Thursday, May 1, 2014

Coming in July - knife law changes

Currently, switchblades are banned in Tennessee. It is also unlawful to carry a blade over 4" with intent to go armed. I suppose one can infer that it is currently OK in Tennessee to carry a 3 1/2" blade with intent to go armed.

July 1st, the law changes. Switchblades will be legal. Blade lengths over 4" will also be legal. Does that mean you swashbucklers will be setting a new standard in Tennessee?

Hmmm. . . .
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