Folding, non-lock blade knives are legal to carry if the blade length does not
exceed 7 cm (2.756 in). Locking knives and knives over 7 cm must be transported
Brief summary of [Practical] Blade Length limits for Knife Carry in the U.S.. Yes =
seems to be legal; No = seems to be illegal ...
KnifeUp provides, for free, knife law guides for all 50 states. ... from conceal carry
of knives over a certain length but open carry of that same knife is legal.
Apr 10, 2015 ... And that's reflected in our bizarre hodgepodge of unclearly written knife laws.
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or County you are seeking information about. The Info below is just part of their
knife laws giving length laws as found in their laws. Municode Link is below.
State Knife Law Summaries. Arizona. Summary: Generally clear. Illegal to carry "
deadly weapon, (except a pocket knife) concealed." Max length: None apparent.
Nov 19, 2014 ... Law-abiding knife owners face no restrictions on the knives they can own ... a
fixed blade knife up to Texas' 5.5-inch blade length limit is legal, ...
Most states regard short-blade pocket knives as legal. ... Except for New York
City's knife length restriction against blades that are 4 or more inches, New York ...
Mar 1, 2014 ... Bowies are legal to carry concealed if you are on your own property. Double
sided knives are legal, no matter the size. If the knife fits in your ...
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