Are Swiss army knives allowed in check in luggage?

Answer As of April 2010, blades and sharp tools, such as Swiss army knives, are allowed in check-in luggage but not carry-on luggage. Check with your airline and the TSA's list of prohibited items, howeve... Read More »

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Are Swiss Army knives legal?

The laws governing knives vary from state to state, and often city to city. However, in most communities it is legal to carry a Swiss Army knife, which is in the category of a penknife. A penknife ... Read More »

Are Swiss Army knives illegal?

Swiss Army knives can be legally carried as long as the blade is less than 3 inches long. Although knife laws vary from state to state and country to country, the general standard is that all blade... Read More »

Who makes Swiss Army knives?

Victorinox makes Swiss Army knives. The original Swiss Army knife was created in Ibach, Switzerland in 1897. Each day, more than 34,000 of the knives leave the Victorinox factory in central Switzer... Read More »

Should Swiss Cheese not made in Switzerland be allowed to be called Swiss Cheese?

Tecnically there is no "swiss cheese"......its called ementhaler. swiss chese is just an international name. if you go to switzerland and ask for swiss cheese, they will look at you like you are an... Read More »