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Case opinion for CA Court of Appeal PEOPLE v. the Legislature has not made it illegal to possess a β€œmonkey fist,” β€œnor is a 'monkey fist' commonly known as a.


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when he was interning at the Ukiah office of California Indian Legal Assistance. tribal headquarters, his large hands working a rope into a monkey's fist.


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Quoting the law: "Under California Penal Code , the list of "generally prohibited weapon" includes: A leaded cane or an instrument or weapon of the kind.


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Carrying a "monkey's fist" is not illegal in and of itself in California, but if you were to tell an LEO that you were carrying it for self-defense, you.


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A slungshot is a maritime tool consisting of a weight, or "shot", affixed to the end of a long cord often by being wound into the center of a knot called a "monkey's fist". Carrying or attempting to use a slungshot is a felony in the states of California, Many jurisdictions' laws against "slingshots" were actually meant to refer to.


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Case opinion for CA Court of Appeal PEOPLE v. the Legislature has not made it illegal to possess a β€œmonkey fist,” β€œnor is a 'monkey fist' commonly known as a.


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A slungshot is a maritime tool consisting of a weight, or "shot", affixed to the end of a long cord often by being wound into the center of a knot called a "monkey's fist". Carrying or attempting to use a slungshot is a felony in the states of California, Many jurisdictions' laws against "slingshots" were actually meant to refer to.


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A slungshot is a maritime tool consisting of a weight, or "shot", affixed to the end of a long cord often by being wound into the center of a knot called a "monkey's fist". Carrying or attempting to use a slungshot is a felony in the states of California, Many jurisdictions' laws against "slingshots" were actually meant to refer to.


