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New York City (NYC) Knife Laws

ew York is a city dubbed as one of the least friendly cities toward knife possession. A knife is viewed as essential as much as it is viewed as potentially dangerous to people, hence the strict knife laws of the city. At present, the knife laws in the city are governed by the New York City Administrative Code.

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Kentucky Knife Laws

he knife law in Kentucky is pretty confusing. This article will give you a clearer idea of what is legal and illegal in everyday English. The article will discuss the law, important cases, and implications.

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CRKT Ultima Review

Currently, the Ultima is out of stock at Amazon and BladeHQ, but they both have plenty of CRKT tactical knives.  See them at these links:     The Ultima lines of tactical knives are large and durable and have various configurations. If you look closely, the blade has a Stone Age look. The handle is both ergonomic and is designed …

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What is SG2 Steel?

The Powder Metallurgy (PM) SG2 steel is also known as SGPS. It is manufactured by a Japanese steel manufacturer that is well known for the steels they make. The SG2 is high carbon content and a high alloy stainless steel. Powder metallurgy improves the alloy significantly. Regardless of the few comments to the contrary, one of the absolutely finest kitchen …

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What is a Balisong?

“I’ve been Hearing a lot about these knives, balisongs, but what the heck are they?!”  I’m sure at one point or another we have all asked this question.  This should help answer some of the most common questions surrounding balisongs.    Balisongs A balisong is a pocket knife that has two handles that both rotate in such a way that …

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Washington Knife Laws

Washington knife laws are vague and difficult to piece together. This article puts all of the laws together in an easy to understand way, so that anyone can figure out what is legal and what is not when it comes to owning and carrying knives in the state of Washington.

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Ka-Bar Mule Folder Review

Due to the popularity of the fixed blade Ka-Bar and the clamor for a folding variation, the folding Ka-Bar Mule was designed. It’s almost as tough as the fixed blade version and looks just as menacing. The slight loss of durability is not really an issue here. It is a folder for one thing, and second, the fixed blade Ka-Bar …

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Spyderco Paramilitary 2 Review

The Spyderco Paramilitary 2 is a foldable knife that’s ideal for military use and any other outdoor activity. Coming from Spyderco, the product has been in the market for some time and is now available online. It’s slightly longer than 8 inches when opened with the blade portion measuring around 3.4 inches.

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Indiana Knife Laws

Indiana knife laws are very fair and somewhat strait forward. This article will give you a briefing of what is allowed and not allowed under the law, what the law says, and an explanation of what that means. This article will also cite case precedence that has shaped the meaning of Indiana knife law.

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Illinois Knife Law

his article will give you the basics of Illinois knife law in simple everyday language. It will also include excerpts from the law itself and case precedence so you will know exactly what the law means. The excerpts are truncated by me with […] whenever it goes off into something that is unrelated to knives.