The Second Amendment Protects Knives as Long as They’re Not Made For Cooking | Smart News | Smithsonian

Last week, a divided Washington Supreme Court ruled 5-4 that carrying a paring knife is not a protected right under the Second Amendment. In the court’s majority opinion, Justice Charles Wiggins wrote that a pairing knife “is a utility tool, not a weapon” and so does not qualify as a constitutionally protected weapon.

Source: The Second Amendment Protects Knives as Long as They’re Not Made For Cooking | Smart News | Smithsonian