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A unique World War I re-enactment at Fort Rodman on Sunday got visiting children excited about the original uniforms and weapons carried by German soldiers. "Some guy has a 2-inch-longer rifle and you're in trouble," said re-enactor Steven Pacheco
That was the word Wednesday from a state appeals court, which said a person, under this law, includes one's body and clothing but not one's purse, briefcase or whatever container one uses to carry things around. The court overturned the conviction of
Put away your Samurai swords, daggers, switchblades, meat cleavers, cutlasses and machetes. The right to bear knives and other long sharp instruments will remain restricted in Tennessee now that the Senate has accepted the House version of this year'
Texas (AP) Taking up a cause dear to hunters and hikers, a Texas lawmaker argued the case for legalizing switchblades on Tuesday, noting that the small knives are currently listed alongside machine guns, explosives and chemical weapons on a list of
With little discussion and no dissent, a bill to legalize switchblade knives in Kansas passed the Senate on Wednesday and is expected to move to final approval in a House vote Thursday. The bill takes switchblades and stilettos off the state's list
Nothing says movie magic like the not-actually-magic work of blacksmith Tony Swatton, star of the YouTube series Man at Arms . In the show, which has its finale on Mar. 18, Swatton recreates some of the most well-known weapons from pop culture and
Sheriff's deputies arrested a Port Charlotte man Sunday for swinging a sword and cutting his brother over an argument about buying synthetic marijuana. William Russell Voswinkel Jr., 23, of the 2100 block of Starlite Lane, has been charged with
Carry a KnifeSave a Life!' Posted by Jeff Woods on Wed, Feb 27, 2013 at 12:12 PM Knife Rights Inc., the NRA's little brother in the fight for Second Amendment rights, is urging its members to contact Tennessee lawmakers to demand passage of
Alaska The House Judiciary Committee is slated to discuss a bill that would loosen regulations on certain types of knives. HB33, by Rep. Mark Neuman, would delegate the authority to regulate knives in the same manner that firearms are regulated.
Now there's a bill to make it legal for Tennesseans to carry switchblades, swords and apparently even machetes to defend themselves against the criminal element. With surprisingly little debate today, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted 7-1 for this