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Author Topic: The "pocket stick" or "Kubotan"  (Read 26329 times)


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Re: The "pocket stick" or "Kubotan"
« Reply #30 on: November 22, 2010, 05:45:44 AM »

ok Hock, got it..................thanks


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Re: The "pocket stick" or "Kubotan"
« Reply #31 on: November 22, 2010, 08:18:23 AM »

As far as I'm aware ' Kubotan ' are not illgal in the U.K. They are not listed under the Offensive Weapon's Act. However all baton's, straight, ASP, Side-Handled are. Hollow Kubotan's are illgal.

Not worth the risk carrying one here ( U.K ), you would be better off with a metal pen, a couple of ball points or a marker.




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Re: The "pocket stick" or "Kubotan"
« Reply #32 on: December 25, 2010, 08:13:24 AM »

Louisiana - R.S. 14:95. Illegal carrying of weapons is...
  (1) The intentional concealment of any firearm, or other
   instrumentality customarily used or intended for probable
use as a dangerous weapon, on one's person;        The law here is vague describing blade length, as far as carrying anything , the key word is concealed. This goes with what i heard at a police supply store. I can carry an expandable baton on my belt as long as its visable. Which makes a viable addition to my stick training . I have been leaning toward the stick rather than the knife as a self defense option. but still carry one.   ( appologies for the spacing)
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