Brass Knuckle Laws

Brass knuckles are a type of weapon designed to be worn on the hand for use in hand-to-hand combat. They are typically made of brass or other metals and consist of a grip and several finger holes that are fitted with metal plates or spikes. Brass knuckles have been used as weapons for centuries and were particularly popular in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Today, the possession and use of brass knuckles is regulated by law in many states in the United States. While the specific laws vary from state to state, brass knuckles are generally considered to be illegal weapons and their possession can result in criminal charges.

Brass Knuckle Laws

In some states, like California and Illinois, possession of brass knuckles is illegal under any circumstances. In others, such as Ohio and North Carolina, possession of brass knuckles is illegal only if they are intended to be used as a weapon. In still others, like Texas and Nevada, brass knuckles are illegal only if they are used to commit a crime.

Penalties for possession of brass knuckles can also vary depending on the state and the circumstances. In some states, possession of brass knuckles is a misdemeanor offense that can result in fines and up to a year in jail. In others, it is a felony offense that can result in several years in prison.

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It’s important to note that even in states where brass knuckles are legal to possess, they can still be considered a deadly weapon in the eyes of the law. This means that if you use brass knuckles to commit a crime, you could face additional charges and penalties.

If you are interested in owning brass knuckles or are unsure about the laws in your state, it’s important to do your research and consult with a legal professional. Ignorance of the law is not a defense, and possession of illegal weapons can have serious consequences.

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Brass Kunckles Laws Map

Brass knuckle Laws in Alabama

Alabama Legal with restrictions

Alabama – Legal with Permit

Brass knuckle Laws in Alaska

alaska

Alaska – Illegal

Brass knuckle Laws in Arizona

arizona

Arizona – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in Arkansas

arkansas

Arkansas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Arkansas Code § 5-73-121.

Brass knuckle Laws in California

california

California – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Penal Code 21810.

Brass knuckle Laws in Colorado

colorado

Colorado – Illegal to possess or use with the intent to use as a weapon under Colorado Revised Statutes § 18-12-102.

Brass knuckle Laws in Connecticut

connecticut

Connecticut – Legal with Permit

Brass knuckle Laws in Delaware

delaware

Delaware – Legal with Permit

Brass knuckle Laws in Florida

Florida: Legal Florida Statutes

Florida – Legal with Permit

Brass knuckle Laws in Georgia

georgia

Georgia – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in Hawaii

hawaii

Hawaii – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in Idaho

idaho

Idaho – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in Illinois

illinois

Illinois – Illegal to possess under Illinois Compiled Statutes 720 ILCS 5/24-1(a)(8).

Brass knuckle Laws in Indiana

indiana

Indiana – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in Iowa

iowa

Iowa – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Iowa Code § 724.4.

Brass knuckle Laws in Kansas

Legal – Kansas Statutes

Kansas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Kansas Statutes § 21-4001.

Brass knuckle Laws in Kentucky

Kentucky Revised Statutes

Kentucky – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Louisiana

louisiana

Louisiana – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Maine

maine

Maine – Illegal.

Brass knuckle Laws in Maryland

Maryland Criminal Law Code

Maryland – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Massachusetts

Massachusetts General Laws, Part I

Massachusetts – Illegal to possess or sell under Massachusetts General Laws ch. 269 § 10(b).

Brass knuckle Laws in Michigan

michigan.

Michigan – Illegal to possess or sell under Michigan Compiled Laws 750.224a.

Brass knuckle Laws in Minnesota

minnesota

Minnesota – Illegal to possess or sell under Minnesota Statutes § 609.222.

Brass knuckle Laws in Mississippi

mississippi

Mississippi – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Missouri

missouri

Missouri – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Missouri Revised Statutes § 571.020.

Brass knuckle Laws in Montana

montana

Montana – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in Nebraska

nebraska

Nebraska – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Nevada

nevada

Nevada – Illegal.

Brass knuckle Laws in New Hampshire

new hampshire

New Hampshire – Illegal.

Brass knuckle Laws in New Jersey

new jersey

New Jersey – Illegal.

Brass knuckle Laws in New Mexico

new mexico

New Mexico – Legal with Permit

Brass knuckle Laws in New York

new york

New York – Illegal to possess under New York Penal Law § 265.01(1).

