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About Haukehaien

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    Born in Colorado, grew up in Africa, living in Oklahoma.

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  1. Current Guide to Shooting Sports (https://filestore.scouting.org/filestore/outdoor program/pdf/30931_wb.pdf) Appendix 9, p. 179 says: "Public, private property or commercial ranges must be certified using the application found here: Click here or type this address in browser https://www.scouting.org/outdoor-programs/shoot- ing-sports/permission/" Following that link takes you to https://www.scouting.org/outdoor-programs/shooting-sports/permission/ The page says: "The Private Property Approval for Shooting Sports by Units, Districts, and Councils is a work sheet you must use to
  2. The form is, as you have noted, entirely focused on firearm use. It is, however, still required according to the Shooting Sports Manual (Appendix 9, p. 179): So, as I read it, to use private land as an archery range, we have to have our Chief RSO come and inspect it and certify it safe for firearms use. <facepalm> But wait! On the next page, the range for an "Open Shoot" is defined as: Hurray! No approval required! And then in the next Appendix (The Instructional Archery Experience), we're back to having an NRA CRSO inspect our range and make sure it'
  3. The color I got (which I now can't find) was called "Dust Tan". It was Velcro brand. https://www.amazon.com/VELCRO-Brand-Fasteners-Patch-Tape/dp/B003SNZDN0
  4. Yeah, the button loop is what doesn't work - I think I'm going to have to go ahead and sew the one on that I'd like to have. The loop would probably work better if I didn't tend to keep things in my pockets - but I hate non-functional pockets. Thanks for the help, everyone!
  5. I don't generally wear the temporary patches, but occasionally want to. When I do, they ALWAYS fall off at some point. Is there a good way to keep them affixed? Should I just give up? TIA.
  6. Diplomacy is one of the best simulations of the leadup to WWI. It can take a VERY long time to play, but if you can take the time and work with the boys, it's really a good way to look at it. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diplomacy_(game)
  7. I agree with qwazse; I think it's best to use the salute for the position in which you are currently acting. If you are saluting as the leader of the Wolf Den, use the Cub Scout salute along with your Scouts.
  8. I'm (fairly) new to the forums and to Scouting. I got involved with my son last year when he was a Lion, and now I'm a Tiger den leader. Looking forward to learning a lot. --Scott
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