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Legal To Carry Bowie Knives in Texas effective September 1, 2017

Legal To Carry Bowie Knives in Texas Effective September 1, 2017 Special thanks to House sponsors Re. Frulllo, Reps. Dutton, Kuempel, Moody and Springer for moving this bill to the floor for a vote. Three knives may be carried throughout the state of Texas except for places such as schools, colleges, correctional facilities, houses of worship,and bars that earn more than 51 percent of their income from alcohol sales. Minors are also restricted as when they can carry knives.The knives that have been removed from the "illegal knives" category are daggers, dirks, stilettos, poniards, swords, spears and most notably, Bowie Knives.

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New York Gravity Knife Law Reform Bill Passes, 2017 June

Bill passed by Senate by a unanimous 62-0 vote Sincere appreciation and thanks to Senator Diane Savino for her efforts  as the Senate  sponsor that got the job done that finally resulted in this bill being brought to the floor for a vote.,The bill is now ready to be sent to the Governor. 

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Titanium Blades

Titanium Blades Titanium is an elemental metal like iron or copper, but in knives it's used in ally form-combined with other elements to give the metal different properties. There are many different steel alloys designed for different tasks, the same is true for titanium. Titanium with the best heat treating such as "air-hardening" is only capable of achieving a hardness of Rockwell 47 C and that's not as hard as a typical steel blade, at Colonial we push the envelop in reaching a Rockwell hardness between 58-60 C. However, if your the person that likes the odd and like to collect knives rather than use them, then the Titanium blade is for you and will make a nice discussion piece,...

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Georgia Knife Law Reform Signed By Governor

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal yesterday signed HB 292 that includes the language from Knife Rights' Georgia Law Reform bill, SB 49. This new law increases the legal carry length of a knife blade in the state from 5-inches to 12-inches. The new 12-inch length limit is effect immediately upon signing. Georgia CCW holders do not have any restrictions on carry length.

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Georgia Knife Law Reform Signed By Governor

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal yesterday signed HB 292 that includes the language from Knife Rights' Georgia Law Reform bill, SB 49. This new law increases the legal carry length of a knife blade in the state from 5-inches to 12-inches. The new 12-inch length limit is effect immediately upon signing. Georgia CCW holders do not have any restrictions on carry length.

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