Protecting Your Pets?


G50AE

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Legally speaking, carrying a sword cane is considered to be the same violation as carrying an unlicensed concealed handgun.
I think you are confusing a sword cane with a cane gun. Cane guns are treated as "Any Other Weapon" (AOW) under the National Firearms Act, NFA 1934, and are subject to federal registration and taxation.
 

Cyr

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I think you are confusing a sword cane with a cane gun. Cane guns are treated as "Any Other Weapon" (AOW) under the National Firearms Act, NFA 1934, and are subject to federal registration and taxation.
No, I am referring to a sword cane just like the one I watched a guy get arrested for carrying at a New Jersey amusement park last year. I remember thinking to myself as I watched this arrest: Damn, the dude might as well have been carrying an illegal concealed handgun—The fine and punishment are going to be the same!
 

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