Ridiculous! I can go to Ohio with my CCW license and carry a hidden handgun, but no one is allowed to carry a 3.5-inch Spyderco, with a thumb hole and locking blade, because it`s a deadly weapon? The right to self-defense is a God-given right and must be treated as such. Ohio, take lessons from your neighbor, Indiana, and pass sensible knife laws. There are also three working methods used by Balisongs: bearings, rings or simply washers. Ohio law allows the possession and open carrying of knives. Ohio`s concealed wearing laws do not define a blade, with the exception of ballistic knives. Instead, it is illegal to hide lethal weapons. The knife is now illegal or restricted in some countries, often under the same laws and for the same reasons that interchangeable blades or hidden weapons are restricted. In the Philippines, it is no longer as common in urban areas as it used to be.  The truth remains that Ohio`s knife laws are not weak enough to identify the difference between a lethal gun and a regular pocket knife.
There is no legal age for minors to hide a knife. I think all the laws apply no matter what. Every town and village may have its own knife laws, and many do. Under current knife laws in Ohio, it is not illegal to possess certain types of knives. However, situations can become increasingly complicated if you hide the knife and take it from your own property. Depending on the laws in force, any type of knife can fall into the category of «lethal weapons». This case law is one of the most stupid precedents ever set. At least, that`s what I`ve never seen. So in Ohio, Ohio, I can openly carry a gun to protect myself, and that`s okay. If I carry a knife openly in public and a police officer decides for himself my intention to carry it, can I go to jail for possible crimes? What is it!? These old military combat knives are pretty much the best utility/bush knives you could wish for.
They are also huge and eye-catching. So the weapon is a lethal weapon and that`s okay, but a knife is a deadly weapon and it`s not right? Does anyone else see separation in logic here? How can we remedy these laws? The origin of the knives is unclear. Oral traditions claim that knives were first used in 800 AD. Made in the Philippines. However, there is no documentation or archaeological evidence to support it. Balisong`s mass production in the Philippines can only be confirmed in the early 1900s. Another claim is that Balisong was originally an adaptation of a French measuring tool called Pied du Roi («King`s Foot»), invented between the 1500s and the late 1700s. However, how it was introduced to the Philippines is unknown. There are theories that it was introduced by sailors from the Spanish Empire, which was allied with the France at the time.   We need to learn and know about knife laws, as each state has different categorizations and penalties can range from hefty fines to prosecution.
To that end, everyone needs to learn about knife laws, as each state introduces different and different classifications, and fines can range from harsh penalties to criminal prosecution. Ohio`s knife laws do not prohibit concealed carrying of a particular knife, except for what they consider «dangerous ammunition,» which includes ballistic knives. I`m curious about knife laws in Cleveland. I have heard that the laws are different in different regions. Is it legal to hide a folding knife that requires two hands to open and has something like a 2-inch blade in public or indoors (unarmed or not)? All laws of a general nature have uniform effect throughout the State; Nor may any law, except a law relating to public schools, be promulgated with the consent of any authority other than the General Assembly, except as otherwise provided in this Constitution. I live in Dayton, Ohio, I have a CCW and I carry my 4-inch rigid blade everywhere I go. I do lawn and landscaping, so it`s a good tool that you just have to realize that if you`re using it as protection, it`s illegal to wear it because it`s a «weapon,» but if you actually have a use for it other than being afraid, that`s fine. If not, wait until you`re 21, get a CCW for a gun, and do your thing in peace. Current Ohio law allows legal possession of gravity switch blades and knives, Balisong (butterfly) knives and Balisong trainers, ballistic knives, dirks, daggers, Bowie knives, stiletto heels and other stabbed knives. Ohio`s knife law contains few restrictions on the types of knives a person can own. Balisong sneakers have a special blunt, unpolished «blade» and are legal in some areas where Balisongs are not.