Kauffman Knives and Optics, strives to maintain an up to date site that accurately reflects product availability, information, and prices.  However sometimes do to limited availability, technical issues, and ever changing environment, and user error this information can be incorrect.  In those instances Kauffman Knives and Optics, LLC will do its best to rectify the situation as reasonably as possible.  In some situations we may have to cancel orders as well.

Be sure to be compliant with laws in your area that includes knife laws:

Some of the products we carry and ship may be prohibited in your local state, region or area.  It is up to you the end consumer to comply with your local laws.

Here is the list of states that allow automatic or switchblade knives to some extent - we can only ship these types of knives to these states if also meeting additional stipulations if any.  These laws are always changing and may be different in your area.  It is up to you the end-consumer/purchaser to be in compliance with local, state, and federal laws.

  1. Alabama
  2. Alaska
  3. Arizona
  4. Arkansas
  5. California (maximum 2″ blade length limitation)
  6. Colorado (effective approximately Aug. 9, 2017; concealed carry maximum length 3-1/2″)
  7. Connecticut (maximum 1-1/2″ blade length limitation)
  8. Florida
  9. Georgia
  10. Idaho
  11. Illinois (effective Aug. 11, 2017 with valid Firearms Owner’s Identification Card FOID)
  12. Indiana
  13. Iowa
  14. Kansas (since 2013)
  15. Kentucky (only with weapons license)
  16. Louisiana (effective August 1, 2018)
  17. Maine (effective October 15, 2015)
  18. Massachusetts (maximum 1-1/2″ blade length limitation)
  19. Michigan (effective October 10, 2017 – out-the-front, double edged automatics still prohibited)
  20. Mississippi
  21. Missouri (since 2012)
  22. Montana (maximum 1-1/2″ blade length limitation)
  23. Nebraska
  24. Nevada (effective July 1, 2015 – 2″ blade length limitation removed)
  25. New Hampshire (since 2010)
  26. North Carolina  (concealed carry not recommended)
  27. North Dakota (maximum 5″ blade length limitation)
  28. Oklahoma (effective November 1, 2015)
  29. Oregon
  30. Rhode Island
  31. South Carolina
  32. South Dakota
  33. Tennessee
  34. Texas
  35. Utah
  36. Vermont (maximum 3″ blade length limitation)
  37. Washington (manufacture allowed, limited possession to law enforcement and emergency personnel)
  38. West Virginia (only with weapons license)
  39. Wisconsin (effective February, 2016)
  40. Wyoming