GUN what's the logic for knife laws? (in regards to ccw)

apman0000

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Oct 18, 2005
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ok, i don't know what other states are like for their laws, but Kansas is fucking retarded.

so i can have my ccw for my handgun, but it doesn't cover knives so i still have to keep folding blades below 4 inches and can't carry my kbar on my belt

why the holy fuck would it be legal for me to carry as many concealed handguns as i see fit, but i can't carry a knife over 4"

who comes up with this fucking shit!!!!

is this common for most states or do i just live in the stupidest fucking state
 

kellyclan

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May 16, 2001
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Pretty common.

Your problem is you're expecting sense from a law that attempts to modify behavior by regulating an object.
 
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apman0000

apman0000

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Oct 18, 2005
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i guess lol.

i just can't wrap my head around the idea that the state feels comfortable with the idea of me carrying my handguns everywhere i go, but if i carry a knife that's 4 1/2" long i can be arrested.

i'm no expert or genius by any means but i bet most people can do more damage (either intentional or accidentally) with a handgun than a knife lol

a less lethal object is illegal, these sorts of laws should be enough for people to give up on this government and fucking start a revolution

this shit is just too fucking stupid to continue
 

Sailor Jerry

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Knife laws, generally speaking, are even more moronic than gun laws.

Luckily though, my FL CWP lets me carry pretty much anything I want :bowdown:
 

Sailor Jerry

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Nov 13, 2007
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Hah, I missed the Ka-Bar part. Of course a large fixed blade on your belt isn't covered by a Concealed Weapon/Pistol License.

Also, if you want to carry one any time you aren't hunting/fishing/camping/hiking, there's a good chance you're a toolbag :o
 
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apman0000

apman0000

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Oct 18, 2005
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Why would you carry a K-Bar in your belt?


i like the knife :)

there is no practical reason lol



but it isn't just because of the kbar i just pretty much threw that on there cause i think the knife restrictions are stupid

there's been a few folders that are a little over 4" that i've wanted but didn't get because the kansas laws are so god damn stupid, seriously as if a 4 1/2" blade is gonna make a difference compared to a 4" and why the hell do they act like any of that shit matters when it's concealed when i'm wearing a gun, if i was a maniac that wanted to go on a killing rampage i wouldn't pull out a 5" folding knife, or a kbar for that matter, i'd probably use the gun on my hip

obviously someone that's a crazy fuck killer won't care about gun or knife laws, i was just trying to figure out if there was actually some kind of logic in the heavy knife restrictions, seems like there is none, guess i shouldn't be shocked lol. just another silly weapon law that serves no purpose

fucking weapon laws are so silly it makes me nuts

sounds like i need to move to florida, why are their ccw laws so much better than most places :( no fair :(

(i don't know where i'd even wear a k-bar, not like i could walk into meetings with clients with a big ass knife on my belt, just an example)
 
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XO

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I wonder what some of the uptight PD's (lenexa pd?) would say about my kershaw speedsafe
 

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