Brass knuckle Laws in North Carolina

north carolina

North Carolina – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in North Dakota

north dakota

North Dakota – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Ohio

ohio

Ohio – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Oklahoma

oklahoma

Oklahoma – Illegal.

Brass knuckle Laws in Oregon

oregon

Oregon – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Pennsylvania

pennsylvania

Pennsylvania – Illegal.

Brass knuckle Laws in Rhode Island

rhode island

Rhode Island – Illegal to possess or sell under Rhode Island General Laws § 11-47-42.

Brass knuckle Laws in South Carolina

south-carolina

South Carolina – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in South Dakota

south-dakota

South Dakota – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in Tennessee

tennessee

Tennessee – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Tennessee Code § 39-17-1304.

Brass knuckle Laws in Texas

texas

Texas – Legal to possess under House Bill 446, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in Utah

utah

Utah – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Brass knuckle Laws in vermont

vermont

Vermont – Illegal.

Brass knuckle Laws in virginia

virginia

Virginia – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Washington

washington

Washington – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Revised Code of Washington § 9.41.250.

Brass knuckle Laws in West Virginia

west virginia

West Virginia – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in Wisconsin

wisconsin

Wisconsin – Legal with Permit.

Brass knuckle Laws in wyoming

wyoming

Wyoming – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

references

    1. Alabama – Illegal to possess or sell under Code of Alabama § 13A-11-20. (codes.findlaw.com/al/title-13a-criminal-code/al-code-sect-13a-11-20.html)

    2. Alaska – Legal to possess and carry openly, but illegal to carry concealed. (legis.state.ak.us/cgi-bin/folioisa.dll/aac/query=%5Bjump!3A!27AS+11.61.200%27%5D/doc/%7Bt9318%7D/PageIndex+%5B0%5D)

    3. Arizona – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (azleg.gov/viewdocument/?docName=http://www.azleg.gov/ars/13/03102.htm)

    4. Arkansas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Arkansas Code § 5-73-121. (advance.lexis.com/documentpage/?pdmfid=1000516&crid=8ae7b73f-66f7-43aa-bd94-c31cf1f9292d&nodeid=AQIBAAJ&nodepath=%2FROOT%2FAQI%2FAQIBAAJ%2FAD6%2FA6D%2FA75%2FAD5%2FA5R%2FA52&level=4&haschildren=&populated=false&title=%C2%A7+5-73-121.+Possession+of+knuckles%3B+penalties.&config=00JAA1NTM0M2U5OS04YjRmLTRiNTQtYjg0Yy05ZmI3ZjQ2NDQ0MDgKAFBvZENhdGFsb2dOYW1lICYgU3RhdHVzSW5mbwEBXkNvbnRlbnQFAANBLVNvdXRoZXJzBQAAAQ%3D%3D#)

    5. California – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Penal Code 21810. (leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=PEN&sectionNum=21810.)

    6. Colorado – Illegal to possess or use with the intent to use as a weapon under Colorado Revised Statutes § 18-12-102. (advance.lexis.com/documentpage/?pdmfid=1000516&crid=6cb72c6f-14f3-4066-8cb6-31a6a7d9ff32&nodeid=AQYAAAEgAAAFAAAQ&nodepath=%2FROOT%2FAQYAAAEgAAAFAAAF%2FAB%2FAB8%2FAB87%2FAB877&level=4&haschildren=&populated=false&title=18-12-102.+Possession+of+defaced+firearms%3B+unlawful+weapons+-+offenses+-+penalties&config=00JAA1MTAyNzg2Mi1lMzk3LTRiMjgtYTlhMy02Mzg1YjM0YzFkODUKAFBvZENhdGFsb2dOYW1lICYgU3RhdHVzSW5mbwEBXkNv

