En garde, cowboy! Texas will be allowed to “open carry” with swords as of Friday, when a new law permitting residents to brandish blades longer than 5.5 inches comes into effect. In addition to swords, adults in the Lone Star State will be allowed to carry spears, Bowie knifes, daggers, throwing knives and machetes in...
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