many states have strange knife laws; maybe this will help; or be a guideState Knife Laws, City & County Ordinances - KnifeLawsOnline.comKNIFE LAWS of the 50 STATES - Introduction and LINKS
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Thanks for posting this. Could prove useful.
I can help you with Ma and NH.
NH: You can own and carry any thing, no restriction on blade length.
Ma: You can own anything, and you can carry anything with no restriction on blade length, except switch blades, durks, balisongs have a blade length limit of 1.5 in.
*Ballistic knives are illegal in all states.
Some states like FL use the word weapon in their CC permit. Concealed Carry Weapons permit. Knives would be OK.
"...from my cold dead hands" Charlton Heston & NRA
"He which hath no stomach to this fight,/ Let him depart." Henry V
No permit needed to carry the legal carry knives in Ma or NH
You sure on those ma laws? You might want to check by city too.
I don't need No stinking signature.
The only cities with different laws are Worcester and Boston.
I'd say you have it covered very well.
I know the section about Tennessee isn't current. We have passed laws allowing handgun carry permit holders to carry in parks unless the city/municipality says no. For firearms I would go to the NRA.org website.