    7. Connecticut – Illegal to possess, sell or carry under Connecticut General Statutes § 53-206. (advance.lexis.com/documentpage/?pdmfid=1000516&crid=33c6840e-9dc2-46aa-9cf2-13653c89b22e&nodeid=ADEAAAEgAAAFAAAB&nodepath=%2FROOT%2FADEAAAEgAAAFAAA%2FADc%2FAD7%2FAD79%2FAD793&level=4&haschildren=&populated=false&title=Sec.+53-206.+Weapons+in+vehicles.+Possession+of+weapons+in+vehicles.+Penalty&config=00JAA1MzkwNjkwNy03NGY4LTQ4OTYtYmIyYy0yYjgyZmM4ZjA1ZTAKAFBvZENhdGFsb2dOYW1lICYgU3RhdHVzSW5mbwEBXkNvbnRlbnQFAANBLVByb2dyYW1taW5nU2V0dGluZ3MBAAA%3D#)

    8. Delaware – Illegal to possess, sell, or carry under Delaware Code § 222. (delcode.delaware.gov/title11/c005/sc01/index.shtml#222)

    9. Florida – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

    10. Georgia – Illegal to possess, sell or carry under Georgia Code § 16-11-126. (advance.lexis.com/documentpage/?pdmfid=1000516&crid=2f6cfa54-1b07-4522-a8b9-844e3fb3c168&nodeid=AQgAAAEgAAAFAAAR&nodepath=%2FROOT%2FAQgAAAEgAAAFAAAF%2FACM%2FAC38%2FAC387%2FAC3871&level=4&haschildren=&populated=false&title=16-11-126.+Possession+of+firearms+by+convicted+felons,+first+offenders,+and+juvenile+delinquents&config=00JAA1NTM0M2U5OS04YjRmLTRiNTQtYjg0Yy05ZmI3ZjQ2NDQ0MDgKAFBvZENhdGFsb2dOYW1lICYgU3RhdHVzSW5mbwEBXkNvbnRlbnQFAANBLVNvdXRoZXJzBQAAAQ%3D%3D#)

    11. Hawaii – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Hawaii Revised Statutes § 134-51. (capitol.hawaii.gov/hrscurrent/Vol03_Ch0121-0200D/HRS0134/HRS_0134-0051.htm)

    12. Idaho – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (legislature.idaho.gov/statutesrules/idstat/title18/t18ch33/sect18-3302/)

    13. Illinois – Illegal to possess under Illinois Compiled Statutes 720 ILCS 5/24-1(a)(8). (ilga.gov/legislation/ilcs/documents/072000050K24-1.htm)

    14. Indiana – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (in.gov/legislative/ic/code/title35/ar47/ch5.html)

    15. Iowa – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Iowa Code § 724.4. (legis.iowa.gov/docs/code/724.4.pdf)

    16. Kansas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Kansas Statutes § 21-4001. (kslegislature.org/li_2018/b2017_18/statute/021_000_0000_chapter/021_040_0000_article/021_040_0001_section/021_040_0001_k/)

    17. Kentucky – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Kentucky Revised Statutes § 527.020. (apps.legislature.ky.gov/law/statutes/statute.aspx?id=18521)

    18. Louisiana – Illegal to possess or sell under Louisiana Revised Statutes § 14:95.2. (legis.la.gov/Legis/Law.aspx?d=78355)

    19. Maine – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (legislature.maine.gov/statutes/17-A/title17-Asec1055.html)

    20. Maryland – Illegal to possess or sell under Maryland Code § 4-101(a)(6). (advance.lexis.com/documentpage/?pdmfid=1000516&crid=bf821f38-4b01-48a8-8532-9e9ef0dd29e6&nodeid=AAQAAAJ4AAAC&nodepath=%2FROOT%2FAAQAAAJ4AAAC%2FAAF%2FAAF6%2FAAF61%2FAAF612&level=4&haschildren=&populated=false&title=Sec.+4-101.+Regulated+firearms.&config=00JAA1MzkwNjkwNy03NGY4LTQ4OTYtYmIyYy0yYjgyZmM4ZjA1ZTAKAFBvZENhdGFsb2dOYW1lICYgU3RhdHVzSW5mbwEBXkNvbnRlbnQFAANBLVNvdXRoZXJzBQAAAQ%3D%3D#)

    21. Massachusetts – Illegal to possess or sell under Massachusetts General Laws ch. 269 § 10(b). (malegislature.gov/Laws/GeneralLaws/PartIV/TitleI/Chapter269/Section10)

    22. Michigan – Illegal to possess or sell under Michigan Compiled Laws 750.224a. (legislature.mi.gov/(S(rrx4pc4yjb4bu2h5n1jcp45b))/mileg.aspx?page=getObject&objectName=mcl-750-224a)

