Do the following:
- Name and explain the archery safety rules.
- Tell about the local and state laws on ownership, use and registration or archery tackle.
Do the following:
- Name and point out the parts of an arrow.
- Name and point out the parts of a bow.
- Describe and show how to use an arm guard, shooting glove, finger tab, and quiver.
Shoot with bow and arrows, using a finger release:
- Explain proper care of and how to store the bow, bowstring, arrows, and leather items.
- Make a bowstring and use it.
- Make one complete arrow from a bare shaft.
- Explain the following terms: cast, bow weight, string height(fist-mele), aiming, spine, mechanical release, freestyle, and bare bow.
- Describe the different types of arrows.
- Show the nine basic steps of a good shooting method.
- Locate and mark with dental floss, crimp on, or other method the nocking point on a bow string.
- One round from any of the following NFAA field rounds and indoor rounds:
As a member of the NAA Junior Olympic Archery Development Club, qualify as a Yeoman, Junior Bowman, and Bowman. OR As a member of the NFAA Junior Division, qualify as a Cub or Youth by earning 100-score Progression Patches.
Explain the following:
- A field round of 14 targets and make a score of 60 points
- An indoor round and make a score of 50 points
- A 900 round and make a score of 225 points *
- An indoor FITA round I and make a score of 80 points ** OR
- The difference between field and target archery.
- Field round, hunter round, animal round.
- Scout field round.
- Indoor field rounds.
- 900, junior 900, Easton, and junior /easton rounds
- Indoor FITA rounds I and II
- FITA and junior FITA rounds
- Junior Olympic qualification rounds.
- The importance of obedience to a rangemaster or other person in charge of a range.