Я не говорю по-англиски.
But im moving on from that.
I never not one time asked how to smuggle a auto into my house illegally across state lines.. i asked if there was a way that i could Legally purchase and obtain the knife.
Para 2 can be "middle-finger" flipped, also...
Regarding your search for a legal exemption from your states automatic knife restrictions, usually there is an exemption for ppl with disabilities. ( I often see it written as "missing an arm", but you might be able to speak to your doc about it.
Step 1: Get your LEO friend to order you the automatic knife of your choice.
Step 2: Remove the spring.
Ta-daa! Manual, 100% legal, button lock knife.
Boker Magnum Blitz Manual, which appears to be a a manual version of an automatic knife. It is designed to be opened by depressing the lock and wrist-flicking the blade out. Boker's site shows a partially-serrated blade but a search reveals that a plain edge version is also available.
The Gerber Bolt Action knife is no longer made, I believe:
but maybe the Spyderco Sage 3 bolt action is similar:
or a Boker push button lock (if there is one that is not an automatic)
The Benchmade/Harley Davidson Nagara is a solid choice, you can open it like an axis lock by swinging it open and closed, but it's a button instead, so you dont need to do any pulling or flicking.
I guess a fixed blade or a slip joint is out of the question?
Otherwise, I'd say a minigrip or a Wenger with a button lock.
The Para2 can also be opened by pressing the compression lock tab with your pointer finger and wrist flick it open. No thumb involved. If you dont want to wrist flick it just press the tab an let the pivot bushing do the work. Plus it is an awesome edc and in your price range.
Why complicate things? Get a small fixed-blade...
Also, William Henry has a lot of button lock knives. Granted they're high end, though you probably could find one in the 250 dollar range. They're also good lookers too
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