#24 Well, in such a case, I`m sure it`s not illegal. But the concept of illegality in this country is ambiguous, because if you carry a stick in the street, you can apparently also©stop the police and find out if you are tanned. I will tell your colleague not to teach it ± a lot on the street, but to do the longuis at home. 1. The staff of the Authority may carry out checks on persons, goods and vehicles necessary to prevent the unlawful carrying or use in streets, squares and public facilities of weapons, explosives, dangerous substances or other objects, instruments or means which present a potentially serious danger to persons and which may be used to commit a criminal offence or to modify public security. if they have any indication of their possible presence in these places, if necessary for their intervention. To this end, citizens have a duty to cooperate and not to interfere with the work of law enforcement authorities in the performance of their duties. At the beginning of the article, it seems that cases are given where yes and cases when you can not carry a knife in the car or in public places. However, in the end, after everything I`ve read, I understand that you can`t carry any type of knife or knife, even if it`s less than 11 cm tall. If you have a butterfly knife of more than 11 cm in the car and with a cutting edge, you are breaking the law, because these knives are illegal and can punish you with a sum of 300 euros. Nevertheless, we recommend not to go on public roads with these Bali songs, otherwise an event similar to this video could occur, where some guards told some people not to carry these knives on the street, even if they were imitations. (f) stockings, daggers of all kinds and so-called automatic knives.
Daggers for these purposes are considered bladed weapons of less than 11 centimeters, double-edged and pointed. Butterfly knives were first mentioned in 1719 in a French book called “Le Perret”, which describes how they were used as knives in the 1500s. Called “Balisongs” in the Philippines, the word comes from the Tagalog words “balling sungay”. The originals were made from carved animal bones. First of all, it should be clarified that the regulation generally refers to knives; Concept explained in Article 2.8. A knife is a weapon made of a metal blade or other material with similar, sharp or sharp physical properties. Bone knives and knives. Balisongs have only been strictly banned in the states of Massachusetts and California, although it is widely believed that they have been banned throughout the United States. They had also been made illegal in the state of Oregon, but a lawsuit in the `80s argued that a butterfly knife required skill, and it was removed from the Oregon state`s list of “gravity weapons.” In my opinion, I explain one element of the police is that you can bring a knife as long as it is a kind of working tool, The problem may change if you carry a knife on the street as it can alert citizens who can warn the police for fear that you own a butterfly knife, Since there are cases, in which some people have problems on the street, if they carry even a butterfly knife without cutting edges. The Balisong, also known as the fan knife, butterfly knife or batangas knife, is a Filipino folding pocket knife.
Its main feature is two handles that rotate in opposite directions around its protection, so that when closed, they hide the blade in slots. A Balisong with the seal on the “safe” handle, on the opposite side of the edge, is called Falzmanila. #24 Legal, alegal or illegal is hard to define when it comes to knives, and even more so when it comes to fights. It is also illegal to ship butterfly knives through the U.S. Postal Service. Spyderco, a knife maker, pleaded guilty in a case in U.S. federal court to shipping butterfly knives in June 2005 and January 2007, and the company was fined $75,000. So, can you carry your legal knife with peace of mind? In principle, yes. For example, you can wear it if you participate in a hunting or sports activity where the use of the knife is required (if the blade does not exceed 11 centimeters), explains the national police. You should not take it if you go to leisure places such as concerts, discos, etc. It is even less advisable to wear it during demonstrations or activities where it can be assumed that the knife could be used as a weapon. The law states that “weapons or other objects that pose a threat to the integrity of persons in streets, squares or public facilities may not be carried or used illegally.” I always carry in my pocket my mini key ring Albacete knife, it gets me out of trouble.
xD For example, if you have a model 42 butterfly knife that its sale carries a risk, because this, if they have a cutting edge, significantly reduces the risk of fine. The issue of legality with butterfly knives has been very controversial as many people say or believe that they can be illegal because they can be dangerous or cause some kind of harm. It is very common to believe that a butterfly knife is illegal, moreover, the information on the Internet about these knives is very inaccurate. U.S. federal law prohibits the shipment of automatic and self-opening knives such as retractable or foldable knives between states. Most states consider short pocket knives to be legal. Basically, the longer the knife, such as more than two or three inches, the more the state considers the knife to be illegal or restricted. If you are charged with possession of a knife or are the victim of a knife crime, you should immediately contact an experienced lawyer to discuss and protect your legal options and rights. Here are some of the legal factors that the lawyer can discuss with you: The possession, distribution or purchase of a sharp edge knife is completely illegal because it belongs to the field of knives whose sale is prohibited. But does this apply to borderless people that can be purchased online? Even if a knife follows the rules about knives, if the police believe it poses a danger, they can prevail. In these cases, they may also assume that you have committed a minor or serious violation, depending on the circumstances.
So, let`s say you get caught with this knife on the street, you have to prove that it`s a tool and not just a weapon. If you do not bring it in a toolbox or if you are an electrician or carpenter, you will be responsible for carrying a knife. Nevertheless, they might ask for the butterfly knife or tell you that you can`t take it with you on public roads, so it`s best if we only use it at home. From what I understand, it`s not illegal, but if you`ve been arrested, you should check if it`s something legal, which is very difficult with a butterfly. Do you have to carry illegal things because you don`t carry an automatic knife? Or a weapon? This knife is illegal or restricted in some countries, often under the same laws and for the same reasons that automatic knives or concealed weapons are restricted, while in the Philippines they are no longer as common in urban areas as they used to be. [ref. needed] But these are not all prohibitions. The collection of this type of items (non-automatic knives) is allowed. Of course, only and exclusively the possession of non-automatic knives with more than 11 cm of blade is allowed at home. And I asked him, isn`t that confusing? and answered that yes, but that if the blade of the knife is foldable and has a locking mechanism to make it firmer, it is not allowed to carry another knife or knife in one piece, I think I do not risk it and use it only at home.
The butterfly has a bad reputation and so carrying them in my pocket 24/7 is just more risk to me Another indication that these fake butterfly knives are legal is that they are sold by Amazon itself, a company that would never sell anything illegal. in the manner provided for in sections 12.2 and 106, the sale and possession of non-automatic knives with blades greater than 11 cm exclusively for ornamental and collection purposes.