Re: Re Knives
Len Christiansen (lrchristiansen@WORLDNET.ATT.NET)
Sat, 21 Jun 1997 22:52:25 -0500
Doug Roach wrote:
> To the list,
> It has been understood by an adult leader in our Troop (and a former
> Fox) that ANY non-approved BSA knife is not authorized to be carried
> any Scout. This does NOT specifically apply to just sheath knives, but
> applies as well to folding knives not approved by BSA. The heck with
> Bowie knives, this means my "Leatherman" can't be carried. Help! I'm
> lost without it!
> Has anyone ever heard of such a regulation?
> Doug Roach
> SA Troop 10 - South Florida Council - Miami
> "Got to keep the loonies on the Path..."
> ---Pink Floyd
Oh, yeah. And you can't drive Scouts unless it is in a car that has the
BSA stamp of approval on ech piston. And the meat in all your meals has
has to be stamped "BSA Prime" And the wood for the campfire has to be
cut from a BSA Approved forest with a saw that has BSA Approved stamped
on both the handle and the blade. And the fire cannot be lit with
anything other than BSA Approved matches. And the blueberries in the
Where do they come up with this stuff?
SA Troop 292, Mobile, AL ...I used to be an eagle!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City