Are nunchucks legal in Colorado?
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Thereof, are ninja stars illegal in Colorado?
Nunchucks are not illegal weapons on their own under 18-12-106 C.R.S. But it is a crime in Colorado to do either of the following with nunchucks: knowingly aiming, swinging, or throwing a nunchuck; or. knowingly possessing a nunchuck in a public place.
Subsequently, question is, are ninja stars illegal? It is illegal to carry a throwing star, which is considered an illegal knife, but there is no law against selling them. The weapons - known as shurikens, pinwheels and kung fu, Ninja, Chinese or Japanese throwing stars - cost from $1 to $4.50. They are lethal weapons.
In this regard, do police use nunchucks?
But nunchucks, (sometimes referred to as nunchaku), were once used by as many as 200 police departments nationwide in the 1980s and 1990s to "more compassionately" and "more safely" control suspects, limiting injuries to both officers and those apprehended, according to Johnson and experts.
Is pepper spray legal in Colorado?
Colorado does not have any state-specific laws that restrict purchasing, carrying or using pepper spray as a self defense tool. All products available on our website are legal in Colorado. In Colorado, pepper spray is considered a self-defense “tool,” and not a weapon (as opposed to a knife or gun).