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Nebraska - Crimes and Punishments. 28-1201. Terms, defined...
  (4) Knife shall mean any dagger, dirk, knife, or stiletto
  with a blade over 3-1/2 inches in length or any other
  dangerous instrument capable of inflicting cutting,
  stabbing, or tearing wounds...
- 28-1202. (1) ...any person who carries a weapon or weapons
  concealed on or about his person such as a... bowie knife,
  dirk or knife with a dirk blade attachment... or any other
  deadly weapon commits the offense of carrying a concealed
 (2) It shall be an affirmative defense that the defendant
  was engaged in any lawful business, calling, or employment
  at the time he or she was carrying any weapon or weapons
  and the circumstances in which such person was placed at
  the time were such as to justify a prudent person in
  carrying the weapon or weapons for the defense of his or
  her person, property, or family.

 Nebraska Case Law:
- "Whether an object or weapon not specifically enumerated in
  subsection (1) of this section was a deadly weapon is a
  question of fact to be decided by the trier of fact."
- "Section 28-1202(1)... is sufficiently definite to meet the
  requirements of the first and fifth amendments to the U.S.
  Constitution and Art. I, section 3, of the Nebraska