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As far as I know, courts have never specifically answered this. And if an innocent person was walking home from the park and he was forced to his tennis racquet in self-defense, I can't imagine any prosecutor on the planet would file charges. CA bans keeping baseball bats as "weapons"!? Don't cite to this chart in court or when you're dealing with police. Brandon, I agree that the laws regarding weapons in California are a little absurd. Whatever reason s I have to own any weapons are mine own and I owe no one an explanation, the Second Amendment is supposed to protect my right to own, and where appropriate, BEAR, any arms of my choosing. About 20 years ago when my Dad was about 65 years old, he was punched in the face at a car dealership while waiting in line inside of his vehicle for the service department to open. Individuals do not, however, need to show any "good cause" to purchase firearms in California. California is a "may issue" state with respect to issuance of licenses to carry concealed weapons. Give me a call if that happens. It's akin to the lack thereof justification to ban AK pattern rifles, the SKS because it fires the same 7. Now my question, is kuba kickz and whip legal here in CA or is it illegal? Possession of kuba kicks should not be illegal in itself, but you could be accused of assault with a deadly weapon PC if you use them to commit a crime. The person who punched him was a young guy who thought he could cut the line and get in front of my Dad. PC simply says that possession of a cane sword is illegal. The 2nd Amendment still applies here, and your right to keep and to bear arms cannot be denied simply because someone thinks you don't "need" them. Therefore, any call to your office would be made from the jail AFTER I got all munched up in the fight which I would lose as you can imagine I am 65 with no criminal history, a CCW holder and I do not drink. Imagine this! Luckily, the judge at the Malibu court house saw what a respectable citizen my Dad was and found that the guy who initially assaulted my Dad was a liar and a punk. You can also legally carry a large knife if the it's worn openly on your belt, etc. It does appear that this weapon could arguably fall under the definition an illegal baton. You'll probably get 5 responses within an hour. While I was shopping for my monthly necessities I have been attacked by some random racist here due to CV19 and me being asian by the way im not chinese , but good thing I know Taekwondo and some kendo to protect myself and I didn't sustain any major injury but only some minor bruises and some swollen in my legs. The host school just announced last night that the seminar will include classes on sai, a pair of traditional defensive weapons, sword-like, each about 15 inches long. Me and my fellow colleagues dont feel safe to go outside anymore and my two boss, who is a man, is now telling us that they will buy our monthly necessities but we can't ask them forever. For the sake of easily understanding how all the laws on this subject work together, I've created my own handy 4-tier classification system. You should post that question on avvo. Especially California Gee! Since I invented this chart, you won't find it in any law book. Jim, check out the article that I recently wrote about the "innocent use" defense. It is actually legal to openly carry a sword in CA, but cane swords are specifically prohibited. That's a great question. I carry two 23" long one inch diameter hardwood sticks in my car. Good luck at your seminar. Glad to hear everything worked out for your dad in the end. Today, I want to talk specifically about knives, striking weapons like clubs and batons , martial arts weapons, and a few other favorites. Unlike other states you can be denied if they don't think you 'need' one. I need a cane due to a knee injury and this seems like a perfect solution Also how would law enforcement react to open carry of a small sword or cutlass? Those are great questions. Thanks for any insight you can provide. Thanks for reading, Gail. We are in a sad state of affairs in CA. I'll reserve firearms for another day because guns probably deserve their own post. RJ, you're half right. That's the point I was trying to make with this post. I could just see mine own home being invaded by the cops under a bogus pretense and a brouhaha being made of not only firearms, but also melee weaponry owned by yours truly. I can't guess whether or not your local DA has the time and energy to take it up, though. So yes, no matter what, you will be arrested if your weapon of defense is illegal in your state! I don't see any legal problem with kuba kickz other than their questionable utility. I'm not licensed to practice law in New Mexico, so I don't want to give you bad advice that might get you into trouble out there. To date, I've not shot, stabbed, bashed, battered, cudgeled, or speared anyone, nor have I ever threatened such. Unfortunately, the trend has gone the opposite direction in California. I was concerned that they might fall within the definition of "illegal baton" or "composite knuckles", but they do not. Stay safe. My Dad got out of the car with his car club telling the guy to back off. I'd be happy to defend the case, though. Rizza, thank you for reading. Hello, I have a question regarding self defense wepon but before that let me tell you the reason why I need to buy a wepon desperately. In two weeks I will be traveling to Albuquerque NM for a karate seminar. This is an over-simplified glance at a few common weapons and the restrictions regarding their possession and use. They have a free forum where you can ask questions to attorneys around the country. You could be arrested just for having them in your own home for self-defense with a few exceptions.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} This is stupid! That means your local sheriff may exercise discretion in deciding whether or not to issue a CCW license to an individual applicant, based on that applicant's "need". I have a photo ID showing that I am advanced practitioner and belong to the international association. But I do drive a Porsche like a madman and I know that pisses the cops off somewhat I would say that most of California's laws should fail on 2A grounds alone, but who's going to argue for a man's "right" to carry a set of nunchucks or a swtichblade on his person? The chart is just a simple way to wrap your head around a complicated and poorly-organized series of laws. Most of the relief has come from the courts, not the legislature. If you are not inclined to update your very useful blog post, I am sure that readers would be interested even in a pointer to relevant information. Of course, that would be hard for the DA to prove since tennis racquets obviously have a perfectly legal use to play tennis. He didn't even touch the guy. I suspect the police would probably issue a citation, seize your cane, and let the courts work it out. When my Dad said some thing to the guy, he approached my Dads car and gave him a black eye. And what are the rules in other states, such as New Mexico, for possession and transport of such weapons? What is worse is that owning a gun isn't even really a right in California. They come to a point but are not sharp. Sounds like a stressful, expensive, frustrating, unnecessary experience. I would be very interested in an expansion of this post to address air travel to other states. Thanks for reading. If a sword in embedded in a cane, but the blade is plainly visible, does that count as a "cane sword"? I am a black belt in karate living in California. It doesn't say anything about "the blade being concealed", or "plainly visible", etc. That makes me think that the law was obviously intended to prohibit concealed swords. The Fast Strike Whip is a little trickier, though. What if that's all you have and you had no intention of using it as a weapon!? Nobody will know what you're talking about if you argue that your folding knife is a "Class-4 pocket knife" and not a "Class-2 switchblade". He never struck the guy but the police were called and my Dad was arrested for assault with a deadly weapon. An arrest unless I am the perpetrator of some other crime would be illegal and I would not voluntarily submit to arrest. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Hi, I enjoyed your blog post on illegal weapons in California. And even so, how are we supposed to defend ourselves then!? All of the case law I can find involves situations where the defendant argues that he did not know there was a blade inside his cane. Don't get me wrong, I do like guns and would like to own one, but the fact that it's okay to have a loaded firearm next to you but not a baseball bat is absurd. It would really depend on the discretion of your local police and DA. I wonder if efforts have been made to change these laws, and introduce sane ones. Statutory laws against weapons get less and less rational every year. Okay I have to ask, If I were to fashion a sword cane with clear acrylic so that the blade is clearly visible through the structure of the cane, would that be legal in California?