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Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops SWA24S 7.1" S.S. Folding Knife EXPIRED

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  • Dimensions: 7.1" overall length with a blade length of 3.1" and a weight of 3.5 ounces
  • Blade is made of reliable 7Cr17MoV Black Oxide High Carbon Stainless Steel with a black, aluminum handle
  • Pocket clip, finger flipper and ambidextrous thumb knobs making it ideal for everyday carry

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Amazon has Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops SWA24S 7.1in S.S. Folding Knife with 3.1in Serrated Clip Point Blade and Aluminum Handle for Outdoor, Tactical, Survival and EDC

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"According to California Penal Code Section 17235, all folding knives are legal in the state and may be concealed as long as they are in the folded position. There is also no restriction on the blade length of a folding knife." How easy is to derail conversation and from maybe a SD deal we got other discussion instead.
False information.
California has no legal limit on length. You can carry a folding sword if you so wish. Look up the cold steel Espada. Totally legal.

This isn't spring assisted, (which is legal, but gets looks,) or automatic/ switchblade,(,which are legal under 2 inches,) or a dirk or dagger, assuming you don't carry it in the open position in your pocket like a psychopath. Just don't carry concealed. Don't go around flashing it. Don't go into federal buildings with it. Aka use common sense.

I'm not a lawyer, but I have studied the hell out of the knife laws in California, which are surprisingly lenient, and Los Angeles, which are a little backwards but still pretty clear. I have over 4k in knives, have had many interactions with police, and have even shown them off at their request. No issues at all.

Just clip it to your pocket using the pocket clip. The issue with it being concealed is now solved.
I was gifted this knife for Christmas last year, it's a basic pocket knife that I carry with me for everyday use. After 4 months, the blade still feels sturdy and is still sharp. I wouldn't use it as a primary knife for backpacking/camping/hunting, but it's good enough for when you find yourself needing something sharp. Plus, if you lose it, you're not out much money like you would with a quality knife like a Benchmade. Overall, it's a good knife for the price. Repped

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Knife laws carry this in california will get 2 years in jail
https://www.akti.org/state-knife-laws/
Unsure of why people put up with these dumbass laws in their states. 🤷 ♂️
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Knife laws carry this in california will get 2 years in jail
https://www.akti.org/state-knife-laws/
False information.
California has no legal limit on length. You can carry a folding sword if you so wish. Look up the cold steel Espada. Totally legal.

This isn't spring assisted, (which is legal, but gets looks,) or automatic/ switchblade,(,which are legal under 2 inches,) or a dirk or dagger, assuming you don't carry it in the open position in your pocket like a psychopath. Just don't carry concealed. Don't go around flashing it. Don't go into federal buildings with it. Aka use common sense.

I'm not a lawyer, but I have studied the hell out of the knife laws in California, which are surprisingly lenient, and Los Angeles, which are a little backwards but still pretty clear. I have over 4k in knives, have had many interactions with police, and have even shown them off at their request. No issues at all.

Just clip it to your pocket using the pocket clip. The issue with it being concealed is now solved.
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Knife laws carry this in california will get 2 years in jail
https://www.akti.org/state-knife-laws/
This is not true.
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Lol @ having to worry about putting it in you're pocket ( IDK but alot of knives are in pockets) leading to a Court case . Best to not have that worry
It's a pocket knife, where else would it be carried? It has a pocket clip it is literally designed to go in your front right pocket next to your dominant hand. Or if you're a lefty, in the other hand with the pocket clip swapped.
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We don't have any knife laws lol
Well this was a great pointless conversation. Thanks for adding very helpful info to this thread. BTW this is a horrible knife. Spend a few bucks more get a rat 2 at least.
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"According to California Penal Code Section 17235, all folding knives are legal in the state and may be concealed as long as they are in the folded position. There is also no restriction on the blade length of a folding knife." How easy is to derail conversation and from maybe a SD deal we got other discussion instead.
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I used to own a knife very similar, and the problem with these type of knives is that the screws get loose after a while. You could fasten them when it gets loose (duration depends on usage I suppose) but it was a nuance just fyi.
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False information.
California has no legal limit on length. You can carry a folding sword if you so wish. Look up the cold steel Espada. Totally legal.

This isn't spring assisted, (which is legal, but gets looks,) or automatic/ switchblade,(,which are legal under 2 inches,) or a dirk or dagger, assuming you don't carry it in the open position in your pocket like a psychopath. Just don't carry concealed. Don't go around flashing it. Don't go into federal buildings with it. Aka use common sense.

I'm not a lawyer, but I have studied the hell out of the knife laws in California, which are surprisingly lenient, and Los Angeles, which are a little backwards but still pretty clear. I have over 4k in knives, have had many interactions with police, and have even shown them off at their request. No issues at all.

Just clip it to your pocket using the pocket clip. The issue with it being concealed is now solved.
Not 100% true: https://www.robertmhelfend.com/cr...ng-knives-

More people are killed from knives every year than rifles so I would imagine there would be a few laws pertaining to them although not much.
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