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Crafty Dog
2/13/2017 11:31pm,
Woof All:

Offering this thread for discussing legal matters related to what we do: Right to and Laws of Self Defense, Right to and Laws of Weapons etc.

Kicking it off with this:

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/228189919_Nonlethal_Self-Defense_Almost_Entirely_Nonlethal_Weapons_and_the_ Rights_to_Keep_and_Bear_Arms_Defend_Life_and_Pract ice_Religion

Crafty Dog
2/16/2017 1:09pm,
http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1103550698648&ca=d0afa64b-874e-4d19-894f-e41f1b4f7c43

Crafty Dog
2/17/2017 12:52pm,
http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1103550698648&ca=f7c94b5b-e351-4b8d-b057-c4f5c2233bcd

It is Fake
2/17/2017 12:56pm,
Interesting.

Crafty Dog
2/22/2017 8:46pm,
4th Circuit purports to rewrite Heller:

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/445145/fourth-circuit-decision-maryland-assault-weapons-ban-constitutional-travesty

Crafty Dog
3/31/2017 12:51am,
http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1103550698648&ca=500e7091-5a8e-476c-81f3-b8b32ab64aac

Crafty Dog
4/18/2017 2:49pm,
Texas

http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1103550698648&ca=7ee3ac1d-f8c3-4ac3-8bdd-25e5bf641fb0

Crafty Dog
6/15/2017 12:53am,
CA Knife Law overview: http://www.shouselaw.com/california-knife-laws.html

OTOH Los Angeles seems to have some major inconsistencies with state law:
http://www.knifeup.com/los-angeles-california-knife-laws/

Diesel_tke
6/15/2017 7:53am,
I like that the website is so thorough in explaining what is legal vs illegal, but man, some of those laws are just a little ridiculous. But then again, it's California and almost all of their gun laws are ridiculous.

I especially like that belt buckle knifes are illegal. But wearing a knife on your belt is legal. What. :D

And I've got a few knives that would be illegal in there, my favorite is a shank that a buddy made for me that is made from Plexiglas. It's almost invisible and completely invisible in a medal detector. We tested it through all kinds of detectors at the prison and I took it to a bunch of training classes to get people to find it on pat downs and rarely did anyone find it. It's cool.

I've also always though it was funny that balisongs are illegal. Pretty much just because of movies in the 70s and 80s.

submessenger
6/15/2017 11:20am,
4th Circuit purports to rewrite Heller:

http://www.nationalreview.com/article/445145/fourth-circuit-decision-maryland-assault-weapons-ban-constitutional-travesty


This is nuts. Oswald got three rounds in under six seconds. His was technically a military rifle. The ideas of limitations based on rate of fire or "too scary looking," irk me badly. But, I obviously need to read the whole ruling, before I comment further.

Omega Supreme
6/15/2017 11:57am,
I like that the website is so thorough in explaining what is legal vs illegal, but man, some of those laws are just a little ridiculous. But then again, it's California and almost all of their gun laws are ridiculous.

I especially like that belt buckle knifes are illegal. But wearing a knife on your belt is legal. What. :D

And I've got a few knives that would be illegal in there, my favorite is a shank that a buddy made for me that is made from Plexiglas. It's almost invisible and completely invisible in a medal detector. We tested it through all kinds of detectors at the prison and I took it to a bunch of training classes to get people to find it on pat downs and rarely did anyone find it. It's cool.

I've also always though it was funny that balisongs are illegal. Pretty much just because of movies in the 70s and 80s.

One of the instructors here (expert with a sword) carries is Katana almost everywhere. But it is illegal to carry a nunchuka.

Raycetpfl
6/15/2017 12:16pm,
One of the instructors here (expert with a sword) carries is Katana almost everywhere. But it is illegal to carry a nunchuka.

Are you serious? I would imagine people aren't snippy to him at Starbucks.

Omega Supreme
6/15/2017 12:27pm,
Are you serious? I would imagine people aren't snippy to him at Starbucks.


Actually yes.

Diesel_tke
6/15/2017 1:53pm,
HA! That's pretty cool.

Crafty Dog
6/17/2017 3:06pm,
NJ: In the home, pencils and machetes are illegal:
https://www.nraila.org/articles/20170616/nj-court-state-can-t-criminalize-possession-of-pencils-and-other-lawful-objects-for-home-self-defense

hungryjoe
6/17/2017 5:32pm,
NJ: In the home, pencils and machetes are illegal:
https://www.nraila.org/articles/20170616/nj-court-state-can-t-criminalize-possession-of-pencils-and-other-lawful-objects-for-home-self-defense

18 months in jail for answering the door holding a machete. That statute is unbelievably broad and thoroughly unconstitutional.