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Razor’s edge:  What is the difference between Switchblades and Spring-Assisted Knives?
Razor’s edge: What is the difference between Switchblades and Spring-Assisted Knives?

Under Indiana law, “[i]t is a Class B misdemeanor for a person to manufacture, possess, display, offer, sell, lend, give away, or purchase any knife with a detachable blade that may be ejected from the handle as a projectile by means of gas, a spring, or any other device ...

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Blog posts in February, 2017

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