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Old 08-08-2019, 07:37 AM
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Governor Cuomo has signed S4202, a ban on manufacturing, shipment or possession of "undetectable" knives.

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Wow that sounds effective. Wonder if Cumo ever had a paper cut. Better ban books, newspapers and magazines.
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the whole state is a mess...one bad politician after another...somewhere his father is rolling in his grave over his two sons
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Really officer...that’s not a plastic knife, that’s simply an ice scraping tool.
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It is New York!
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Eff NY. And eff Cuomo.
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I heard Huomo is going to ban water due to the rise off water assaults on police.
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You just have to be a little creative. I lived there nearly 4 years, carried a variety of weapons, was searched a few times and never detained.
I was a licensed cosmetologist and although I did work in a salon I did not routinely cut hair. Still I carried the tools of my trade to and from work; comb, scissors, clippers, ect including a straight razor and extra blades.
My hobby happens to be sewing. A common tool used in making quilts is a rotary cutter. Some of you men know what this is, your wife has threatened you with death if she catches you using it. It's basically a pizza cutter sharp as a straight razor. I carried my "sewing kit" often too. To this day there is a rotary cutter in the console of the car.
One of my roomates was into pottery and painting. She carried her tools also, including a variety of "art knives" and blades used to cut clay and detail pottery. Never questioned.
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So I guess no more plastic straws or picnic knives eh?
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Old 08-12-2019, 01:09 PM
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The ironic part is they’re responsible for the violence in this country.
The politicians and media have been smacking the beehive for quite a while now, someone loses their **** and does something stupid and they blame it on inanimate objects.
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I have a couple of those plastic knives. Never carried them anywhere. Now I may order several more just because.

Those idiots make laws like this because they are powerless to control the maniacs that walk their streets. If everyone was required to be armed when out then maybe muggers, robbers and rapist would think twice before attacking anyone.

It worked in Florida many years ago. There was a rash of rapes and Florida was second in the nation for assaults on women. So the cops took guns they had taken off the streets and gave them to 5,000 women and taught them how to shoot and allowed them to be carried concealed. This was way before CCW permits were common. In just a short time Florida went from second in the nation for rape to completely out of the top 10 because the rapist now how something to fear. A mad woman with a gun and state sponsored license to use it. What a concept.
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So I guess no more plastic straws or picnic knives eh?


Are you kidding me?!? I think you can get the death penalty for possession of a plastic straw in New York... a plastic knife?... FUHGEDDABOUTIT!!!
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Governor Cuomo has signed S4202, a ban on manufacturing, shipment or possession of "undetectable" knives.

http://campaign.r20.constantcontact....d-9b0b7086126c
This is a wholly unenforceable law. I am not sure it can stand the commerse clause of the US Constitution. Ceramic knives are very popular or they would be if not so expensive. The sharpest knife I own is ceramic and I have a fair number of knives given I do a lot of rope work. (Do not ask my why. There are so many alternatives. If it can be done with a rope, I will often use it in spite of a better alternative. The same for magnets.)
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Wow that sounds effective. Wonder if Cumo ever had a paper cut. Better ban books, newspapers and magazines.
I know how you feel, he should ban sticks and stones ! Because some low life, would hit you over the head with it . We would not want some one to get stabbed, after all because lives matter, even low lives !!
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By that law if I sharpened my wooden practice samurai sword it would be illegal.
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Old 08-13-2019, 04:13 AM
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So... anyone got any favorites? Looking to buy one all of a sudden.
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Old 08-13-2019, 07:44 AM
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So... anyone got any favorites? Looking to buy one all of a sudden.
Oddly enough one I keep in my truck for a grab and go is slightly larger than a paring knife. It has a sheath made of plastic. I got it at a cooking/kitchen supply store. It looks almost like a toy not a weapon. It will cut you if you even touch the edge. Easily concealed in a shirt or jacket sleeve.
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Old 08-13-2019, 11:54 AM
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Oddly enough one I keep in my truck for a grab and go is slightly larger than a paring knife. It has a sheath made of plastic. I got it at a cooking/kitchen supply store. It looks almost like a toy not a weapon. It will cut you if you even touch the edge. Easily concealed in a shirt or jacket sleeve.
Made of what? What style? What am I looking for?
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Old 08-13-2019, 12:21 PM
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Made of what? What style? What am I looking for?
Take your pick. You hands might be larger than mine or you may be able to hide a larger knife.

https://kyoceraadvancedceramics.com/ceramic-knives
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All those rich upper-east-siders are now felons for owning those $100 ceramic kitchen knives theyt bought from Williams-Sonoma.
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