They left out a lot of deadly weapons. How about a hatchet or claw hammer or wood chisel or many other tools?OK, if all y'all can have a thread about y'alls bows and arrows, I should be able to start one about shuriken and nunchaku. :grin3: In the great Commonwealth of Kentucky, our conceal carry permits are actually referred to as CCDW where the DW stands for deadly weapon. Here is a snippet of the law:
LICENSE TO CARRY CONCEALED DEADLY WEAPONS IN KENTUCKY Kentucky’s license to carry concealed deadly weapons law became effective October 1, 1996 and is contained in KRS 237.110 through 237.136. The following summarizes the main provisions of the current law and includes the 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004 and 2006 amendments. I. Deadly WeaponsAs used in the Kentucky Penal Code, (See KRS 500.080.) "Deadly weapon" means any of the following: (a) A weapon of mass destruction; (b) Any weapon from which a shot, readily capable of producing death or other serious physical injury, may be discharged; (c) Any knife other than an ordinary pocket knife or hunting knife; (d) Billy, nightstick, or club; (e) Blackjack or slapjack; (f) Nunchaku karate sticks; (g) Shuriken or death star; or (h) Artificial knuckles made from metal, plastic, or other similar hard material;
This question came to mind when someone said that their state allows conceaded pistol carry. Are most states that restrictive? In other words, if I come to visit you, should I leave my nukes at home?
P.S. If you're wondering why Kentucky allows such liberty. Simple. We don't allow idiots to vote. It's in our state constitution. "Idiots" and "insane" persons shall not have the right to vote. KY. CONST. § 145(3).