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  • #31
    Originally posted by Eagle92 View Post
    FSU,

    Thanks for posting the link.

    AK,

    Yep, no liquid fuels for lighting fires for adults or youth. Heck I had one leader try and tell me liquid fuel stoves were now verboten. Luckily BSA allows you to still use liquid fuels if you use a manufactured device approved for the fuel to use, no more homemade tuna can stoves

    But my MSR Whisperlight International stove, designed to burn keroseen, gasoline, JP fuel, ad nasueum Is still OK .
    My Webelos made tuna can burners for hobo stoves using cardboard and wax. I assume that is still OK.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by dedkad View Post

      My Webelos made tuna can burners for hobo stoves using cardboard and wax. I assume that is still OK.
      Wax is not a liquid fuel.

      Stosh

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      • #33
        Stosh beat me to it

        The September 2012 version of <i>The Guide to Safe Scouting</i> is found here:

        http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/...afety/GSS.aspx

        It gets updates regularly, I bevel someone said every 3 months or so, but the last one update was May 2013. and the updates can be found here:

        http://www.scouting.org/filestore/He...416_update.pdf

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        • #34
          Our tigers did not obtain rank by Blue and Gold in Feb. Instead they got it in March. Nornally March would be arrow of light / web 2 cross over. Instead we did the tigers prior to arrow of light starting.

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