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Whats the deal with assisted opening really?

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by VoodooSan, Jan 9, 2013.

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  1. RatDrall

    RatDrall Member

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    Even an untraind "officer" can ruin your weekend by arresting you. If the DA is equally stupid it can ruin your year while things get sorted out in court.

    I won't carry an AO because I don't even want to have the dreaded "switchblade "discussion with the guys with the badges, guns, and cages.
     
  2. ObsceneJesster

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    I realize that there are many good folding knives that don't have any type of assisted opening but after owning one, I WILL NEVER purchase a folding knife that doesn't have opening assist. My favorite brands that make assist openers are Kershaw, SOG and Benchmade.
     
  3. MAKster

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    The problem with New York City is the restriction on gravity knives. The NYPD considers all folding knives that lock open gravity knives.
     
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