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What kind of knives can you legally carry in Pennsylvania

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Major Pennsylvania Cities with Knife Restrictive Ordinances: Allentown – None noted. Erie – None noted. Harrisburg – None noted. Philadelphia – §10-820. Cutting Weapons in Public Places. (See below) Pittsburgh – None noted.

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1. Legal to Carry Openly or Concealed 1. Any kind of knife except automatics or switchblades.See below. 2. Dirk 3. Bowie 4. Machete 5. Razor 6. Dagger 7. Assisted Opening Knives shouldbe OK. See below.

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Court cases in the past have ruled that useful knives, such as penknives and small self-defense knives, are legal to carry in Pennsylvania. While many of these must be openly carried, such as hunting knives, a small self-defense knife might be permissible as a concealed carry. Non-lethal knives can be freely purchased in PA because of this.

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The only prohibition under existing law is for a knife with a blade exposed in an automatic way. If enacted PA would have no knife prohibitions and statewide uniformity or “preemption .” The amendment to Section 908 is part of a broader bill also dealing with firearms. Daniel C. Lawson

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38. Pennsylvania State Knife Laws: Pennsylvania state knife laws are quite strict and restrictive. All the knives that have automatic mechanism are strictly prohibited to own and carry. Also the knife designed to cause serious bodily injuries are illegal to carry. Even a weapon license will not help you get the permission.

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It is legal to carry assisted-open knives, pocket knives, buck/bowie/hunting knives, butterfly/balisong knives, daggers and razors. Any knife thats blade is not exposed "in an automatic way by

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Pennsylvania’s criminal code prohibits any “dagger, knife, razor or cutting instrument” thats blade is “exposed in an automatic way by switch, push-button, [or] spring mechanism.” The code

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It is illegal to carry any knife of any kind on public property in Philadelphia except when actually using it for work. If the ordinance is read literally, if you buy a chef's knife at Williams Sonoma on Broad Street it's illegal to take it home unless you're employed as a chef and chopping food the whole way.

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In most states – including New South Wales, Victoria, Northern Territory, and South Australia – it is illegal to carry a weapon, even for self-defense. This includes knives, which states consider dangerous articles or prohibited weapons. According to Victoria’s Legal Aid website, “The law says you can’t carry, possess or use a weapon

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Anyone know the legal limit for knife carry in PA, specifically the erie area? I carry a Vaquero and I'm thinking about a Sifu but I want to knoiw if its legal. Thanks. ------------------ Just because I talk to myself doesn't mean I'm crazy. What's wrong with getting a second opinion?

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I am curious about the law on knives in Pennsylvania , in the constitution of Pennsylvania statute 21: § 21. Right to bear arms. The right of the …

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Carry laws. Close. 5 5. Posted by. BM 555HG - Spyderco PM2. 7 years ago. Archived. Carry laws. I need some help; I can't seem to figure out what the laws concerning carrying a knife where I live. Specifically, Harrisburg Pennsylvania. If someone could either tell me what they are or link me to the actual law, it would be greatly appreciated. 9

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In Philly , you cannot carry any knife! Philadelphia Code §10-820. Cutting Weapons in Public Places. (1) Definition. Cutting Weapon. Any knife or other cutting instrument which can be used as a weapon that has a cutting edge similar to that of a knife.

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Under Pa Statute 908, the current objects deemed as illegal are: “Any blackjack, sandbag, metal knuckles, dagger, knife, razor or cutting instrument, the blade of which is exposed in an automatic

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Answers ( 1 ) One of the objects of the Arms Act 1959,was to stop the harasment of the Indian citizens including over the posession of a knife. Unfortunately, the Arms Act retained the provision of classifying certain knives as weapons.This is ,as you have correctly pointed out, based on the length of the blade.What is even more important is

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In NSW, under the Summary of Offences Act 1988, Section 11C: “A person must not, without reasonable excuse (proof of which lies on the person), have in his or her custody a knife in a public place or a school.”. A ‘knife’ includes a knife blade, a razor blade and any other blade. The maximum penalty for this offence is 20 penalty units

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Is it legal to carry a knife in pa?

It is legal to carry assisted-open knives, pocket knives, buck/bowie/hunting knives, butterfly/balisong knives, daggers and razors. Any knife thats blade is not exposed "in an automatic way by switch, push-button, [or] spring mechanism" is allowed in Pennsylvania, Reed said.

What is the sentence for carrying an automatic knife in pa?

There is a maximum imprisonment sentence of 5 years plus a fine of not more than $10,000. Additionally, a conviction renders a person ineligible to possess firearms under the PA Uniform Firearms Act, 18 PA C.S.A. § 6101. AKTI believes that automatic knives are useful tools.

Are balisong knives legal in pennsylvania?

Owning a butterfly knife, also known as a balisong knife, is allowed in Pennsylvania. Gravity knives, also known as paratrooper knives, are illegal under the Federal Switchblade Act. The law prohibits the transportation, possession, sale and distribution of switchblade knives.

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