dontshakepandas wrote:I would expect this from California, but not Texas.
California arguably has better knife laws than Texas. No blade length limit on folding knives and <2" switchblades are legal for carry.
When I lived there, I would have gladly traded California's knife laws for Texas's gun laws. I carry a Kershaw Tanto Blur because the mechanism is convenient, safe, and easy, and it has a strong blade which appears to keep its edge well. If it becomes illegal, I'll still carry a similar knife, just without the Kershaw opening mechanism. Like others, I carry a knife as a tool. I've done so ever since I was a young boy. My knives have never gone off accidentally and cut someone innocent.