Doesn't MD have a similar ban?
Such knives ( with medium degree of vagueness ) are called out in 4-101 as being Presumptive " Dangerous Weapons "
They may not be carried with Intent ( case law is ambivalent between:" commit violence " and " commit a crime " .
Such Dangerous Weapons may be carried Openly by anyone not having Evil Intent , or Concealed by W&C holders .
Aren't all "arms" presumptive "Dangerous Weapons?"
It looks like it from 2019. Your memory is better than mineWas this one of Wolfwood's cases?
Uhm, no. I don't have to prove that my favorite rock is is a "protected arm" under the 2nd Amendment. The government has to prove why it's not.The panel [...] misread the Supreme Court’s opinion in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, 142 S. Ct. 2111 (2022), in two fundamental ways. First, the panel held that anything capable of being used as a weapon is “presumptively” protected under the Second Amendment, erroneously relieving Plaintiffs of their burden to prove that their desired weapons are protected by the Second Amendment.
"Why are butterfly knives not in common use in Hawaii?"Those holdings squarely conflict with Bruen and this Court’s opinion in United States v. Alaniz, 69 F.4th 1124 (9th Cir. 2023), both of which recognize that plaintiffs must first make a “threshold” showing that “the weapon at issue is ‘in common use today for self-defense.’