Misty Thomas holds a legal everyday carry folding knife (top) and one of the store's larger Bowie knives (bottom). The staff at House of Blades in west Fort Worth, show some of the currently-legal knives, as well as some larger items that will be legal in Texas as of September 1.
Misty Thomas holds a legal everyday carry folding knife (top) and one of the store's larger Bowie knives (bottom). The staff at House of Blades in west Fort Worth, show some of the currently-legal knives, as well as some larger items that will be legal in Texas as of September 1. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com
Misty Thomas holds a legal everyday carry folding knife (top) and one of the store's larger Bowie knives (bottom). The staff at House of Blades in west Fort Worth, show some of the currently-legal knives, as well as some larger items that will be legal in Texas as of September 1. Paul Moseley pmoseley@star-telegram.com

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