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Most brass knuckles are legal on the federal level, but many states and counties within the United States regulate or ban the manufacture, sale or possession of brass knuckles, reports The Law Dictionary. Internationally... More »

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Brass knuckles are legal in many states, but they are illegal in California, Michigan, Illinois and Vermont. South Carolina only bans brass knuckles if they are used with the intent to commit crimes. Other states only ba... More »

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Brass Knuckles Company provides a wide variety of brass knuckles in various types and brands. Brass Knuckles Company markets them as a weapon rather than a fashion accessory. They can be purchased as weapons for self-def... More »

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Brass knuckles are legal in many states, but they are illegal in California, Michigan, Illinois and Vermont. South Carolina only bans brass knuckles if they are used with the intent to commit crimes. Other states only ba... More »

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Potato guns are not federally regulated in the United States, and laws vary widely in states and counties, according to Wikipedia. The guns are illegal to own by anyone under age 16 in New York. More »

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Used-firearms sales aren't regulated at the federal level if neither party is a federally-licensed firearms dealer, according to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). The seller of the firearm sh... More »

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As of September 2014, the sale of replica guns to the general public in the United Kingdom has been banned by the Violent Crime Reduction Act 2006 or VCRA which came into force on October 1, 2007. The importation and sal... More »

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