Archery Merit Badge Helps and Documents

While working on the requirements for the Archery merit badge, Scouts learn range safety rules. They also familiarize themselves with archery equipment and discover how to maintain it. Then they demonstrate their archery skills using a recurve bow, a longbow, or a compound bow.

Get the Archery Merit Badge pamphlet

Printable helps for requirements:

Printable requirements for Archery Merit Badge

Printable checkoff sheet for Archery Merit Badge

Printable note sheet for Archery Merit Badge

Printable checkoff sheet for all Scouts BSA merit badges

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