Quick tips about pocket knife safety for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts

A sharp blade can be a useful tool when setting up camp, fishing or cooking. It can also be dangerous when used carelessly. Policies vary among packs, troops, councils and camps when it comes to what blade types and lengths are allowed. The BSA sets no official standard on knife length. But there’s one rule everyone agrees on: pocket knife use requires responsibility. A tool, not a toy

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