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Oregon knife carry

This is a discussion on Oregon knife carry within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by SpizyChicken Know the laws, exercise your rights, don't be a jerk about it. And consider whether you really want to post to ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpizyChicken View Post
    Know the laws, exercise your rights, don't be a jerk about it.
    And consider whether you really want to post to a thread dormant for 3 years.

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    Since his dad is an officer, I find the information useful. I don't mind threads being brought back if there is useful information to add to them.

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    Does any body know any country in which carrying knife is not illegal or is allowed, pls do specify the name of the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by porsche4786 View Post
    Couldn't you request a receipt from the officer? He can't just leave without issuing you one can he? I would get the officers name and badge # and call the police station.

    I'm just wondering what exactly they consider a dirk. At some point I'm sure they define a knife as a dirk once it hits a certain length.
    from what i understand is that if an officer does not issue you a reciept for the knife then you can get their badge number and put in a formal complaint

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    Exclamation

    Massive bump but important info

    1993 ruling actually defined auto knives (switchblades) as pocket knives under the current law. So you can open or concealed carry an auto. You can open carry pretty much anything and there are no laws on length
    https://m.reddit.com/r/knifeclub/com...led_open_what/

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    Wow this is an old thread.

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