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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamilton Felix View Post
    Interesting: "Concealed Carry Deadly Weapon." Here in Washington, it's "Concealed Pistol License," and even though I wear a .45 I can be in trouble for my everyday folding knife (Al Mar SERE 2000), depending on where I am. Does your license allow you to carry "deadly weapons" other than pistols? Makes sense to me. Heck, I heard of a guy who carried a broadsword.
    Nope... Laws related to knives and other weapons still take precedence over the LTC. Tell me that how makes sense. Oh wait, what here in MA makes sense?
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    Here in ND, it's called a Concealed Weapon Permit, and type is listed as: Firearm & Dangerous Weapon. So, basically, we carry whatever we want (knives, swords, nunchucks, machetes...). It's a good state to live in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFlash View Post
    Here in ND, it's called a Concealed Weapon Permit, and type is listed as: Firearm & Dangerous Weapon. So, basically, we carry whatever we want (knives, swords, nunchucks, machetes...). It's a good state to live in.
    Same here in Arizona, Concealed Weapon Permit. Any weapon we want to conceal. Another good state to live in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFlash View Post
    Here in ND, it's called a Concealed Weapon Permit, and type is listed as: Firearm & Dangerous Weapon. So, basically, we carry whatever we want (knives, swords, nunchucks, machetes...). It's a good state to live in.
    Well, It gets really cold, but yea... The laws are better...

    In MA it's a license to carry firearms. It gives the bearer no other right to self protection via another weapon. So I do carry a knife, but most of the time it's the smaller one (less than 3" blade)...

    Peace..
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    In Michigan it's a CPL or Concealed Pistol Permit although many people refer to it as a CCW or carry concealed weapon permit. I favor the TDI Ka Bar and I carried it on my gear for a couple of years until somehow it was lost. It's illegal to carry it here in MI as a civilian though, since you have to carry a folding knife unless you're going hunting.

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    Kentucky has good weapons laws too. Its worded a "Concealed Deadly Weapon License"


    List of items covered by Kentucky Permit



    * Any weapon from which a shot, readily capable of producing death or serious physical injury, may be discharged.
    * Any knife other than an ordinary pocket knife or hunting knife.
    * Billy, nightstick, or club.
    * Blackjack or slapjack.
    * Nunchaku karate sticks.
    * Shiriken or death star.
    * Artificial knuckles made from plastic, or other similar hard material.

  8. That's definitely better than Washington. It's pretty silly that I can wear my .45 just fine, but can get in trouble for the working knife I carry every day -- or even two sticks tied together...

    Gee, I noticed I have both Kathleen's Woodman's Pal and my Gerber machete in the back of the Jeep today; that probably makes me some sort of terrorist....
    “The police of a State should never be stronger or better armed than the citizenry. An armed citizenry, willing to fight is the foundation of civil freedom.” Heinlein

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6shootercarry View Post
    This one was my 4th. I have a few more in mind...

    Which models?

    Peace...
    I've had a AFCK Mini for years. I bought that when airlines decided that a 3" blade was the max they allowed you to carry. I also have a fixed blade knife, but darned if I remember what it's called. Last, a Vex which was cheap to buy and is a plain edge.

    I just bought a Barrage plain edge with assisted opening. I cannot tell you much about it yet. Benchmade is hard to beat. That said, the little SOG Pentagon is a pretty nice knife and I do carry it now and then, though it is not as inconspicuous. S2...

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    In Las Vegas it's CCW (carry concealed weapon) I got mine today ,applied for it on May 10 thats 5 weeks and 1 day now waiting for Utah

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronsmag View Post
    In Las Vegas it's CCW (carry concealed weapon) I got mine today ,applied for it on May 10 thats 5 weeks and 1 day now waiting for Utah
    I applied May 24. I was going to call LVMPD today to find out the status, but I guess I should expect mine around July 1.

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