Italian switchblade

Laws for Autmatic knives and switchblades
Laws for Autmatic knives and switchblades

United States Main article: Knife legislation § United States Federal law The Switchblade Knife Act, (Pub.L. 85–623, 72 Stat. 562, aka SWA, enacted on August 12, 1958, and codified in 15 U.S.C. §§ 1241–1245), prohibits the manufacture, importation, distribution, transportation, and sale of switchblade knives in commercial transactions substantially affecting interstate commerce[46] between any state, territory, possession of the United States, or the District of Columbia, and any
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Types of automatic knives
Types of automatic knives

Side opening The most common type of switchblade is the side-opening. These resemble traditional manually-operated folding knives, but have a spring attached to the blade which is released when the activation button is pressed. Side-opening knives typically feature safety mechanisms that block the activation button from being pressed. Most people think of the Italian Switchblade
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