Now Legal in Texas
DefenseDevices.com com carries a variety of brass knuckles. While their design makes them agelessly functional, they're also a great complement to any collection. With roots in early Roman history, when gladiators used leather to wrap metal studs, iron plates and even spikes over their knuckles, brass knuckles represent an interesting glimpse into the evolution of self-defense devices. Museums are full of brass knuckles dating back to the Civil War era in America; they've been an old standby for hand-to-hand combat for centuries.
Please note that brass knuckles are illegal in some jurisdictions, and we cannot sell them to residents of:
- New York
- Rhode Island
We can only ship brass knuckles to the billing address of the paying credit card. We cannot accept gift cards as payment for them due to legal restrictions on their sale.
"Great News Story: Texas legalized carrying self-defense items such as brass knuckles and clubs in a new bill just passed. Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed off House Bill 446 over the weekend, paving the way for it to come into effect from September 1. The bill, tabled by Rep. Joe Moody (D-El Paso) makes it legal to carry brass knuckles, so-called "Wild Kat" keychains and other self-defense items in public. - Newsweek