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Old 06-08-2018, 07:11 AM   #1
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Default Knife Rights’ Louisiana Switchblade Ban Repeal Bill Signed

Another useless and unnecessary law repealed.

https://kniferights.org/legislative-...l-bill-signed/
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Old 06-08-2018, 05:49 PM   #2
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Most switchblade laws were enacted because niqqers & chilishitters always had them when they got busted back in the day.
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Old 06-08-2018, 10:03 PM   #3
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Most switchblade laws were enacted because niqqers & chilishitters always had them when they got busted back in the day.
Most switchblade laws were enacted becauseU.S. LAWMAKERS ARE THE DUMBEST, MOST INBRED COCKSUCKERS ON THE FACE OF THE PLANET.
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Old 06-08-2018, 11:58 PM   #4
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Knives are sharp and they hurt people. Only chefs who have gone to culinary school and who have been properly trained in their use should be allowed to posses them. That is all God bless.
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Knives are sharp and they hurt people. Only chefs who have gone to culinary school and who have been properly trained in their use should be allowed to posses them. That is all God bless.

If that was the case Bourdain would of offed himself with a French chef's knife doing sepuku!
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Another useless and unnecessary law repealed.

https://kniferights.org/legislative-...l-bill-signed/
Good deal.

In Indiana we can carry them if we aren't felons. I have several automatic knives. Gov. Mike Pence signed a law that ended a decades-old ban on switchblade knives in Indiana in 2013

http://www.newsandtribune.com/news/i...e69a45287.html



Here is the one I carry most of the time. It's a nice little pocket knife.

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allows for the possession of a switchblade knife provided it is not “intentionally concealed on one’s person.”
Not sure what to make of this, sounds kind of like a catch-22. If you have it in your pocket you're concealing it and if you carry it around in your hand you could be charged with brandishing a weapon.
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Old 06-15-2018, 05:26 PM   #10
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Not sure what to make of this, sounds kind of like a catch-22. If you have it in your pocket you're concealing it and if you carry it around in your hand you could be charged with brandishing a weapon.
Quote: "That provision was necessary to gain the neutrality of the Sheriffs and the State Police."

Figures. And it is a catch-22.
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Not sure what to make of this, sounds kind of like a catch-22. If you have it in your pocket you're concealing it and if you carry it around in your hand you could be charged with brandishing a weapon.
From all that I have seen, our "concealed Weapons" laws do not cover knives.
I would guess that like most other large knives they will expect you to have it in a belt case or on a clip, and not jammed in your underwear like the brothers in New Orleans will be doing.

The way the law was written was terrible.
If you had an automatic open knife, and you were LEO or fire / rescue, it was considered a rescue knife.
For the rest of us it was a switchblade and illegal
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Old 06-15-2018, 11:37 PM   #12
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In Florida, CCW covers EVERYTHING. Auto knives, brass knuckles, sap gloves, slapjacks, and plain old knives.
When taking the class, you're cautioned about carrying in other states because a lot of them don't allow for the devices Florida does.
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Texas still does not allow

(A) blackjack;
(B) nightstick;
(C) mace;
(D) tomahawk.
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In Florida, CCW covers EVERYTHING. Auto knives, brass knuckles, sap gloves, slapjacks, and plain old knives.
When taking the class, you're cautioned about carrying in other states because a lot of them don't allow for the devices Florida does.
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Yes, it does. Says it right in the state statute too! ...and it would REALLY be nice if individual municipalities didn't treat auto knives differently than other weapons authorized for carry with a Florida concealed weapons or firearms license! Many municipalities used to each have their own little laws as to where a person could and could not carry firearms with a license, until the Governor told them they could keep their laws and pay a hefty fine compounded daily. ...or come in line with state law. They came in line. How are you supposed to know when you're breaking a law when it changes from one town to the next? This same situation still exists with auto knives, because different municipalities/jurisdictions WILL vary greatly as to how they treat auto knives, even with a concealed weapons or firearms license. So again, how are you supposed to know when you're breaking a law, when there's no consistency statewide? I'm not holding my breath for the "super majority" repukelicken state government or Governor to do anything about this situation. Hell, at this point I'm just hoping they don't pass any more gun control! In the meantime, beware of municipal laws concerning switchblades in Florida and be prepared to spend lawyer money if charged in said municipality. And yes, it's wise to remember that reciprocity from many other states ONLY pertains to firearms and (in many cases) none of the other listed weapons under Florida statute for concealed carry in Florida.
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