big pimping (age 29)
Bellingham, WA

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Just a heads up. Be careful, brass knuckles are illegal to carry in Washington state; Some items are considered too dangerous to be lawfully carried. These include: slingshots, brass or metal knuckles, switchblades, or firearm silencers. If you are caught in possession of or attempting to sell or manufacture any of these weapons you can be charged with this criminal offense.

Possession of a dangerous weapon is a gross misdemeanor punishable by 90 days to one year in jail and fines reaching as high as $5,000.

Ref: RCW 9.41.250
I appreciate the info but I don't actually carry the brass knuckles. I bought them on impulse but I have no need to carry them. I thought it was interesting the law states brass or metal knuckles are illegal but plastic or wood are legal to carry even though they would do just about the same amount of damage.
What's your method of carry? It's got to be cumbersome?
Usually on my back or in the truck. Damn coyotes always jumping my fence trying to get at my cattle
Love Coyote hunting!