Where to find different state knife laws---

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    Where to find different state knife laws---

    Hey guys, I need help. I am looking at getting a nice folding knife for EDC and self defense if needed. (mostly EDC). I motorcycle all around the country and don't want to get caught with my pants down by not knowing where and what kind of knife I can carry. I have a concealed carry permit and usually carry my pistol when riding. When in a state that doesn't honor my permits, I unload and lock in the saddlebag.

    Are the state laws that restrictive with knives that a guy can get into trouble without knowing it? Where can I find out the various state laws? Is there a basic knife that passes in most states. I'm looking at some kind of assisted/auto opening. Probably 3" blade or so. Let me know if you have any thoughts. Thanks

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    Thanks, seems like each state is different. Looks like anything auto is out of the question. I assume a 3" assisted opening is OK is most states. And just don't be stupid with it.

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