Boy Scout Shooting at the Rifle Range

Boy scout shooting at the rifle range

One of the favorite activities at a Boy Scout Camp is learning how to shoot a rifle.  The Rife Range is a popular location, but very controlled to ensure the safety of the boys involved.  They typically use 22 Caliber rifles for the shooting range and shotguns for the skeet shooting portion.

This image is of a young boy scout around 12 years old learning how to shoot at paper targets on the rifle range.

Picture of a Boy Scout at the Rifle Range


This young man has the appropriate hearing protection and goggles to protect his eyes.  He is wearing a wristband to show that he has been through the safety portion of the Rifle and Shotgun merit badge and is qualified to safely shoot.  This picture is available from the following stock agencies:


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January 27, 2015

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