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[rec.scouting.usa] Commonly asked questions (FAQ 4) Part 2
Section - 4.2.15 BSA -- Boy Scouting - Why did the handshake change?

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In 1972 "The Scout Handclasp: It is made like a right handshake of greeting
except Scout use the left hand. The little finger is not separated from the 
other fingers. The handclasp in the United States is the
same as for Scouting in all the other countries of the world."

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