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I want an automatic knife.

This is a discussion on I want an automatic knife. within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I was just reading up on Vermont state laws regarding automatic knives ( http://pweb.netcom.com/~brlevine/vt.txt ) and apparently one cannot posses, carry, sell or attempt to ...

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    I was just reading up on Vermont state laws regarding automatic knives (http://pweb.netcom.com/~brlevine/vt.txt) and apparently one cannot posses, carry, sell or attempt to sell them BUT one doesn't need a permit or license to wear a concealed handgun??? w00t?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duisburg View Post
    where do you find these Boker Automatic knives? I have been looking for them but have found only "Button Locking System" with no spring.
    I actually bought my Boker and all auto knives at a local clothing store (he also sells anything he is interested in such as knives, airsoft, and many others)

    also if you are looking for a really good knife the microtechs are top of the line in my opinion they most certainly make the best in and out (although SOG makes one that is close) but they are rather spendy compared to other brands

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reborn View Post
    I know in Texas the best place is gun shows. From just a few bucks up to several hundred. In the 100 buck range you can find a pretty good variety.
    Is it legal to carry an automatic knife in TX? I know for a fact that you can not have a large (Bowie) knife of any kind in your vehicle. I do own a couple of automatics, but never carry them. I am usually carring my Gerber ATS-34, and sometime I will carry a M-Tech designed by Shane Sloan, with pearlized handles, just because it's pretty! I know that you can buy automatics here in TX, but do not know the law concerning carring these tools.

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    I have a Pro-Tech Runt, it's a great little auto. It doesn't have a safety, but the button is recessed in the handle enough that it doesn't need one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JEAM View Post
    I actually bought my Boker and all auto knives at a local clothing store (he also sells anything he is interested in such as knives, airsoft, and many others)

    also if you are looking for a really good knife the microtechs are top of the line in my opinion they most certainly make the best in and out (although SOG makes one that is close) but they are rather spendy compared to other brands
    well, I took the plug off a reputable website for a Boker Autoknife @ $25

    I'll let you know how it turns out
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    +1 on Benchmade Knives. They make a variety of automatic. I have one I think is the Presidio. About $130 if I recall. You can go up in price for other types from there if you wish.

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