    23. Minnesota – Illegal to possess or sell under Minnesota Statutes § 609.222. (revisor.mn.gov/statutes/cite/609.222)

    24. Mississippi – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (mscode.com/free/statutes/97/037/

    25. Missouri – Illegal to possess or sell under Missouri Revised Statutes § 571.020. (revisor.mo.gov/main/OneSection.aspx?section=571.020)

    26. Montana – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (leg.mt.gov/bills/mca/title_0450/chapter_0080/part_0010/section_0030/0450-0080-0010-0030.html)

    27. Nebraska – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Nebraska Revised Statutes § 28-1202. (nebraskalegislature.gov/laws/statutes.php?statute=28-1202)

    28. Nevada – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (leg.state.nv.us/NRS/NRS-202.html#NRS202Sec350)

    29. New Hampshire – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (gencourt.state.nh.us/rsa/html/NHTOC/NHTOC-LXII-624.htm)

    30. New Jersey – Illegal to possess or sell under New Jersey Statutes § 2C:39-3. (codes.findlaw.com/nj/title-2c-the-new-jersey-code-of-criminal-justice/nj-st-sect-2c-39-3.html)

    31. New Mexico – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under New Mexico Statutes § 30-7-13. (nmlegis.gov/Sessions/19%20Regular/final/HB0196.pdf)

    32. New York – Illegal to possess or sell under New York Penal Law § 265.01. (nysenate.gov/legislation/laws/PEN/265.01)

    33. North Carolina – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under North Carolina General Statutes § 14-269. (ncleg.net/EnactedLegislation/Statutes/HTML/BySection/Chapter_14/GS_14-269.html)

    34. North Dakota – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (legis.nd.gov/cencode/t62-1.html#p9040_1)

    35. Ohio – Illegal to possess or sell under Ohio Revised Code § 2923.11. (codes.ohio.gov/ohio-revised-code/section-2923.11)

    36. Oklahoma – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (oklegislature.gov/osStatuesTitle.aspx)

    37. Oregon – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (oregonlaws.org/ors/166.240)

    38. Pennsylvania – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes § 908. (legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/LI/consCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&ttl=18&div=0&chpt=9&sctn=8&subsctn=0)

    39. Rhode Island – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Rhode Island General Laws § 11-47-42. (webserver.rilin.state.ri.us/Statutes/TITLE11/11-47/11-47-42.HTM)

    40. South Carolina – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under South Carolina Code § 16-23-460. (scstatehouse.gov/code/t16c023.php)

    41. South Dakota – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under South Dakota Codified Laws § 22-14-15. (sdlegislature.gov/Statutes/Codified_Laws/DisplayStatute.aspx?Type=Statute&Statute=22-14-15)

    42. Tennessee – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Tennessee Code § 39-17-1303. (advance.lexis.com/documentpage/?pdmfid=1000516&crid=9b7f3bc1-2a11-4d3f-af4f-4c871f4807a4&nodeid=AAkAAAH4AAAD&nodepath=%2FROOT%2FAAkAAAH4AAAD%2FAAkAAAH9AAAD%2FAAkAAAHbAAED%2FAAkAAAHbAAED%2FAAkAAAHbAAKD&level=4&haschildren=&populated=false&title=Title+39%2C+Chapter+17%2C+Part+13%2C+Tennessee+Code+Annotated.&config=00JAA1NTM0M2U5OS04YjRmLTRiNTQtYjg0Yy05ZmI3ZjQ2NDQ0MDgKAFBvZENhdGFsb2dOYW1lICYgU3RhdHVzSW5mbwEBXkNvbnRlbnQFAANBLVNvdXRoZXJzBQAAAQ%3D%3D#

    43. Texas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Texas Penal Code § 46.05. (statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/PE/htm/PE.46.htm)

    44. Utah – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (le.utah.gov/xcode/Title76/Chapter10/76-10-S501.html?v=C76-10-S501_1800010118000101)

    45. Vermont – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (legislature.vermont.gov/statutes/

    46. Virginia – Illegal to possess or sell under Virginia Code § 18.2-311. (law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title18.2/chapter7/section18.2-311/)

    47. Washington – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (app.leg.wa.gov/RCW/default.aspx?cite=9.41.250)

    48. West Virginia – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under West Virginia Code § 61-7-13. (wvlegislature.gov/wvcode/code.cfm?chap=61&art=7&sect=13#07)

    49. Wisconsin – Illegal to possess or sell under Wisconsin Statutes § 941.24. (docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/941/24)

    50. Wyoming – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. (wyoleg.gov/Statutes/Title6/Chapter8/Article1/6-8-101.aspx)

Please note that BRASS KNUCKLE laws may be subject to change, and it is important to familiarize oneself with the laws in their area.


