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Old 09-14-2018, 7:20 PM
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My personal opinion? That would probably be illegal. Back when I was commuting via BART I used to have a fixed blade in my bag, and when I found the concealed fixed blade law, I switched to a folder.
Thanks for the response. Just for clarification, do you think it would be illegal for me to carry my fixed blade attached to the outside of my tactical briefcase. I would lash the sheath onto the MOLLE. Thanks again.

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Thanks for the response. Just for clarification, do you think it would be illegal for me to carry my fixed blade attached to the outside of my tactical briefcase. I would lash the sheath onto the MOLLE. Thanks again.

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David
So far as state law is concerned (and avoiding schools and other restricted areas) that should be OK.
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So far as state law is concerned (and avoiding schools and other restricted areas) that should be OK.


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