Assisted Openers vs Switchblades

We say that NJ SAFE Conference is about education, but you might ask "What types of things will I learn?". Last year Evan Nappen, Esq. discussed knife laws in New Jersey, including which knives may be carried and how to tell them apart from knives that might get you in trouble.

Posted by New Jersey Second Amendment & Firearms Education Conference on Thursday, July 27, 2017

Last year in Parsippany, Evan discussed New Jersey Knife Laws including the differences between knives that are defined by the state as “per se weapons” and others which are not.  The significance is that with “per se weapons” the knife owner has the burden of showing that it is possessed for a lawful use, while with other knives the burden is on the state to show that the purpose was not lawful.

Interested in more presentations like this?  Sign up for the next NJ SAFE Conference on September 23rd 2017!

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John is founder of NJ SAFE Conference and is primarily responsible for the production of our events. He grew up shooting and hunting in Minnesota, and moved to New Jersey in 2002 after serving in the US Marines. John is focused on education, holding a Master's degree and pursuing a Ph.D.