SpyderEdgeForever wrote: ↑
Fri May 31, 2019 6:47 pm
With the change in that law against one-hand openers, will it now be safe for visitors to that place to carry a Byrd?
Also, do you consider the point sharp enough that if one used it for fishing, they could get enough point to properly fillet and process fish?
Slightly safer, perhaps, but only very slightly. Open carry of knives is illegal there, so they'll still arrest you if it's clipped to your pocket (or elsewhere) and visible. Cops don't have X-ray vision, even in NYC, so I'm fairly sure that's how a large percentage of those arrested for having a "gravity knife" were carrying. Not to mention that NYC could now decide to pass a city ordinance prohibiting civilians from carrying "flickable" knives, all one hand openers, or even all locking folders within its limits.
I don't own a Byrd Rescue, so I can't help you on the fishing question beyond saying that, while a serrated knife would probably work well for removing fish heads and be ok for gutting, I would not consider using one for scaling or filleting.