A switchblade is a type of knife with a folding or sliding blade contained in the
handle which is opened automatically by a spring when ...
The following is a comprehensive compilation of the laws on switchblades (also
called automatics) in the United States. This chart covers both overall federal ...
The complete State Knife law information is available to current AKTI ... Click here
for information on automatic knives (Federal Switchblade Act) and a list of ...
For knife law, the only federal law is the Switchblade Knife Act of 1958 as well as
the 2009 amendment to the act (see 15 U.S.C. §1244). The federal knife law ...
U.S. state laws regarding possession, concealed and non-concealed carry State
Possession Carry Alabama Legal - State Code: Title 13A Criminal Code Legal ...
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May 19, 2013 ... Another question I get asked regularly. The answer to this depends on you, what
"privileges" you have, and where you live.
Assisted Opening Knives Switchblade knives were invented in the. ... Here we
will explain the difference between illegal switchblade knives, and legal spring ...
A switchblade (also known as an automatic knife, switch, or in British English flick
knife) is a type of knife with a folding or sliding blade contained in the handle ...
Dec 10, 2012 ... They are not switchblades, which are largely illegal, though this distinction is not
always recognized by law. (The Federal Switchblade Act was ...
Sep 5, 2002 ... Below are the laws regarding switchblades for each state. The source is the
November 1998 issue of Tactical Knives. Be sure and check with ...