Cuyahoga Blade Lenght Law
Ohio law (ORC) concerning knives has NO length law. Its intent based, (ORC concerning concealed weapons) if you have a rock in your pocket and you are stopped by the police and you state the reason for having the rock in your pocket is to use it as a …
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California Knife Law "Simplified" Q&A Need to Know Whats
(5 days ago) 16. Jan 23, 2014. #17. In regards to schools, under California penal code 626.10, it is illegal to carry any "dirk" or "dagger", any folding knife with a locking blade, or any non-locking folder with a blade longer than 2.5", on any public OR private school property.
Can a town or municipality supercede state law for an
(3 days ago) This means counties and cities within IN are free to make make laws that do restrict knives further, but they cannot "trump" state law by making legal something forbidden by the state (e.g. a city cannot pass a law making switchblades legal). The exception to this rule is preemption, which is a law at higher levels that forbids the creation of
A quick summary of what is and isn't legal in Los Angeles
(9 days ago) Under state law, it’s fairly clear that there’s no prohibition on carrying a switchblade with a sub-2” blade. Under PC § 21310 it’s illegal to conceal carry a “dirk or dagger,” and under § 16470 “dirk or dagger” is defined as any knife “capable of ready use as a …
Federal blade length regulations
(6 days ago) There is a federal law that governs the carrying of "deadly or dangerous weapons" on federal property, including property leased by the federal government. It does NOT cover carrying them in federal courthouses, at the White House complex, or at the US Capitol and its complex. All of these latter places have their own, stricter, rules.
Common sense knife carry law for Virginia Commonwealth
(9 days ago) The first person you talked to was an idiot. You can carry any knife on you, concealed or otherwise, as long as it isn't a fixed blade. The law may be different in certain cities but the state laws say that as long as it's not a "dirk, dagger, bowie, or knife of like kind" it's legal.
are switchblades legal to carry in florida BladeForums.com
(6 days ago) state law is one thingcity and county ordinances are another. the case law of a folding knife under 4" defines it as a pocket knife and not a weapon. pocket knives aren't illegal or weapons under state laws. its a good ref but always consult a weapons lawyer for correct information for the areas you're in and travel to in the state.
Canadian knife law specifics. BladeForums.com
(2 days ago) The law is the same, but the officers in the city have decided there is no "reasonable" use it for there. These nebulous definitions are the problem. To use an analogy: street racing is illegal, speeding is illegal, and there is nothing "reasonable" about having a Ferrari, arguably built for racing purposes, to drive around the city.
PA Knife laws. Is this knife legal
(8 days ago) The way that law is written can make such a clusterfuck of things. I think even many cops have trouble understanding it. Most weapons laws are written to be vague like that to give a certain amount of discretionary privilege to cops and prosecutors should the need arise.
Fixed Blade carry in Virginia BladeForums.com
(3 days ago) Case law does provide some guidance on the above statute with respect to a fixed blade. See Gilliam v. Com., 49 Va.App. 508, 642 S.E.2d 774, (2007), which provides in part: “ n order to be a ‘weapon’ within the definition of ‘weapon of like kind,’ the item must be designed for fighting purposes or commonly
California OTF laws BladeForums.com
(4 days ago) Both the federal law and the state law only target sellers. ^this That's why I have most of my autos. The Federal Gov't and State Gov'ts need to really revisit auto laws so they can see how antiquated and asinine these restrictions are. A knife is a knife..a tool is a tool. zzyzzogeton. Joined Feb 17, 2013 Messages
Ohio's knife laws are currently insane BladeForums.com
(2 days ago) The CCW law was an abortion when it first passed if you remember that mess. It has since been clarified a few times so I do have hope for the knife law reform. Again thanks to Mr Ritter and Knife rights for getting it this far. Reactions: 000Robert. 000Robert. Gold Member. Joined Mar 28, 2020 Messages 3,692.
Oregon OTF Laws BladeForums.com
(Just Now) There is zero case law that is instructive on what extent such a knife would have to be visible. I suppose if it has a clip you could clip it to clothing such that the knife's bulk is on the outside. But other than that you would be rolling the dice with any cop that takes an interest in you.* The second is county or city law.
Ohio knife carry laws BladeForums.com
(6 days ago) Jan 6, 2016. #2. Ohio laws permit you to own or openly carry any knife (unless a county or city law applies). However, concealed carry really gets tricky because the law is very vague. No specific knives are mentioned, or knives at all for that matter. It's just illegal to carry a "deadly weapon" concealed on your person and/or readily at hand
South Carolina carry laws BladeForums.com
(9 days ago) A preemption law is being passed (thanks to knife rights of america) to make it were city cant be harsher than state law. I normally carry a 3-4 inch folding blade and have no problem. I once got caught with a bunch of kabars in the back of my jeep and nothing was sad. It all sort of depends on the cop and how he is feeling . G.
