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Unread 2013-11-05, 10:19 AM   #1
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Default US Knife laws

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http://www.knifeup.com/knife-laws/
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Unread 2013-11-05, 10:28 AM   #2
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Kansas law is wrong on that map..."It is illegal to own switchblades and other automatic knives".

HB2033 repeals all existing local knife laws in Kansas and enacts statewide preemption of any attempt to pass new local knife laws more restrictive than state law. HB2033 also repeals the ban on the possession of switchblades, dirks, daggers and stilettos.
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Kansas law is wrong on that map..."It is illegal to own switchblades and other automatic knives".

HB2033 repeals all existing local knife laws in Kansas and enacts statewide preemption of any attempt to pass new local knife laws more restrictive than state law. HB2033 also repeals the ban on the possession of switchblades, dirks, daggers and stilettos.

Yeah, I just noticed that (not sure if there is a "contact us" link for them to update it. I know there is a similar one for CCH
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Missouri was updated in 2012 and that update does not show on the link.

http://www.kniferights.org/MO_SB489.pdf
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Missouri was updated in 2012 and that update does not show on the link.

http://www.kniferights.org/MO_SB489.pdf
I hate trying to understand a bill. Are auto knives legal in MO or not?
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I hate trying to understand a bill. Are auto knives legal in MO or not?

There sure alot of places in Missouri that sell them with no questions asked about who you are or what you want to do with it
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Federal law still trumps....

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The federal law, which governs possession of switchblades, is 15 USC Chapter 29. The law allows a person to possess and/or carry a switchblade on or about his person if the blade is less than three inches long and the person has only one arm, or the knife contains a spring or other mechanism designed to create a bias toward closure of the blade.
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What's the longest lock blade, non assisted legal to carry in MO?
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