Brass Knuckle FAQ

Are brass knuckles illegal in Indiana?

Indiana – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles legal in Minnesota?

Minnesota – Illegal to possess or sell under Minnesota Statutes § 609.222.

Are brass knuckles illegal in New Mexico?

New Mexico – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles legal in Montana?

Montana – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime. 

Are brass knuckles legal in Kansas?

Kansas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Kansas Statutes § 21-4001. 

Are brass knuckles legal in Indiana.

Indiana – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles illegal in Missouri?

Missouri – Illegal to possess or sell under Missouri Revised Statutes § 571.020.

Are brass knuckles illegal in Florida?

Florida – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles legal in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin – Illegal to possess or sell under Wisconsin Statutes § 941.24.

Are brass knuckles illegal in Ohio?

Ohio – Illegal to possess or sell under Ohio Revised Code § 2923.11

Are brass knuckles legal in Florida?

Florida – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles legal in Utah?

Utah – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles legal in Texas?

Texas – Legal to possess under House Bill 446, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles illegal in Kansas?

Kansas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Kansas Statutes § 21-4001.

Are brass knuckles illegal in Nebraska?

Nebraska – Illegal to possess or sell under Nebraska Revised Statutes § 28-1202.

Are brass knuckles legal in New York?

New York – Illegal to possess under New York Penal Law § 265.01(1).

Are brass knuckles legal in Arizona?

Arizona – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles illegal in CA?

Yes: California – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Penal Code 21810.

Are brass knuckles illegal in Arkansas?

Yes: Arkansas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Arkansas Code § 5-73-121.

Are brass knuckles illegal in in mn?

Yes: Minnesota – Illegal to possess or sell under Minnesota Statutes § 609.222.

Are brass knuckles illegal in North Carolina?

Yes: North Carolina – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under North Carolina General Statutes § 14-269.

Are brass knuckles legal in Tennessee?

No: Tennessee – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Tennessee Code § 39-17-1304.

Are brass knuckles illegal in Idaho?

No: Idaho – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles legal in Arkansas:

No: Arkansas – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Arkansas Code § 5-73-121.

Are brass knuckles legal in California?

No: California – Illegal to possess, manufacture or sell under Penal Code 21810.

Can you buy brass knuckles in Texas?

Yes: Texas – Legal to possess under House Bill 446, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles illegal in NH?

No: New Hampshire – Legal to possess and carry, but illegal to use them in the commission of a crime.

Are brass knuckles legal in Maryland?

No: Maryland – Illegal to possess or sell under Maryland Code § 4-101(a)(6).

Are brass knuckles illegal in New Jersey?

Yes: New Jersey – Illegal to possess under New Jersey Statutes Annotated 2C:39-3(f).

Are brass knuckles illegal?

Brass knuckles, also known as knuckle dusters, are typically considered illegal weapons in many jurisdictions.

Laws regarding brass knuckles vary from place to place, so it’s essential to check the specific regulations in your area.

To know the precise legal status of brass knuckles in your area, it’s advisable to consult your local laws or consult with legal authorities. Always prioritize safety and comply with the laws in your jurisdiction when it comes to self-defense tools and weapons.

Why are brass knuckles illegal?

Brass knuckles are often illegal because they are considered dangerous weapons in many jurisdictions due to their potential for harm and misuse.

Where to buy brass knuckles?

You can purchase brass knuckles from various sources, including online retailers like Self Defense Mall (https://selfdefensemall.com/). However, it’s essential to be aware of the legal regulations regarding the sale and possession of brass knuckles in your jurisdiction before making a purchase to ensure you are in compliance with the law.