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a vote of 47-0, the Indiana Senate passed Senate Bill SB181, a Knife Rights-requested bill that would repeal Indiana's outdated and unreasonable ban on the possession and sale of automatic knives.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Indiana State Senator Jim Tomes has forwarded Senate Bill SB181, a pro-knife bill that would repeal Indiana's outdated ban on the sale and possession of switchblades and automatic knives.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."
In a serious blow to the attempts by New York City and NYC District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. to derail Knife Rights’ federal civil rights lawsuit against them, U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones on September 10 denied their motions for judgment on the pleadings and to dismiss the case. The ruling...
Federal Magistrate Judge Ronald Ellis has granted Knife Rights’ motion to amend its federal civil rights lawsuit against New York City and District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr., adding as plaintiffs New York knife retailer Native Leather and Knife Rights Foundation. Native Leather was one of the retailers originally targeted by Vance on charges of...