Knife Law in Sacramento, CA BladeForums.com
(1 days ago) As far as carrying a printout of the law, I know of one specific incident where a former co-worker of mine used such a printout to saved himself from having his knife confiscated by a cop. I had advised the guy to carry a printout of the law, and one night he was stopped by a cop on the street, who apparently was just looking to hassle someone.
Is a Kubotan legal to carry in new york city
(8 days ago) Different ADA's sometimes view this differently, but when the words "possession by any person" are used instead of simply "possession" it is meant to cover a weapon carried on your person and not in house, however the penal law goes into great detail to state how a illegal firearm in a house is a Misd, while it is a felony on your person, so
California Law Re: Push Daggers BladeForums.com
(4 days ago) The push dagger was a favorite concealed knife of the era. So California created laws against blackjacks, slung shots, daggers, dirks, and push daggers. The good people of San Francisco also developed their own advanced form of neighborhood watch called "The Committee of Vigilance", from which we get the term vigilantes.
Las Vegas knife laws BladeForums.com
(5 days ago) 1,332. Aug 21, 2016. #3. The law you're referring to actually comes from Clark County's code, rather that from the city of Las Vegas or the State of Nevada (neither of which have relevant knife restrictions, oddly enough.) It is unlawful, within the unincorporated area of Clark County, for any person to carry upon his person a concealed weapon
Missouri knife law BladeForums.com
(2 days ago) this state. Missouri Case Law: - "Knife which was 7 to 8 inches long with a 4 to 5 inch. blade could be found to be a 'dagger' and thus a 'deadly. weapon' (1982) - "Information charging defendant with knowingly carrying a. concealed weapon, a boot knife with a 4-1/2 inch blade,
Michigan Knife Law
(2 days ago) The law allows an individual to carry a folding knife of ANY size as long as it is not carried with illegal intent. This is per LE training received from the Macomb County Sheriff Office. This certainly doesn't preclude an officer from misinterpreting the law.
French knife laws. BladeForums.com
(2 days ago) Life's too short to soil my trousers over some law on the books that's never reinforced. I've lived in Europe since 1993 (minus 1998-2003 back in Florida). I carry whatever I want, wherever. I carried an Opinel 8 through security and up the Eiffel tower.
Seattle knife laws BladeForums.com
(2 days ago) It is unlawful for a person knowingly to: A. Sell, manufacture, purchase, possess or carry any blackjack, sand-club, metal knuckles, switchblade knife, chako sticks, or. throwing stars; or. B. Carry concealed or unconcealed on his or her person any. dangerous knife, or …
Ohio's knife laws are currently insane Page 2
(8 days ago) Our law has a catch all for "any object apparently capable of causing serious bodily harm" to the mix of things you can't carry "comcealed". It really opens people up to a charge when nothing else tbey were doing was wrong. A convenient "catch all" P. …
massachusetts knife laws BladeForums.com
(8 days ago) This feature of the law protects collectors, but it does not specify how a collector is to legally carry his/her new purchase to their home, since public carry is a felony. Boston, Lawrence, Cambridge, Revere, Lynn, Salem and Beverly have 2.5" blade limit for knives carried in public. These are local ordinances, punishable by arrest and $300 fine.
European knife law guide BladeForums.com
(5 days ago) The "Weapons and Munitions law" article 2. lists different types of weapons. It states that: "melee weapons, brass knuckles, dagger, kama, saber, bayonet and other items whose primary purpose is offense" are considered weapons. Most knives are therefore considered tools and technically legal to possess and carry.
Sword cane law BladeForums.com
(9 days ago) And besides the law, imagine the social implications of a cop, guard, or business owner taking someone's stick or not letting them in. He or she might was well paint "Jerkwad" on their forehead. Reactions: WftRight. H. hp995. Joined Dec 16, 2012 Messages 6. Dec 18, 2012 #5 Glistam, you know what? When I read your post about AZ, etc.,
san francisco knife law BladeForums.com
(7 days ago) Furthermore the law bans "any knife any blade of which is automatically released by a spring mechanism or other mechanical device." This would seem, in my non-CA local, non-lawyer opinion, to also ban assisted openers. Article 17, Section 1293 Summary - You cannot give or sell ANY knife to a minor unless you are their parent or guardian.
Washington knife laws Page 2 BladeForums.com
(2 days ago) The term is "general authority law enforcement officer," and the definition includes full time and fully compensated.), on duty military/NG, on duty EMTs, and on duty firefighters. Transport to and from where they are stored while not on duty is also ok.
