Wow, Euc, that's a new level of paranoia! Lots of people own Italian stilettos. Most are used as letter-openers and conversation pieces. I own a few of them myself.Imagine you come under investigation and they search your house and find it. The public perception is that owning such an article is a crime.
Depends on the region.people...would freak out over a switchblade
MechE said:I have knife with a 7" blade, hollow handle and a little nifty compass in the cap. I would call this knife a "Rambo Knife". VA law makes no mention of blade length and only covers dirks, bowies, num chucks (don't even know how to spell num chucks) etc....
So I would assume "Rambo" knives are legal.........well maybe not :biggrin:
I bet most of the law makers in this country don't even know what a Dirk is. I think all the knife laws in this country were writen back in the 1800's.
Short answer - no, the permit does not cover knives. In Virginia, it is a permit to carry a concealed handgun.yrustuk said:I have a CWP and I have mounted in my vehicle a bowie knife (for just in case). I was wondering if it is covered in VA by my CWP?