Depends on how long it is. You'll probably have to turn it in (for a $200 fee) unless you shorten it, cut the point off and paint the end of it orange!Robby said:Does that mean I have to license my SHARP STICK? and take lessons to carry it when I hunt??
You definitely would not want to put a sharp flint rock on a small stick, that could be dangerous to you as the user. The caliber of the stick is very important to achieve that armor piercing capablility. I guess you could blacken the stick for assault mode operation, or home defense. If you add the grip you might compromise the capability to use it in the house.cdheller said:Just when I thought it was safe to peek out from under the covers
are sharp flint rocks considered armor piercing?
and would a stick blackened over a fire automatically become an assault stick or would it be a combination of features like tying a sharp rock to it and putting a grip on it ?
I guess hitting a rock with a stick is completely out of the question?
But what, oh king candidate, are you planning to do about the cavemen themselves while they still have rocks and sticks?kingofwylietx said:Yep, once these things are gone, we'll have a real Utopia........