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    Question: is it legal to cary a dagger knive if you are under 18?

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    No - it is illegal to carry a deadly weapon without a permit  (A.R.S. § 13-3101(A)(1)).  See answer to question # 21382.


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    On 10/17/07
    Dan from AZ said:
    A dagger is a deadly weapon in AZ. They are legal to own. I'm not sure who is providing the official "answers" in this section, because they don't seem to know the Arizona Open Carry provisions of the laws. Minors can never carry CONCEALED weapons; you must be 21 to obtain a CCW (carry concealed weapon) permit. BUT, anyone (except convicts & non-citizens) can carry non-firearm weapons openly in a visible belt holster per ARS§13-3102.F "Open Carry" means it's obvious. If covered by your pocket or shirt, it is CONCEALED. Never try to carry where prohibited, like a school.
    On 10/17/07
    Dan from AZ said:
    Yes, a butterfly knife is a deadly weapon in AZ. They are legal to own. I'm not sure who is providing the official "answers" in this section, because they don't seem to know the Arizona Open Carry provisions of the laws. Minors can never carry CONCEALED weapons; you must be 21 to obtain a CCW (carry concealed weapon) permit. BUT, anyone (except convicts & non-citizens) can carry non-firearm weapons openly in a visible belt holster per ARS§13-3102.F "Open Carry" means it's obvious. If covered by your pocket or shirt, it is CONCEALED. Never try to carry where prohibited, like a school.
    On 10/17/07
    Dan from AZ said:
    No law prohibits a minor to carry a deadly weapon other than a firearm as long as it is done openly in accordance with ARS§13-3102.F "carried in a belt holster which holster is wholly or partially visible, or carried in a scabbard or case designed for carrying weapons which scabbard or case is wholly or partially visible..." and done in an area that permits weapons, and the minor is a US citizen. ARS§13-3111 prohibits minors from openly carrying FIREARMS (w/o their parents accompanying them). Note: minors can never carry any type of CONCEALED weapon; you must be 21 to obtain a CCW permit.
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