Knives as protected 2nd Amendment arms

Kopel, Cramer, and Joseph Olson collaborate.  They conclude that bans on switchblades, gravity knives, butterfly knives, and locking knives are unconstitutional -- rightly so.  I've cut myself more than once with knives that lack a lock-open feature, it really is a safety issue. 

Did you know that in Texas you can get a license to carry a concealed firearm, but you can't get a license to carry a concealed knife?  What kind of sense does that make?

This entry was published Thu Mar 28 02:59:39 CDT 2013 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2013-03-28 02:59:39.0. [Tweet]

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