Bruen Application in Federal Switchblade Act Lawsuit

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  • Blacksmith101

    Grumpy Old Man
    Jun 22, 2012
    It appears the Bruen decision is being used to protect our rights to things besides firearms. Remember the 2nd Amendment applies to all bearable arms.



    MDS Supporter
    Aug 25, 2022
    AA County
    NY tried to define a "switch blade" as any knife that a police officer could open with one hand. Didn't matter if the possesr of the knife could flick the knife open with one hand.
    Even a NY judge had the sense to throw that out.
    The city of Boston tried to ban carrying any knife with a blade longer than 2". Sure. Then all they had to do was have a UC inside Home Depot and arrest anyone as they came out who bought a Leatherman.

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    For great Justice
    Oct 29, 2007
    My MD permit allows me to carry a switchblade.

    I can't carry one in DC; VA and PA are now allowing those killy 1950s-era scary knives. The Horror!!!

    Good site for info:
    Up here, they repealed basically ANY restrictions on knives, autos, daggers, fixed blade, folders, doesn't matter, all lawful to buy, own and carry. Only a single dem voted no in the house, passed unanimous in the senate, and managed to get a Dem Governor to sign it into law.. I was involved with kniferights, and contacted reps, the organization is awesome. Would love to see the rest of the state and fed bans go away in similar fashion.

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