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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by VolGrad, Sep 26, 2007.
I know, I know. This is illegal in Georgia. I can't afford it anyway.
Ok..pardon my ignorance, why it that illegal in GA? How is it different than a Microtech?
Take a look at this Blackhawk OTF
I would think if it was open carried then you would be good with the state law.
However I would worry greatly about local laws.
I thought swithblade type knives were illegal. If I am wrong, I might need to start saving all over again.
I'm afraid I'd cut something off carrying it open.
It's been a while since I have read up on it but I believe they are perfectly legal to own, you just can't carry them. So, basically you can buy one and play with it in the house.
Not 100% sure though.
You can carry a gun but not a switchblade. Incredible.
There's a state law against that? I thought it was the myriad of local ordinances that could get you in trouble.
illegal or not, i can't afford it. really cool though. someday......
Or a blackjack!
Or, something I really want, a sword cane:
http://www.atlantacutlery.com/atlantacu ... spx?ID=738
Hmmmmm looks very interesting. I will have to start looking for one.
There's a state law against that? I thought it was the myriad of local ordinances that could get you in trouble.[/quote]
I should have said. You can conceal a gun but not a switchblade. As far as I know, that is illegal statewide. Open carry of an automatic knife is legal unless you run into city ordinances or school zones.
Oh, ok. See, I'm confused. I think that's the point of the law. Pure confusion.