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- Jan 16, 2006
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Stan said:Many people here are discussing the legal advantages of a folder, but I'm curious; do you know of any jurisdiction where a folder is more legal than a fixed blade of exactly the same blade length?
I'm guessing that question is directed at me by the comments that I made.
"More legal" is a question best answered by a qualified attorney. I was very careful to not use the word "legal" in my post.
More likely to draw the ire of law enforcement is yet another story. As anyone that lives here can testify, Massachusetts is not a weapons-friendly state. The local police chiefs have quite a bit of say in who packs what, as well as what laws they choose to bring charges on or not.
For anyone that lives outside of Massachusetts and wants to bring a weapon IN to Massachusetts, my words of advice would be...unless the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has issued you a Massachusetts Non-Resident License To Carry and you have said license IN YOUR HANDS, leave your guns at home. If you bring a knife within our borders, be EXTREMELY careful.