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Cub Scout Pack 452 Whittling Chip Class. Objective. Show examples of different knives Fixed vs retractable Blade less than 4 inches are ideal for whittling Single vs multiple blades Lockable vs unlockable blade Flexible vs rigid blade Single vs Multi-purpose Straight vs serrated edge.

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objective
Objective

Show examples of different knives

  • Fixed vs retractable
  • Blade less than 4 inches are ideal for whittling
  • Single vs multiple blades
  • Lockable vs unlockable blade
  • Flexible vs rigid blade
  • Single vs Multi-purpose
  • Straight vs serrated edge
safety first
Safety First
  • Knives are designed to cut only
  • NO Cubs under the age of Bear is allowed to carry a knife
  • A Cub needs to earn the privilege to carry a knife
  • Any “horse play” or unsafe use of knives will immediately result in the loss of the privilege or a corner of the whittling chip card.
safety rules
Safety Rules
  • Keep the knife sharp and clean
  • Know where your knife is at all times
  • Say “Thank you” when passing the knife
  • Check your “BLOOD CIRCLE” (Safety circle) before you open the knife
  • NO knives at school
knife terminology
Knife Terminology

Handle

Spine

Lock

The Blade

Tip

Belly

Heel

knife sharpening
Knife Sharpening
  • Use a wet stone with oil or water
  • Saturate the stone for 10 minutes
  • Not too much pressure
  • Long even stroke from heel to tip
  • 20 degree bevel at body
  • 45 degree bevel at edge
knife cross section
Knife Cross Section

20o angle

45o angle

carving ideas
Carving Ideas
  • Tent Peg
  • Pot lifter
  • Arrow or Skewer
  • “Bear”