Izula 2

Izula 2

This is a discussion on Izula 2 within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I hope that I'm not beating a dead horse, but I'd rather be safe than sorry. I just got a Izula 2 for my birthday ...

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    Izula 2

    I hope that I'm not beating a dead horse, but I'd rather be safe than sorry. I just got a Izula 2 for my birthday today and being that I'm only 19, I can't get my concealed carry permit. The way I read the law for Iowa is that if its under 4 inches you don't need a permit to conceal it. Am I right?


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    Never ask legal advice from strangers...

    That all said as a non lawyer looking at "the travler guide to gun/knife law" you should be ok as long as said knife is not over 5inch ( not 4) and is not a dagger/auto knife etc .. You can carry thouse but only with a permit ...

    That said also it looks like you should stay away from school and the captial building or any school zone esp in Des moin with a blade ..

    So not a laywer and check with one and look at the states reg but should be ok esp seeing as this does not apprea to be too tactial of a blade etc ...


    But of course not carrying a blade is more often then not the same thing as a gun carrying in terms of legal issues so bare that in mind if you are going to carry for SD
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    Sounds good to me, that's the way I took it, but I just wanted to be sure. I don't carry it for more than just as a tool, it's more comfortable to carry the izula than a folder which takes up more space in my pocket.

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