Shooting Sports 

Truly a favorite among Scouts. Cole Shooting Sports (Archery, Shotgun, Rifle , and Black Powder) Ranges were rebuilt in 2003 as part of the AWAC Capital Campaign. Rifles, shotguns, bows and arrows are all well maintained and replaced on a regular schedule. All of these badges require good hand and eye coordination and are not recommended for first year Scouts. Additional sessions may be required to complete these badges. All Shooting Sports activities are supervised by a National Camp School Trained Shooting Sports Director or NRA Certified Instructor.

Scouts should be able to pull a 35 lb. bow and have good hand and eye coordination. Scouts may need to use open archery sessions to complete this badge.

Archery

Scouts can bring personal ear and eye protection, but they are provided at no additional cost. Only option A (modern cartridge type) will be offered. Scouts may need to use open rifle sessions to complete this badge.

Rifle

Scouts can bring personal ear and eye protection. There is a $20 fee for shotgun shells that must be paid prior to coming to camp. Scouts may need to use open shotgun session to complete this badge. Although there is no age requirement, scouts should be able to physically handle the power of a shotgun.

Shotgun

OPEN SESSIONS

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Muzzleloader/
Blackpowder

Open for Scouts and adults to come and shoot rifle and archery. NOTE: Merit Badge students will have priority during these times. There is no additional cost. No age restrictions.

Archery/Rifle

Any Scout and leader can come down and shoot those pesky clay pigeons. The camp uses both 12 and 20 gauge shotguns.  Cost is 5 shells for $2 payable at the camp office. No age restrictions. Participants must be able to handle a shotgun.

Shotgun