type "switchblade knife" in search engine and you will see plenty of places to buy.
Butterfly knives are considered a switchblade under Texas law. A switchblade is a prohibited weapon, meaning that they are illegal to possess. Even if a company will mail you the knife, you can be prosecuted if you are caught with it.
it is legal to carry a knife there but not switchblade or butterfly.
yes you can. there are numerous sites that will sell one but the knife goes through your sheriffs office and you have to get it from him/her.
It is illegal to sell a switchblade in Delaware, even if you are licensed to sell deadly weapons. Furthermore it is illegal to own or carry a switchblade in Delaware. the closest thing would be a spring assisted open knife. check out Kershaw Knives.
With a knife sharpener or whet stone, same as any knife.
No, Ellie's knife is not a butterfly knife. It is a switchblade.
No. They are illegal to possess. A butterfly knife is considered a switchblade under Texas law. A switchblade is a prohibited weapon.
A switchblade the blade swings out the side and a stiletto the blade pops out of the top
All these words are modifiers of the word knife. While dagger and switchblade are stand alone words for knife, all these are designations of a cutting knife.
Because he was not careful when operating the switchbladeknife, he accidentally slit his thumb.
No it is not legal to carry a butterfly knife or a switchblade in the state of Iowa
I think a butterfly knife is stronger and more durable
No, switchblades are illegal.
To be precise, you must be 11-17 with parental concent and 18 to buy it on your own. The blade must be 4" or less and cannot be gravity operated, OTF, or switchblade.
A butterfly knife is a folding pocket knife that is concealed within it's handle, but can be flipped out from either side. A switchblade is a knife that is "switched" forward by pressing a button, switch, or lever. Both weapons are considered "gravity knives" and are illegal to possess, purchase, sell, or trade in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and most of Europe.
take the knife you have apartbuy a switchblade/spring assisted knife replacement spring, you can buy them from http://www.assistedknives.com/RoadsideImports.html , a great website and the owner is really niceput it in your knife, you may have to modify your knife to fit the spring if it isn't meant to hold onemost likely just have to make a whole in the handle and a whole in the blade to house the springhope that helped
Yes it is Legal to own and carry a Switchblade in the state of florida.
I believe they are legal to own in south carolina, but you can't carry it on your person.
There is no such thing as an illegal knife in AZ. No blade length limits, switchblade and butterfly knifes are okay.
It's legal if its under 1.5 inches
A switchblade is actually a type of pocket knife that opens quickly. A pocketknife does not always open automatically like a switch-blade, so that is the difference.
No, all switchblades are illegal in NY and you will be charged with: CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF A WEAPON IN THE FOURTH DEGREE - SWITCHBLADE KNIFE