A tactical knife does not always need to be built to serve its purpose. The new Mediator 8551BK is the latest distributor of benchmade push buttons, which makes the best of some of our favorite legacy designs. With Chevron fresh pattern G10 handles… Benchmade 9750 Mini Coalition Automatic Knife combining the thickness of aluminum handles and steel with the S30V blade, with the style and traction of the G10 inlays, this automatic push button is a great thing in a small package. SPECERS: Designer: Benchmade… Benchmade 3400BK Autocrat, 3.71″ CPM-S30V Black Blade, Black G-10 Handle Defined by speed and style, our new Autocrat 3400 is the latest out-the-front technology for tactical and EDC enthusiasts. This knife is Benchmade`s first OTF… Federal law prohibits the sending of automatic knives across national borders, with the following exceptions: BILLEB: Never send an automatic knife with the U.S. Postal service. Federal law prohibits the sending of „harmful objects,“ including automatic knives. The penalty for violating this law is a fine or a prison sentence for no more than one year.
However, there is no federal restriction on the sending of automatic knives by ordinary contractors such as FedEx and UPS. When sending an automatic knife, always use a private forwarder such as FedEx and UPS. In fact, the American Knife-Tool Institute recommends not sending knives from the U.S. Postal Service to avoid a possible confusion about whether it is an automatic knife. With more and more states decriminalizing automatic knives (also known as „Switchblades“), knife enthusiasts are more interested than ever in buying one of these knives. They often turn to online merchants, but this is a sticky situation: federal law prohibits interstate car trade (see a full explanatory note here). The best question – with a much shorter list – is: which states make local jurisdictions to regulate knives? If there is no state pre-emption power, courts are free to create their own restrictions. The pre-emption order prevents the application of existing local regulations on knives and prohibits new regulations that are more restrictive than state laws that serve only to confuse or capture citizens who travel within or across the state.
Preemption ensures that residents and travellers can expect consistent enforcement of national knife laws throughout a state. In total, ten states have passed preventive laws: Alaska, Arizona, Georgia, Kansas, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and Wisconsin. The existing pre-issue of constitutional weapons law includes knives in New Mexico and Wyoming. Elsewhere, there are no pre-emption measures for knives and owners should be wary of local rules that are more restrictive than state law. BILLEB: There are states where automation is legal, but urban or political sharing regulations can provide for something else and prohibit or restrict cars or other types of knives. This may be possible, unless the constitution of the state provides for something else or there is a national right of pre-emption.