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Thread: HB 5512 of 2018 - Repeal Prohibition Against Conceal Carry of a Knife

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    HB 5512 of 2018 - Repeal Prohibition Against Conceal Carry of a Knife

    HB 5512 of 2018
    Weapons; other; prohibition against concealed carry of a knife; repeal. Amends secs. 227 & 231a of 1931 PA 328 (MCL 750.227 & 750.231a).
    Last Action: 2/6/2018 bill electronically reproduced 02/01/2018

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    Would this also eliminate the prohibition of carrying double edged blades, or is there another section of the MCL that would still bar that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divegeek View Post
    Would this also eliminate the prohibition of carrying double edged blades, or is there another section of the MCL that would still bar that?
    There would still be MCL 750-226, carry with intent, and MCL 380-1313 Student possession.

    This is really good for reenactors and renaissance people.


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    100% useless without preemption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeSchaine View Post
    100% useless without preemption.
    Not useless. We'd still want this to pass even if knives were added to MCL 123.1101-04.

    But yes, I'd like to see knife preemption, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeSchaine View Post
    100% useless without preemption.
    I spoke with Todd and Doug from KnifeRights at the SAF annual meeting in Dallas last year. They have every intention of repealing 750.227(1) and re-running Mike Green’s knife preemption bill from last session.

    We won’t get it all at once but they do great work and I recommend supporting www.KnifeRights.org

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    Have our legislators learned to just go after one thing at a time in an attempt to get ANYTHING done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leader View Post
    Have our legislators learned to just go after one thing at a time in an attempt to get ANYTHING done?
    Yes, many in the house understand that. They have good people in the 2A community to help them along.

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    Yes, please join (and/or donate to) Knife Rights.
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    Letter to representatives has been sent. (Through Kniferights.org.)

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