Ohio Senate Passes Knife Rights' Knife Law Preemption Bill
(2 days ago) Knife Law Preemption is a Knife Rights’ criminal justice reform effort that nullifies existing ordinances and prevents new local ordinances more restrictive than state law which only serve to confuse or entrap law-abiding citizens traveling within or through the state. Preemption ensures citizens can expect consistent enforcement of state
Clarify on Massachusetts/Boston knife laws
(6 days ago) 16-45.1 Carrying of Weapons Prohibited. No person, except as provided by law, shall carry on his person, or carry under his control in a vehicle, any knife having any type of blade in excess of two and one-half (2½ ) inches, ice picks, dirks or similar weapons that are likely to penetrate through police officer's ballistic vests, or other object or tool so redesigned, fashioned, prepared or
CA katana and sword laws BladeForums.com
(8 days ago) The two statutes in the California penal code that refer to the concealed carry of "dirks or daggers" (which is how California law refers to all fixed-blades) are 21310 and 21390, and neither refer to such a crime being a felony.
Karambit EDC carry legality in Canada BladeForums.com
(2 days ago) This is true most of the time, but I'm aware of one instance from the case law where a woman was convicted of carrying a concealed weapon for carrying a knife in her purse, although she said that the only reason she kept it in her purse was that it was a convenient way to carry it. The court reasoned that a reasonable person knows that placing
CA Knife Law: Transporting Knives BladeForums.com
(7 days ago) The law here in California that says it's illegal to carry a concealed fixed-blade specifically refers to carrying the knife "upon the person" (CA pc 21310). And there is case law in California that specifically addresses this topic (People v. Pellecer) which specifically says that in order for a knife to be considered illegally concealed it
Italian Knife Laws BladeForums.com
(3 days ago) the law i italy talks about "giustificato motivo" which basically translate into having a legit (usually work or environment related ) reason to carry. everything is very much left to the discretion of the LEO you may bump into. there is not such a thing as a permitted size, …
British Columbia Knife Laws BladeForums.com
(2 days ago) So I was looking around for knife law definitions and such and lets be honest Canadian law can be pretty vague on the topic. I know it would not be "illegal" by direct definition but I want to get a Kukri that has a drop-sheath that loops over the belt and straps to the thigh of the leg.
Maine Knife/Brass Knuckle Laws BladeForums.com
(1 days ago) 1. Apr 20, 2021. #1. So Maine law states any knife with the intent to harm or defend oneself cannot be conceiled carried, however can be open carried. Maine also outlaws brass knuckles. However, I inherited a brass knuckle knife that falls into the previous classification as a knife intended for self defense as, I doubt im going to use brass
Knife discrimination Page 7 BladeForums.com
(1 days ago) So balanced laws that limit accessibility as much as possible to the law abiding and from criminals is perhaps what he is advocating rather than no laws at all. Bob, forgive me if I am off base, as I said it was a guess. Reactions: NG VI and Bob Denman. Bob Denman Eponymous Member. Gold Member. Platinum Member. Joined Jul 20, 2021 Messages
Clarify on Massachusetts/Boston knife laws
(2 days ago) To answer the OPs original question from 2012, you can demonstrably and arguably carry a Strider SNG within the law in Boston, however I would strongly recommend against taking it anywhere you could be questioned about it because it is in excess of 2.5inches thus requiring a good reason to have it per the exceptions.
Connecticut Knife Laws
(7 days ago) The law contains no clear cut exceptions for simply camping or hiking. For other readers of this thread, the exception to the 4 inch limit states exactly: Because of the law as written is the law, any commentary by law enforcement or attorneys that states it is legal when camping or hiking is purely opinion and cannot be relied upon if you were
Texas Knife Laws BladeForums.com
(Just Now) In Texas state law it's legal to carry single-edge knives, folder or fixed, at long as the blade less than 5.5 inches. Throwing knives, daggers and "bowie knives" are illegal regardless of length. Texas is one of the states where concealment is irrelevant. If it's illegal, it's illegal open or concealed.
Pennsylvania switchblade carry laws BladeForums.com
(Just Now) Sadly, there are no exemptions allowing someone with one arm to carry. I don’t think there’s even an exemption for law enforcement (though there is an exemption that allows them to carry blackjacks). D. DMG. Joined Dec 30, 2005 Messages 723. Sep 12, 2020 #4 Tony3222 said:
Knife Rights Ohio Knife Law Preemption Bill Introduced
(5 days ago) Knife Law Preemption is a Knife Rights criminal justice reform effort that repeals and prevents local ordinances more restrictive than state law which only serve to confuse or entrap law-abiding citizens traveling within or through the state. Preemption ensures citizens can expect consistent enforcement of state knife laws everywhere within a
Washington Knife Laws
(5 days ago) RCW 9.41.270. Weapons apparently capable of producing bodily harm — Unlawful carrying or handling — Penalty — Exceptions. (1) It shall be unlawful for any person to carry, exhibit, display, or draw any firearm, dagger, sword, knife or other cutting or stabbing instrument, club, or any other weapon apparently capable of producing bodily
Maryland knife laws. BladeForums.com
(3 days ago) Law enforcement doesn't just grab random people off the street and strip search them. Don't give them a reason. T. TOM1960. Joined Nov 5, 2007 Messages 653. Oct 26, 2009 #14 glistam said: Correct. They are both "penknives" and are legal concealed or open, so long as you don't go threatening people, or take them to school or a court house.