as to climb in the air after leaving trap.Scores may be fired at any time, either in formal competition or in practice.Any gauge shotgun not exceeding 10 gauge may be used.Standard clay targets customarily used for trap and skeet are to be used.On a standard trap field, the shooter should be positioned 8 yards behind the trap house. The trap should be set to throw onlystraightaway targetsWhen working on merit badges, Scouts and Scouters should be aware of some vital information in the current edition ofthe Guide to Advancement (BSA publication 33088).Important excerpts from that publication can be downloaded meritbadges.pdf.You can download a complete copy of the Guide to Advancement from otgun Shooting - Merit Badge WorkbookPage. 11 of 11

Shotgun Shooting - Merit Badge Workbook Page. 11 of 11 j. Identify the materials needed to clean to clear a muzzleloading shotgun’s failure to fire and explain or demonstrate proper correction procedures. k. Demonstrate how to clean a muzzleloading shotgun safely. l. Identify the causes of a muzzleloading shotgun's failure to fire and .

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