It is legal, but it has to be less than 3 and 1 half inches
Yes it is elegal to carry switch blade butterfly and automatic knives any where in the usa . you could do it any way though but you should get a different knife.
pretty much any blade is legal as long as its not switch blades or has an automatic release
No it is not.
any pocket knife with a blade under 4". This excludes switch blades, gravity knives and double edged. You may purchase knives that fall into this category at the age of 16, with proper photo identification.
legal to own one but illegal to carry
No. In Massachusetts, it is illegal to carry a switch blade or gravity knives (such as a butterfly knife) it is 100% legal to own them however. You can also carry knives if your a minor. Also there is no size limit, whether the knife is on your person or at home. But as clarification, a switchblade is a knife that has its blade that expends out of the front or side of the handle by pressing a button or lever. You have to be touching the blade itself to fling it open, even if it is spring assisted. So basically here is a quick rundown. Anyone with no serious criminal record can carry ANY knife on there person as long as you have to touch the metal part of the blade to open it. Cheers.
Switchblades, whether concealed or not, are illegal in Missouri. You may not carry one.
It is legal for you to carry an assisted opening knife but not a switchblade. An assisted opening knife does not have a button but does have a spring, you slightly open the knife and then it opens the rest of the way for you.Remember it has to be under 5.5 inches.
Why would they? A policemen would need a heavier duty blade-a switch blade simply would not suffice.
The U.S. Secret Service is known to carry SIG Sauer P229 semi-automatic pistols as a standard issue firearm.
09-FEB-2007 -- The Arkansas legislature has repealed Sec. 5-73-121 of the Arkansas Code pertaining to the offense of carrying a knife as a weapon. Prior to its repeal, Sec. 5-73-121 had imposed a three and a half inch blade length limit on knife carry, and knives carried with blades over the specified length were presumed to be weapons under the statute. With the repeal of Sec. 5-71-121, implemented as Act 83 of 2007, Arkansas no longer has a statutory blade length limit for knife carry.
Yes, you can carry a stun gun in Arkansas. They are perfectly legal.
he would always carry a switch blade in his back pocket and would get pale, and nervous when he saw socs
Yes, but it is illegal to carry any fixed blade knife, machete, or sword with longer than a 4 inch blade on your person. Furthermore, you can't carry automatic-opening knives, butterfly knives, assisted opening knives, or anything with a spring loaded component.
Arkansas has no limit on the length of a pocket knife. The law was repealed.09-FEB-2007 -- The Arkansas legislature has repealed Sec. 5-73-121 of the Arkansas Code pertaining to the offense of carrying a knife as a weapon. Prior to its repeal, Sec. 5-73-121 had imposed a three and a half inch blade length limit on knife carry, and knives carried with blades over the specified length were presumed to be weapons under the statute.With the repeal of Sec. 5-71-121, implemented as Act 83 of 2007, Arkansas no longer has a statutory blade length limit for knife carry.
Switchblades are illegal to carry and to possess in Michigan. however there are some types of switchblades that are legal; for example, if its a folding switch blade its OK.
It is legal to carry a key chain.
A person can carry a fixed blade knife in Illinois if it is under 3 inches. A blade that is 3 inches or more is considered a category I weapon and is illegal.
If you have a NYS hunting liscense and you are carrying it while hunting or traveling to or from a hunting trip.Yes
No. Automatic knives are not legal in Wisconsin. State Code: 941.24 No, it is not legal to carry a switchblade knife or to have one in your possession at any time (such as in the car you are traveling inside).This is according to Wisconsin State Law 941.24:941.24"(1) Whoever manufactures, sells or offers to sell, transports, purchases, possesses or goes armed with any knife having a blade which opens by pressing a button, spring or other device in the handle or by gravity or by a thrust or movement is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor."
illegal regardless of age or lengthState Code: Chapter 571, Weapons Offenses 571.020.1.(7)
It is very possible that Hillary Clinton can carry a general election the state of Arkansas. It will depend on the voters and her backers.
It is my understanding that the switch blade\automatic knife was made legal in Colorado in the early part of August, 2017More information:Each state has its own regulations about knives. Many permit switchblades, but might specify the maximum length or whether it may be carry concealed or open carry. Please see discussion below for a link summarizing each state's law.
Almost all states prohibit carrying any knife with a blade longer than 3 or so inches. And a switchblade is considered a dangerous weapon. Check the individual states for specifics, the link below gives a summary.