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Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by ylapirrynag, Jul 7, 2008.

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  1. ylapirrynag

    ylapirrynag Member

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    I haven't seen anything that disproves that I can open carry my 6" as a juvenile in California. Does anyone know of anything that disproves it so I don't get in trouble?
     
  2. Tom Krein

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    Uh.... your 6" what??

    Tom
     
  3. ylapirrynag

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    6" knife. XD
    No perversion please. :p
     
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    Tom IS perverted! :D
     
  5. Eleven Mike

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    Is XD a brand of knife?
     
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    That is a perfectly reasonable question since there are no blade length restrictions on folders in California, but there are on fixed blades. It is also against the law in CA to carry any switchblade with a blade over 2" so the question would apply.

    So, 6" what?
     
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