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Old 09-20-2010, 06:16 AM   #1
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Default Knife Laws; by State

many states have strange knife laws; maybe this will help; or be a guide

State Knife Laws, City & County Ordinances - KnifeLawsOnline.com

KNIFE LAWS of the 50 STATES - Introduction and LINKS



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Old 02-14-2011, 04:14 AM   #2
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Thanks for posting this. Could prove useful.



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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.

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Some states like FL use the word weapon in their CC permit. Concealed Carry Weapons permit. Knives would be OK.

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No permit needed to carry the legal carry knives in Ma or NH

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You sure on those ma laws? You might want to check by city too.

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The only cities with different laws are Worcester and Boston.

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I'd say you have it covered very well.

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Thank you.

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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.



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