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Hobanco Investigates Knife Laws Across Country

Hobanco Investigates Knife Laws Across Country

Hobanco, a leading knife distributor, has invested knife laws in several states in order to protect law-abiding citizens and knife enthusiasts.

Knife laws can change year-to-year and state-to-state. Those who want to collect knives without hassle should be aware of laws and regulations in their region of the country. Toward that end, Hobanco took a look at the landscape of laws in Arizona, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Georgia and Illinois.

No one wants to deal with added stress when expanding their knife collection, but some law-abiding citizens have been arrested or had their property confiscated simply because they weren’t aware of a minor change to the law. It is crucial therefore that knife owners know that they’re protected and informed at all times.

Arizona is fairly safe for knife owners, but that hasn’t always been the case. Laws were much stricter in 2011 and earlier. This is just one example of why it’s so important to stay up to date on knife laws in your area. Learn more here: https://hobanco.com/blogs/news/arizona-az-knife-laws

Knife owners in Tennessee have to be careful about certain types of knives. The state regulates knives that can open by force of “gravity or inertia,” which can include switchblades and butterfly knives. Learn more here: https://hobanco.com/blogs/news/tennessee-tn-knife-laws

Oklahoma positions itself as the sole authority on knives in the state and has some strict guidance about open and concealed carry of knives, but the state does permit owning knives. Learn more here: https://hobanco.com/blogs/news/oklahoma-ok-knife-laws

It is legal to own any knife in Georgia, but there are guidelines about carrying those knives. The state attempted to write clearer laws in 2012, but they still need to be read carefully. Learn more here: https://hobanco.com/blogs/news/georgia-ga-knife-laws

Ballistic, throwing and automatic knives are illegal in Illinois. They can not be made, sold, owned or possessed while in the state.

Learn more here: https://hobanco.com/blogs/news/illinois-knife-laws

Media Contact
Company Name: Hobanco
Contact Person: Mary Smith
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 877-591-6384
City: Seattle
Country: United States
Website: https://Hobanco.com

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