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== Merit badge requirements ==
== Merit badge requirements ==

Revision as of 17:20, March 12, 2010

Carpentry is a discontinued merit badge. However, in honor of the BSA’s 100th Anniversary, Carpentry has been named to the BSA’s new Historical Merit Badge Program and can be earned by scouts from January 1, 2010 until December 31, 2010.
Carpentry merit badge
Image:Carpentry.jpg
Status: Elective
Created: 1911, 2010
Discontinued: no
BSA Advancement ID:
Requirements revision: 2010
Latest pamphlet revision: 2010

Contents

Merit badge requirements

1. Demonstrate the use of the rule, square, level, plumb-line, mitre, chalk-line and bevel.
2. Demonstrate the proper way to drive, set, and clinch a nail, draw a spike with a claw-hammer, and to join two pieces of wood with screws.
3. Show correct use of the cross-cut saw and of the rip-saw.
4. Show how to plane the edge, end and the broad surface of a board.
5. Demonstrate how to lay shingles.
6. Make a simple article of furniture for practical use in the home or on the home grounds, finished in a workmanlike manner, all work to be done without assistance.


Boy Scout Requirements, ({{{1}}}) Edition The official source for the information shown in this article or section is:
Handbook for Boys, 1946 Edition

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