Drunk Man Pulls Knife On Mocking Kids

Pocket knives now in feds’ gunsights

(It was a shotgun fired into the air, no one was hurt and we darn sure didn’t try to steal watermelons anymore). I imagine in today’s crybaby society the man who we were stealing from would still be rotting in prison. Damned shame that things in this country have turned this way. mommaknowsbest – December 30, 2013 9:15 pm I am the mother of two of the boys,If you do not know what the whole story is keep your comments to yourself. The man fell on Harrison and was almost hit by car the boys went to offer him some help to avoid another tragedy. The man got mad and went after them with the knife. Let me reassure all you perfect parents that there was punishment for my boys for not being at home on time.
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Big Brother Big Sister of Butte Silver Bow

Customs and Border Protection (CPB), the administration is seeking to ban the import of any pocket knife that partially opens with a flick of the wrist. The government is able to reach into the pockets of Americas millions of pocket knife users to limit the type of knife they can own, thanks to a novel and expansive interpretation of the 1958 Switchblade Knife Act. This half-century old law prohibited the importation into the U.S.of, or the interstate commerce in, automatic switchblade and stiletto knives. As recently as last August, the CPB interpreted the law with a common sense view, in approving requests by knife companies to import and market new products. Lawful, modern-day pocket knives do not have prohibited, spring-released blades, but many are able to be opened by one hand with a flick of the wrist; and for this reason are very popular, especially with hunters, campers, and handymen. Now, the new administration is moving to revoke permission it gave earlier to importers of these popular knives; deciding they are dangerous switchblades after all. This is assinine. If the Obama Administration has its way, such pocket knives will no longer be lawfully imported into the country, and could not be sold or transported in interstate commerce; thus effectively outlawing their sale or shipment.
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Pocket knife stops bullet from striking Fresno County deputy

Pocket knife stops bullet from striking Fresno County deputy

— A Fresno County deputy was hit by a bullet but survived in part thanks to a knife tucked in his pocket. Deputy John Capriola and his partner never thought when they went to a call about shots being fired they would be at the very center of danger. On Sunday evening, the pair were in a Squaw Valley neighborhood trying to find several people shooting in the area. Soon after they got out of their patrol car the noises got much louder and way more intense. “I could hear it coming right towards me,” said Capriola. “It sounded like a laser and it hit me in the right leg and knocked me off my feet.” Related Content More: ABC30 apps | News | Weather | Alarm Clock Within seconds the two deputies trench crawled to find cover.
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What a pocket knife could do on a plane

A pocket knife is the last thing I’d reach for in a fight. You’re better off with the food tray. With the knife you’ll be focussed as much on not hurting yourself as controlling the other person..
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