The Transportation Security Administration’s recent ruling allowing small pocketknives and multi-tools on airliners is under fire from all anti-knife sides and needs your help. According to Knife Rights, Massachusetts Rep. Ed Markey (D) and New York Rep. Michael G. Grimm (R) introduced the “No Knives Act” (HR 1093) that would stop the new TSA...
Three states are considering pro-knife laws that need your help, Knife Rights reports. Pending measures in Kansas, Tennessee and Texas have been approved in lower legislative bodies and are moving on for further approval. If you act now, you still have time to help ensure these pro-knife laws will be enacted. The one in...
The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) shared data during its annual SHOT Show meeting regarding the U.S. knife industry and the significant economic impact it has.
By a vote of 47-0, the Indiana Senate passed Senate Bill SB181, a Knife Rights-requested bill that would repeal Indiana's outdated and unreasonable ban on the possession and sale of automatic knives.
The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) presents a series of informative articles appearing on the organization's website, www.akti.org, and presenting various aspects of the knife owner's experience.
Indiana State Senator Jim Tomes has forwarded Senate Bill SB181, a pro-knife bill that would repeal Indiana's outdated ban on the sale and possession of switchblades and automatic knives.
According to Knife Rights, the California Court of Appeals last week reversed a lower court's ruling that a knife that could be "wrist-flicked" open was a "switchblade."