Can you carry a knife in Malaysia?

Carrying a knife is illegal in Malaysia. You will be arrested and charged under the Corrosive, Explosive and Dangerous Weapons Act 1958 which carries a jail term of up to two years and whipping, upon conviction.

Can you go to jail for carrying a knife?

Is it illegal to carry a knife or blade in NSW? Possessing a knife or blade in a public place is an offence under section 11C of the Summary Offences Act 1988 which carries a maximum penalty of 2 years in prison and/or a fine of $2,200.

Carrying a knife is illegal in Malaysia. You will be arrested and charged under the Corrosive, Explosive and Dangerous Weapons Act 1958 which carries a jail term of up to two years and whipping, upon conviction. Some people do carry short knife for defense purposes and never get caught.

Can I own a crossbow in Malaysia?

The law in Malaysia is kind of funny, there is no license required for crossbows as there is no department issuing the license, so anyone in Malaysia can buy one but can only use for target practice, using crossbow or archery for hunting is consider illegal in Malaysia, weired right?

Is it illegal to have a katana in Malaysia?

However it is illegal to carry them around in public. And you can carry one around if you have proof of doing something professional that requires the weapon you are carrying around. For example, you have to be going to a kendo practise to keep a wood katana or a shinai with you in public.

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Can you carry a baton in Malaysia?

Control batons,knuckle duster,taser,pipe,wood is illegal in Malaysia under errossive,corrosive and dangerous weapons acts.it is only legal if used for “legal purpose” or self defense.

GEORGE TOWN • It is shockingly easy to buy a stun gun in Malaysia, even though it is illegal to own one without a permit. Stun guns are available at night markets and electronics shops in Penang and can be bought for as little as RM40 (S$13).

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