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Antique & Vintage Switchblade Knives
Custom Made Switchblade Knives
Modern Switchblade Automatic Knives
OTF Switchblade Knives Out The Front
Switchblade Automatic Knives
Balisong Butterfly Knives
Quality Assisted Knives
Spring Assist Knives (Under $10)
Switchblade Knives from Italy
Carving Knives
Bowie Knives
Cool Knives
Neck & Boot Knives
Non-Metallic Knives
Rescue Knives
Samurai Knives
Self Defense
Forest Fire Emergency Hose
Survial & Doomsday Prepper Gear
Knife Parts
Knife Sheaths & Cases
Automatic Switchblade Knife KITS & PARTS
Balisong Butterfly Knife KITS & PARTS
Italian Stiletto Switchblade Knife PARTS
Microtech Switchblade TRI-BIT TOOLS & PARTS
Out The Front Switchblade Knife KITS & PARTS
BOYCOTT Benchmade

Antique & Vintage Switchblade Knives Can Be Found Directly At:

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Spring Assist Knives open easily with one hand, yet by legal definition it is not classified as a switchblade.
Assisted Spring/Torsion Opening Knives are not legally classified as switchblade knives, by law or definition.
Spring Assisted Pocket Knives Are A Great Alternative Automatic to Switchblade Knives.

Amendment (1447) to the FY 2010 Homeland Security Appropriations Bill H.R. 2892 was passed by the House of Representatives & approved by the U.S. Senate on October 20th, 2009
This Modified the 50-year Old Federal Switchblade Act Modernized to Protect Americans with Knives.
This Added a Fifth Clause to Define Assisted Opening Knives as 100% Legal

(5) a knife that contains a spring, detent, or other mechanism designed to create a bias toward closure of the blade and that requires exertion applied to the blade by hand, wrist, or arm to overcome the bias toward closure to assist in opening the knife.


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