sonofamexican: Lol I love south Dakota. Can carry whatever I want just not a ballistic
Chris Bertram: In Michigan the Butterfly knife isn't considered a Switch blade. Based on
the law it isn't opened by a switch or a lever meaning that it is legal to
carry in Michigan.
2liveis2fly: Antiquated Laws, this denial of the right of ownership is b-s. In some
states its illegal to own a kevlar (bullet-proof) vest. Maybe that doesn't
sound like much at first, but think about it for a while. You have to be
vulnerable to a gun-shot. You have to remain as easy to kill as possible,
just in case you're deemed to be a threat.
AceKing713: Holy crap. o.o How much did your fake cost?
cmonsterz: Good vid. Isn't that Protech the Doru?
Blade Brotherhood: @THE13EARJEW And what about the fact that I can legally cary and conceail a
firearm (I have my CCW) but I still cannot carry an automatic....
Blade Brotherhood: Yes
deputysheriff100: Excellent video. I have to explain to civilians often what you just said.
Then they understand. In Georgia switch blades are illegal to carry unless
you fall into one of three categories. I. Law enforcement 2. Military and
3. people with only one arm. The legislature ruled that a person with only
one arm is entitled to own one. Makes sense once you think about it.
standeman32: R they legal in Arizona
AceKing713: Do you have a link? And are they reliable and sharp?
Blade Brotherhood: Around 400 for a real one. Maybe a little less if it's preowned.
Blade Brotherhood: combat troodon. It's made by microtech, the one in this video is a fake
chris9636963: Correct me if I'm wrong. Any folding knife under 5 1/2 inches is legal for
open and concealed carry. Spring assisted is legal as well (still
considered a folding knife because you open it by direct contact with the
blade.) It is illegal to carry it in certain cities and establishments
though. Check up on your local knife laws to make sure you don't get into
any kind of trouble. I recommend the book "knife laws of the 50 states."
Blade Brotherhood: @cmonsterz Yup, that's the one. Couldn't tink of it at the time.
Blade Brotherhood: I would lean towards yes. But I would double check your local laws
MegaGoodquestion: are switchblades legal in texas
Blade Brotherhood: Illegal to carry. and to own it is limited - Illegal except for bona-fide
collectors and/or possession as curios or antiques
THE13EARJEW: @xiuxiu1313 Exactly. I was going to mention that, but forgot.
Blade Brotherhood: @bobrien6 Bummer, sold it about a month ago
AceKing713: Oh, How much do real ones cost? Cheaper one is favored :D I'm cheap. Lol
bobrien6: dude if you ever want to sell that ZT knife tell me id love it
Blade Brotherhood: Thanks!
Cody De Soto: Fake "clone" microtech scarab I found on amazon for $105 shipped, that's
for the dagger non serrated type, you can get some around $30 but not as
quality, I am not a fan of buying non-real products, but this is one I
personally would make an exception for only bc real microtechs cost as much
as a makarov pistol but I would buy a real microtech troodon In the future,
*only knives I've previously owned are Kershaw spring assisted bc I'm a new
knife enthusiast ex- Kershaw leek, for those of you in
Elkblood01: Very informative video keep up the work!
TehKnifeBeast: I have automatic knives and three butterfly knives.Come watch my videos and
subscribe.I make videos on knives too.
michael987655678: A balisong is a gravity knife its in its own class
Juan Casanova: Are Spring Assisted Knives Legal To Own AND Carry In The State Of
MegaGoodquestion: but spring assist knife are legal
cookiesinmynose69: I dont know why autos are illegal a wave feature has my knife open and
ready faster than auto or gravity knife
AceKing713: Where did you get the combat trudon or however you spell it?
holstlog7791: excelent video!!! time for me to go buy some spring assisted out the front
Slinkylabcat: jmcc: I was born in Connecticut, and will tell you something you prob'ly
already know: The cops can do whatever they want. But with regard to your
question: Any spring operated knife can and generally will be considered
illegal to carry. I have a semi auto OTF and a Beltram stilletto (sp?) and
I run the risk every day. Full auto OTF's won't be shipped to CT residents
(I tried). But who knows? Shop around. Take a stab. And yes, spring
assisted knives're legal to own in CT.
KiloSierraAlpha: You've made few mistakes in your vid but you got the nomenclature right. As
for gravity knives, every folder in the state of New York is now considered
to be a gravity knife. Also, there are MANY cases that you can find in
which a prosecutor managed to get aggravating circumstances for defendants
due to them carrying a folding knife or a switchblade. Some prosecutors
even managed to have cases moved from a misdemeanor to a felony due to the
presence of a folding knife or a switchblade.
Blade Brotherhood: Like 30 bucks. They seem to be around 45 now though.
Jason Hannis: Agreed. Bad information like this and Wikipedia is why people dont know the
laws. The poster should update changes to this. By definition, A
switchblade is a blade that is fully automatic by push of a button.
Butterflys (Balisongs) are legal where Im at, and yes I'm a dealer, where
Im at in PA, Switchblades are illegal, but balisongs are legal. (except in
philly, all knives are illegal there unless its for occupational use)
Angel .G: Is a 5 1/2 inch spring assistes blade legal in texas
THE13EARJEW: Also, I could loosen the crap out of a knife then fling it open. I think
that out lawing Gravity knives is pointless. Scenario: Robber opens a
Butterfly Knife, while he's opening it, the victim pulls a gun and shoots
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