posted on Feb, 5 2009 @ 01:02 PM
reply to post by cluckerspud
You will need to look at your State, County, and City laws. If you really want to know, go see a lawyer or talk to your Police Department, but don't
say anything about carrying a weapon.
Carrying the razor in itself is not a weapon. It is just a razor. It is your intended use of the razor that makes it a weapon or not a weapon.
A rock lying on the ground is just a rock, but if you pick up the rock with the intention of hurting someone with the rock, then it becomes a weapon.
Here in Arizona, we can open carry. Gun in holster and exposed.
Remember for deadly force to be authorized, 3 things must be present.
(In your case Self Defense)
Opportunity, intent, and capability.