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TSA Taking More Time to Think About Small Knives, Pool Cues, Hockey Sticks, Golf Clubs, Novelty-Sized Bats

The Transportation Security Administration will delay a policy change that would allow pocket knives on commercial flights.

The TSA had planned to let passengers carry knives with blades up to 2.36 inches, starting on April 25, following a policy change announced by TSA chief John Pistole on March 5.

Source: Travel Weekly. Read full article. (link)

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  • Radioactive||

    "that's not a knife, now that's a knife' holding up huge Bowie...

  • Radioactive||

    with a really sad Australian accent

  • John Galt||

    If this policy change is implemented we'll all need micrometers to be certain that 2.36 inch blade isn't actually 2.361 inches long.