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Thank you in advance for your time. I have been doing quite a bit of research pursuant to California knife laws. Some of which is clear and some a bit ambiguous. The most pertinent information seems to be in Penal Codes 653k and 12020. This research is in the direction of "carry" laws not "use" laws. I also realize that local ordinances can vary. But from a state perspective the best I can figure out is the following: Banded Blades: All of the following are banned in all circumstances: Any a blade declared a “gravity knife or switchblade” of two or more inches in length, ballistic knife, belt buckle knife, lipstick case knife, any cane sword, any shobi-zue, any air gauge knife, and any writing pen knife. Concealed Knife Law: * It is illegal to conceal a “dirk” or “dagger.” * You can legally carry any concealed blade that is not a “dirk” or “dagger” or one of the “banned blades.” Openly Worn Law: * You can legally carry any blade openly that does not fall into one of the “banned blades.” * Knives carried in sheaths which are worn openly are not concealed. **Nowhere in any penal code is there a length limit, or a ban on double-edge…. either concealed or openly worn. Please let me know if you agree or disagree with these statements. If you disagree please site the California Penal Code section and subsection that you site.
Knife Carry Related Laws - California penal code has two main sections interesting to us in this discussion: 653K and 12020. 653K belongs to the section 639-653.2 - Of Other And Miscellaneous Offenses and 12020 belongs to the section 12020-12040 - Unlawful Carrying and Possession of Weapons, that is in the link provided at the beginning of this paragraph. Penal code 653K defines what is a legal pocket knife and what is a switchblade and gravity or ballisong knife. Pocket knives, most likely that'd be a folding knife are legal, while switchblades, gravity and ballisong knives are illegal. Penal code 12020 deals with the street carry laws. There are other penal codes dealing with knife carry in specific places. Those are: penal code 626.10 which deals with the knife school carry rules. There is also penal code 171.b which deals with the knives in public buildings. Simply put, the law defines what is illegal, so if your knife and carry isn't what the law defines as illegal you should be fine. Once again, keep in mind the local laws. Details below.
What you have is correct. Note that under Newberry law, every fixed-blade knife is a "dirk or dagger," as is an open folding knife if it locks in the open position, and so is any pointy thing (screwdriver, knitting needle) that can be used as a weapon, at least if the possessor intends to use it as a weapon. There are also some state regulations of knives in particular locations, which do involve length factors, notably at schools (Pen C 626.10), government buildings (Pen C 171b), and airports (Pen C 171.5).
Yeah, sounds about right