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    Found this on New Hampshire knife laws

    New Hampshire -

    - 159:16. Carrying or Selling Weapons. Whoever, except as provided by the laws of this state, sells, has in his possession with intent to sell, or carries on his person any stiletto, switch knife, blackjack, dagger, dirk-knife, slung shot or metallic knuckles shall be guilty of a misdemeanor; and such weapon or articles so carried by him shall be confiscated to the use of the state.

    - 159:15. Possession of Dangerous Weapon While Committing a Violent Crime. I. A person shall be guilty of a class A misdemeanor if that person uses or employs slung shot, metallic knuckles, billies, or other deadly weapon as defined in RSA 625:11, V during the commission or attempted commission of a violent crime.

    - 159:24. Sale of Martial Arts Weapons.
    I. "Martial arts weapon" means any kind of sword, knife,
    spear, throwing star, throwing dart, or nunchaku or any
    other object designed for use in the martial arts which
    capable of being used as a lethal or dangerous weapon.
    II. Any person who shall sell, deliver, or otherwise
    transfer any martial arts weapon to a person under the age
    of 18... shall be guilty of a misdemeanor... [exempts
    parents, guardians, and those to whom they give written
    permission].


    - 159:3 Convicted Felons.
    I. A person is guilty of a class B felony if he:
    (a) Owns or has in his possession or under his control, a... metallic knuckles, billies, stiletto, switchblade knife, sword cane, blackjack, dagger, dirk-knife, or other deadly weapon as defined in RSA 625:11, V; and
    (b) Has been convicted in either a state or federal court in this or any other state, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or any territory or possession of the United States of:
    (1) A felony against the person or property of another; or
    (2) A felony under RSA 318-B; or
    (3) A felony violation of the laws of any other state, the District of Columbia, the United States, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico or any territory or possession of the United States relating to controlled drugs as defined in RSA 318-B.
    II. The state shall confiscate to the use of the state the weapon or weapons of persons convicted under this section.
    III. It is an affirmative defense to a charge under this section that a felony of which a defendant has been convicted in another jurisdiction would not have constituted a felony in the state of New Hampshire at the time such felony was committed.


    - 625:11 General Definitions.
    V. "Deadly weapon'' means any firearm, knife or other substance or thing which, in the manner it is used, intended to be used, or threatened to be used, is known to be capable of producing death or serious bodily injury.
    VI. "Serious bodily injury'' means any harm to the body which causes severe, permanent or protracted loss of or impairment to the health or of the function of any part of the body.
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    Yeah i got all that already lol, like i said for the most part there are no laws on this stuff. In the law it does not say it's illegal to own just says it's illegal to us it while doing a crime. Only thing you cant have is Auto knifes, and throwing knifes. Unless you are a Cop,EMS, or fire fighter, full time or ,vol then you can own auto knifes.

    THEY MAY TAKE OUR LIVES BUT THEY'LL NEVER TAKE OUR FREEDOM!!!!!

  4. #13
    Oh and thanks about the knife, Love it. I carry it on my weak side with my mags so i can keep one hand on top of the gun if some one. Is trying to pull it out/take it away i can keep it in and draw my knife with the left hand and cut there hand or what ever need be done. It's a good knife they have the 6' ones but that was to big for me as i like small knifes. I have had it about 2 to 3 months now and have only almost had to use it one time. Me and my family went for a walk in the park and a dog started running at my little one. Showing his teeth and the whole 10 yards. So my hand went on it ready to draw and keep him from eating my little one. But his master got him before he got to her. So i did not have to use it THANK GOD!!

    THEY MAY TAKE OUR LIVES BUT THEY'LL NEVER TAKE OUR FREEDOM!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S&WM&P40 View Post
    Yeah i got all that already lol, like i said for the most part there are no laws on this stuff. In the law it does not say it's illegal to own just says it's illegal to us it while doing a crime. Only thing you cant have is Auto knifes, and throwing knifes. Unless you are a Cop,EMS, or fire fighter, full time or ,vol then you can own auto knifes.

    Is an auto knife the semantically correct name of what antis like to refer to as "switchblades?"

  6. #15
    yeah for the most part. But not really as a switchblade is a knife name not all auto knife have that name. Most Good autos now a days are made by benchmade. S&W does make a few but i still think that benchmade makes the best. I really do not see the big deal as a Assisted open knife will do just as good of a job as a auto. I know with the switchblade you push the button and it opens and push it down and it shuts. I have not used new Auto knifes so i am not really sure how they work.

    THEY MAY TAKE OUR LIVES BUT THEY'LL NEVER TAKE OUR FREEDOM!!!!!

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