Maine becomes the eighth state to repeal its antiquated switchblade ban. Maine Gov. LePage has signed into law LD 264, "An Act To Restore the Right To Possess Certain Knives That Are Used by Many Citizens as Tools."
The knife law update includes the defeat of a proposed state ban on ivory and a rundown of knife laws at the state and federal levels.
Help protect your right to sell your legal ivory and mammoth ivory via legislative means at both the state and federal levels.
The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) sent an email blast detailing three ways knife enthusiasts can support good, solid, pro-knife law changes.
Doug Ritter of KnifeRights.org shared information about articles New York Village Voice reporter Jon Campbell wrote condemning the persecution of knife owners in New York City.
The American Knife and Tool Institute launched a revised website, www.AKTI.org, with accurate information about the laws that impact knife businesses and owners in every state.
Knife Rights, Inc. declared July 1, 2014, “Knife Freedom Day” in Tennessee. The repeal of the ban on automatics or switchblades, as well as the repeal of the ban on the carry of knives with blades over 4 inches in length “with intent to go armed,” a vague law subject to abusive interpretation, went into effect...