CO: Switchblade/Gravity Knife Bill passes.

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  1. RicInOR

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    Hickenlooper will not sign it because he is anti-constitutional (Patriot hater).
    The good news is that if he vetoes it the House can overturn it.;)
     
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    And furthermore, the mentality of most left-leaning politicians is that giving the law-abiding anymore or overturning unjust past laws would also give criminals the same rights. How's that for effed-up logic?:eek::eek::eek:
     
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    Well I hope it goes forward ... Seems to me it really doesn't make a difference if the knife opens by button , gravity , flick of the thumb , or whatever ... its whats done with the knife that matters.
    Same could be said of the carrying of fixed blades as well.
    But what do I know?
    Andy
     
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    Malum prohibitum... It means something is illegal only because the government says it is. You find it ALOT regarding weapons and taxation.
     
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    Mine can't be that deadly.
    There senior citizens for gosh sake. o_O


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    I really like that knife on the far left...Now if we could own these in Washington.
    Andy
     
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    Bought all these in Germany.

    Even the ''sheep'' people over there can have them. :D
     
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    Effin Aye Mon!


    That means Effin' A Man! ;)
     
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    It is pretty freaking annoying that I can buy the damn things, have them shipped to me, but if I get caught with one it's a big NO NO... Please Washington, set my Switchblades FREEEEEEEE!!!!!!!
     
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    Andy: I believe that's a Jindana knife I think that those are available from Blade Play. You can get some wonderful Italian made knives shipped to you. (If you keep your mouth shut, you can keep them hidden). SOG of Lynwood WA makes a marvelous Automatic known as the SOG Spec Elite II Auto. It holds a great edge and is a simple button open-close plunge lock mechanism.

    Boker imports (and converts stateside) a stone-washed bladed knife called the Boker Plus Strike Auto for $37.99 + $6.00 shipping. It has a stout AUS-8 clip point blade and has a nice reversible pocket clip. It is budget friendly while functioning and cutting extremely well for the money These are great working knives that yields wonderful service for the price point.

    For another "all American" knife Buck is finally making their 110 Folding Hunter in an automatic format. It has a spine release just like the original Buck 110, but it opens automatically. 54 years later, Buck creates its 2nd in-house manufactured automatic The first was the Impact 808 introduced in 2015.

    These can be had through Blade Play. www.bladeplay.com
     
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    Thanks Captain O ...I'll have to check out that site.
    Andy
     
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    PM sent.
     
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    Kershaw makes several of their "Launch" series automatics, (numbers one through six) all made in Oregon. CPM-154 makes the blades hold an edge like a dope fiend and are running about $95 from Blade Play (shipping paid). These are great carry knives (I own one of the Launch 2 variety).
     
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    I stand corrected but shocked to say the least.
     
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    In Vancouver, WA I have seen auto knives being openly sold and found it strange. I'd be willing to gamble that most local authorities only view this charge used for "stacking" charges against a defendant.

    The police have other "fish" to fry and are concerned with other high misdemeanors and felonies.
     
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    Andy,

    AGA Campolin of Italy produces a similar knife and it is available from Blade Play. It has a nice Stag Handle for $159.99 (including shipping).

    Look it up.
     
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