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Kubaton Laws

 

In the United States the Kubaton is legal in most jurisdictions. Hey, it is a keychain! You use it to carry all of your keys!

 

The tricky part can come in when you have to use it. Questions will be asked such as

1/ "Did this person carry this self defense weapon WITH THE PURPOSE of inflicting serious bodily harm?"

2/ "Did this person carry this self defense weapon and use it with excessive force?"

 

If you go out LOOKING for a fight and attack someone with your Kubaton, without serious threat to your life, you SHOULD be found guilty of assault.

If you use your Kubaton to defend yourself and after the attacker is on the ground and is no longer a threat to you, you continue to beat him, you SHOULD be found guilty of aggravated assault!

Questions such as these will be asked AFTER you have stopped an attacker, unless you went on the offensive and you were the attacker!

There is an old saying in law enforcement, "I would rather be judged by a jury of 12 than carried by 6 fellow officers."

 

Just to be on the safe side, you might want to check your local laws.

 

Carry a Kubaton on an airplane? NO! Here are the FAA regulations concerning Kubatons.

FAA Regulations Concerning Traveling With a Stun Gun

 

Martial Arts & Self Defense Items

Item Carry-on Checked
Billy Clubs No Yes
Black Jacks No Yes
Brass Knuckles No Yes
Kubatons No Yes
Mace/Pepper Spray - One 118 ml or 4 Fl. oz. container of mace or pepper spray is permitted in checked baggage provided it is equipped with a safety mechanism to prevent accidental discharge. For more information visit www.faa.gov., click on Passengers, then Preparing to Fly. No Yes
Martial Arts Weapons No Yes
Night Sticks No Yes
Nunchakus No Yes
Stun Guns/Shocking Devices No Yes
Throwing Stars No Yes
NOTE: Any sharp objects in checked baggage should be sheathed or securely wrapped to prevent injury to baggage handlers and Security Officers.