Slingshot Requirements

LEVEL 1: PARTICIPATION AND KNOWLEDGE (ALL RANKS)

1. On an approved range, demonstrate to qualified leadership good shooting techniques, including eye dominance, breathing, sight alignment, and follow-through.

2. On an approved range, explain the parts of a slingshot and demonstrate how to properly use them.

3. Explain the different types of ammunition that may be used with a slingshot and those that may not be used.

4. Explain the different types of targets that may be used with a slingshot and those that may not be used.

LEVEL 2: SKILL AND KNOWLEDGE

To earn the Level 2 Skill and Knowledge recognition, a Cub Scout must complete the Level 1 Participation and Knowledge requirements, and do the following:

• Tigers must complete S1–S3 from the Tiger column.

• Wolves must complete S1–S3 from the Wolf column.

• Bears must complete S1–S3 from the Bear column.

• Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts must complete S1–S3 from the Webelos/Arrow of Light column.

 

Tiger

Wolf

Bear

Webelos/Arrow of Light

S1

On an approved range, shoot three shots at a target; then repeat and do your best to improve your score. (Shoot a total of six shots.)

On an approved range, shoot five shots at a target; then repeat and do your best to improve your score. (Shoot a total of ten shots.)

On an approved range, shoot five shots at a target; then repeat twice and do your best to improve your score each time. (Shoot a total of 15 shots.)

On an approved range, shoot five shots at a target; then repeat three times and do your best to improve your score each time. (Shoot a total of 20 shots.)

S2

Demonstrate proper range commands, and explain how and when to use them.

Demonstrate proper range commands, and explain how and when to use them.

Demonstrate proper range commands, and explain how and when to use them.

Demonstrate proper range commands, and explain how and when to use them.

S3

On an approved range, try shooting with your non-dominant hand.

On an approved range, try shooting with your non-dominant hand.

On an approved range, try shooting with your non-dominant hand.

On an approved range, try shooting with your non-dominant hand.