What types of auto knifes are legal in Kentucky?

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I put the same post in the automatic section and got very few replies. I know that not all autos are illegal in Kentucky. What blade length makes your auto legal to carry? Anybody know for sure?

Thanks,
Will

 
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The law seems pretty vauge on this one.

Kentucky Penal Code - 527.020. Carrying concealed deadly
weapon. (1) A person is guilty of carrying a concealed
weapon when he carries concealed a firearm or other deadly
weapon on or about his person.

Kentucky Case Law:
- "Law that prohibited the carrying of concealed deadly
weapons prohibited carrying them on one's own premises or
in one's own dwelling." (1939)
- "Law that prohibited carrying concealed deadly weapons
applied to any time or place..." (1948)
- "...the good intent or bad intent of the party carrying the
weapon was immaterial..." (1903)
- "A razor is a deadly weapon within the meaning of the
law..." (1947)
- "A butcher knife with a sharp pointed blade approximately
six inches in length is a deadly weapon." (1971)


http://www.knife-expert.com

This site seems to say yes.
http://www.springloadedknives.com/state_laws.htm

 
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Branspop,
Thanks for the link. What it seems to say is that ANY knife (and I guess that includes autos) is OK with a CCDW. Is that how you read it?

Will
 
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Will,

Ky's law on knives to me leaves a lot of room to interpretation. I focus mostly on firearms with a ccdw. For personal reasons I can not answer that specific question, but if you email me at Branspop@home.com , I may be able to refer you to some people.
 
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