Talk:Shotgun Shooting

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    The requirements for this merit badge include one that is no longer a part of the MB as of the 2007 Revision. From what I can tell per more recent Requirements books, requirement f (Explain what a misfire, hangfire, and squib fire are, and explain the procedures to follow in response to each.) has been deleted and all the requirements after it have moved up one letter. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Jactar (talkcontribs) 13:09, March 10, 2009 (EDT). (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)

    Nice catch. I removed Shotgun 2f which was removed in 2007. Shotgun 2g is now 2f, 2h is now 2g, etc. The workbook was updated in 2007 and has been correct all along. I also added a signature for you. When you leave a message just end with four tilde's ~~~~ all together at the nd of your note and it will create the signature for you.— Milominderbinder2 (Sysop) 10:56, March 14, 2009 (EDT)
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