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California Knife Law

alifornia has relatively friendly knife laws, but as you can expect, with large urban centers like L.A. and others, there are some differences between urban laws and restrictions in other regions. Unlike other states who’s knife law is out of date, California’s is modern and up-to-date. This article will talk about what is legal, illegal, and in the gray area …

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New York State Knife Laws

New York knife laws are confusing and at times appear to be contradicting. This article shows you what the laws actually say, and ties them all together with the relevant Court decisions, in order to give you an easy to understand run down of knife laws, and what is legal in New York.   If you are looking for specific laws …

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Montana Knife Laws

Montana knife laws are among the top tier of friendliest knife laws in the country. What the Law States Montana amended its knife laws, effective October 1, 2017, by removing from the definition of concealed weapon “a knife with a blade 4 inches or more in length that is wholly or partially covered by the closing or wearing apparel of …

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West Virginia Knife Laws

est Virginia knife laws are full of legal ease that makes them difficult to understand. This article takes the law and puts it into plain English so that anyone can understand what is legal and what is not when it comes to owning and carrying knives in the state of West Virginia.

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Minnesota Knife Laws

The knife laws in Minnesota are very long and wordy. Unless you have formal training, the laws are almost cryptic. This article will explain the law in plain English as well as give you a detailed analysis of the law.

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Pennsylvania Knife Laws

Pennsylvania knife statutes are short and lacking in clear definitions. In order to determine what the law is, one must look at Court decisions, or case law. This article takes the statutes and the case law and puts it in a clear and organized manner that anyone can understand.

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Alaska Knife Laws

Alaska knife laws can be confusing. Here is what the knife laws mean in plain English. In short, Alaska has very, very knife friendly laws. You can own about anything you want. This is because, in Alaska, there are tons of huge animals like Bears that are very dangerous and the laws do not want you to be unable to defend …

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Texas Knife Laws

This Article has been updated on May 6, 2018 to include the updated statutes in the Texas penal code included specifically in the September 2017 House Bill #01935 exas knife laws are mostly found in the Court’s decisions, or case law, as the statutes are short and do not provide much information about what any of the terms mean. This …

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Louisiana Knife Laws

ouisiana Knife Laws can be a bit confusing and the statute lacks clarity on the issue of ownership.  We will need to assume that if the issue of ownership is not dealt with, then it is legal to own any knife unless it is specifically prohibited in the statutes.  This article will give you an understanding of Louisiana knife laws …

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Oregon Knife Laws

regon knife laws are found mostly in the Court’s decisions, or case law, and not in the statutes, which can make it not only hard to understand, but difficult to find. This article puts the law together in an easy to read way that even those without legal training will be able to find and understand what is legal and …