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Knife legislation - Wikipedia


Knife legislation is defined as the body of statutory law or case law promulgated or enacted by .... Folding, non-lock blade knives are legal to carry if the blade length does not exceed 7 cm (2.756...

US Knife Laws | KnifeUp


For example, some states forbid an individual from conceal carry of knives over a certain length but open carry of that same knife is legal. Other states forbid the ...

New York Knife Laws | KnifeUp - NYC


It is legal to own a hunting knife; It is legal to own a dirk or dagger; It is legal to ... The knife had an over-all length of 23/4 inches, a blade the size and shape of ...

New York May Stop Locking Up Thousands Of People A Year ... - NYC


Jun 15, 2016 ... Congrats to @DanQuartNY for his gravity knife law passing the NY ... devotes part of its newsletter to legal advice on knives—prosecutors, ...

What Knives You Can Carry Where In The United States - Gizmodo


Apr 10, 2015 ... If it looks scary, cops and courts maybe predisposed to charge you with stuff for carrying it. And even if that scary looking knife is strictly legal, ...

Knife Rights - New York Knife Laws


Below you will find the actual text of the New York State Penal Code and the New York City Municipal Code related to knives. Included are some notes to clarify ...

So What Knives ARE Legal in New York City, Anyway? The ... - NYC


Oct 10, 2014 ... Our cover story this week is about the thousands of people arrested in New York City in recent years for possession of common folding knives...

Knife Laws - FindLaw


Most states regard short-blade pocket knives as legal. ... There is no size limit for concealed folding knives (as long as the knife isn't in the open/locked position ...

State Knife Carry and Blade Length Laws - The Firing Line


Knives <3.5" are illegal to carry concealed with intent to use as a weapon, but otherwise are okay: A.P.E. v ... For legal status of icepicks and razors, see State v.

New York's Outdated Knife Law - The New York Times


May 31, 2016 ... Across New York, a law-abiding person can walk into a sporting goods or hardware store and buy a standard, pocket-size folding knife — and ...