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homemade switchblade Answered

i need ideas to make a homemade switchblade because im very broke.i want it to be nice though,not very sucky,please.i need ideas,so please help me if you can.(i need a REAL knife,not one of those cool popsicle stick switchblades.the blade needs to lock in place too)PLEASE HELP ME!!!IM BEGGING YOU!!!!!PLEASE!!!!thank you

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

13 years ago

for some reason i dont think you are gunna get much help on this buddy....but thats just me....

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its a lion
its a lion

Reply 13 years ago

Plus there is this... "The Switchblade Act, (public law 85-623, enacted on August 12, 1958, and codified in 15 USC 1241-1245), prohibits the manufacture (plus more stuff, but this pertains to you)... It provides exceptions for government agencies, members of the Armed Forces, and for one-armed persons." Thats if you live in the US. Other countries have different laws. Might want to look them up if you live outside the US.

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marcownz747
marcownz747

Reply 5 years ago

Here in austria, there is no such law. We can have switchblades here. The internet isn't just for Americans. I can't tell you how frustrated I am with Americans constantly saying "That's illegal" without ever asking "Where are you from?"

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Downunder35m
Downunder35m

Reply 5 years ago

As I said in your other topic, you are wrong with your assumption.
In Austria it is legal to buy and posess such knifes but not to carry them around in public - no matter if visible to others or not.
They also fall under the dangerous weapons laws in your country.
Before you make statements that might be vital for others you might actually want to check what you are talking about ;)

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

Section 1244. Exceptions:

4) the possession, and transportation upon his person, of any switchblade knife with a blade three inches or less in length by any individual who has only one arm.

Switchblades however, are often covered by specific law. Such laws generally restrict one or more of the following: manufacture, export, importation, sale, possession, or carrying in a public place.

Canada:
In Canada switchblades are illegal. They are not legal to sell, buy, trade, carry or otherwise possess.

Germany:
Most switchblades are illegal to own, import or export. However, if the blade is side-opening, a maximum of 8.5 cm long, the breadth is a minimum of 20% of length, and is not double-edged, they are legal.

United States:
Federal law

The Switchblade Act, (public law 85-623, enacted on August 12, 1958, and codified in 15 USC 1241-1245), prohibits the manufacture or transportation of switchblade knives in interstate commerce.

Local laws, an example - in California:

653k. Every person who possesses in the passenger's or driver's area of any motor vehicle in any public place or place open to the public, carries upon his or her person, and every person who sells, offers for sale, exposes for sale, loans, transfers, or gives to any other person a switchblade knife having a blade two or more inches in length is guilty of a misdemeanor.

And one more - Connecticut law states that:

§ 53-206. Carrying of dangerous weapons prohibited.
(a) Any person who carries upon one's person any BB. gun, blackjack, metal or brass knuckles, or any dirk knife, or any switch knife, or any knife having an automatic spring release device by which a blade is released from the handle, having a blade of over one and one-half inches in length, or stiletto, or any knife the edged portion of the blade of which is four inches or over in length, any police baton or nightstick, or any martial arts weapon or electronic defense weapon, as defined in section 53a-3, or any other dangerous or deadly weapon or instrument, shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than three years or both. Whenever any person is found guilty of a violation of this section, any weapon or other instrument within the provisions of this section, found upon the body of such person, shall be forfeited to the municipality wherein such person was apprehended, notwithstanding any failure of the judgment of conviction to expressly impose such forfeiture

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ll.13
ll.13

Reply 13 years ago

I don't think the kid's worried about laws. :-/

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

If someone hands him a sentence of five hundred dollars or imprisoned not more than three years or both. I am sure he will become quite mindful of them.

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its a lion
its a lion

Reply 13 years ago

Plus those are just the federal laws. The state laws where he is at could be even more severe.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

The last two paragraphs are California and Connecticut state laws, as examples of what is out there.

