Why the fuck are these things still illegal?
Not in Texas. Legalization of carry in 2013. Feels good man
>Trying to give my falcon manual stiletto a decent 20 degree edge or so
>mfw the steel they used is both at a wide angle and hard as fuck
>Consider yourself lucky the government allows which arms you are allowed to bear
Fuck you, man. I'm angry as fuck until every piece of gun/knife control legislation is destroyed.
It was back in 2013 when they passed/removed all the gun laws. When I bought my knife, pic related above, the online store bladehq, said sorry can't ship to you because of your laws. I said look again motherfucker. They emailed back a tracking number. It's weird because people who try to order switchblades from them get a different webpage denying them when they punch in there address.
>mfw my dad bought two at a gun show before they were legalized and went into the bathroom in a handicapped stall to play with it and went he got out there was a guy in a wheel chair waiting
THE NOTCH HAS AWOKEN
ONLY QUADS CAN DEFEAT IT
TRIPS WILL ONLY STRENGTHEN IT
Yep, he's still not welcome. Its my state.
Sadly Scottish Knife regulations are in line with the rest of the UK so I'm stuck with a friction "lock" knife that I don't have as much confidence in as I should that it won't close on my fingers.
All cause decades ago some cunt of a lawer convinced a judge that a folding knife with a lock was "as dangerous" as a fixed blade but a knife without a lock was fine.
At least the "exemption" rules kinda save the day for wilderness stuff. At least I hope that if a cop somehow stumbled across you out in the woods they'd accept being out there as a good reason to have a large fixed blade.