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

it seems all pdw's are illegal in canada

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meburnfire
meburnfire

Reply 10 years ago

Try living in canada. You cant even go and buy a dull knife online. I tried to get a Assasins Creed knife and they said that you cant get it in Canada. Tried on ebay still didn't work

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

given the choice, id take the mp7. the mp5 was replaced by the mp7 because it could not penetrate body armor. the mp7 fires armor piercing rounds. but i meant pdw as in personal defense weapons. they should add a version of the second amendment here.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

I know, I'm sorry, I was teasing a little there ;-)

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

stop teasing me because my country wont allow me to own a gun.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

I said I was sorry..... *sigh*

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alexmason
alexmason

Reply 12 years ago

i dont think he cares too much about the law, or else there wouldnt be this discussion board

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Fashim
Fashim

Reply 11 years ago

Haha! I live in Aussie but i think switchblades are illegal here to. lol

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 13 years ago

They're illegal in the UK as well, and have been for some time:

Full-Auto Knife

Common Use Names: Flick Knife, Switchblade, Automatic Knife

Cited: The Restriction of Offensive Weapons Act (1959)

Prohibits: Manufacture, import, sale or hire, or offer of sale or hire, or lending or giving to any other person.

Legal Definition: Any knife which has a blade which opens automatically by hand pressure applied to a button, spring or other device in or attached to the handle of the knife.

Common Misconceptions: Rolox actions, Speedsafe actions (commonly referred to as semi-automatic knives) are not full-auto knives. Whilst they open in a similar fashion, they do not meet the criteria of the Restriction of Offensive Weapons Act (1959), as the device required to be operated to deploy the blade is attached to the blade itself, and therefore is not in nor attached to the handle of the knife.

Link to source of quote

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Mr Slippy Fist
Mr Slippy Fist

Reply 13 years ago

What about butterfly knifes? Mind you don't really matter what knives are illegal, you get caught with anything like that and you will find yourself in trouble in this country, not me though, ohhh no! I got me trusty fountain pen in me bus ticket pocket of me jeans, ha try to make that illegal you f@cking Nazi's(British govament).

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its a lion
its a lion

Reply 13 years ago

"In the UK, The Butterfly Knife has been legally classified as an offensive weapon since January 1989.[6] Possession of one is not a criminal offence, but sale, trade, gift, or purchase is prohibited. Any imported are liable to be seized and prosecution may follow. The exception to this are knives of this type over 100 years old which are classed as antiques."

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balisong_(knife)#Legal_status

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

guess its really hard to posses something when you cant buy. trade, sell, or receive one as a gift...

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LinuxH4x0r
LinuxH4x0r

Reply 13 years ago

inherit it?

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

is that legal?

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zachninme
zachninme

Reply 13 years ago

You could find one on the street... Or make it...

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LinuxH4x0r
LinuxH4x0r

Reply 13 years ago

Or just get a leatherman c301 (it has a legal "blade launcher")

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

i'm confused. why do you want a switchblade? and your only 11?? i think they are illegal in canada too. everything else is.

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

im going to canada...

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LinuxH4x0r
LinuxH4x0r

Reply 13 years ago

Me too! See you there soon!

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

haha great plan

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astrozombies138
astrozombies138

Reply 13 years ago

excuse me while I light my spliff good god I gotta take a lift

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

umm sure?

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

cool. you can swing my montreal. there is a great electronics store on decari street

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Mr Slippy Fist
Mr Slippy Fist

Reply 13 years ago

I'm pretty sure you can't even buy. trade, sell, or receive a sameri sword as a gift anymore in England, I remember reading it in the sun. load of bollocks though I could get a bloody AK47 if I wanted one off a bloke down the pub, sells dodgey fags as well.

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Kiteman
Kiteman

Reply 13 years ago

Butterfly knives are illegal as well. Check the link I gave for other illegalities.

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

second. do you have divination powers?

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

if i knew what the was....SUURE

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

like in harry potter! you can tell the future.

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

oh well...i knew that...and yes...and with that power i can advise you not to play in traffic anytime soon :)

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

cool. how about high voltages?

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

go right ahead...

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

yay yay yay. (cut it out) you have no sense of fun oscar cool. now i can start work on my SSTC

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

solid state tesla coil

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

ah..i get it

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

just google it under images

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kaseyraex3
kaseyraex3

Reply 13 years ago

I know what it is

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tech-king
tech-king

Reply 13 years ago

ohh. cool .sorry. i'm used to having to explain it to people.