Lee’s Sword Is Returning to Appomattox

The sword Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee wore when he surrendered to Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant is returning to a new museum about a mile of where the surrender occurred in Appomattox, Virginia,...

Louisiana Bill Would Provide Clear Definition of Switchblades

Officials of the American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) stated they are working to add Louisiana to the growing list of states that have changed statutes to more clearly define what is NOT an...

Knife Law Preemption Bill Passes House Hearing, Now to Rules Committee

According to Knife Rights, Georgia Knife Preemption Bill SB432 passed out of the House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee yesterday on a 6-2 vote. Your emails and calls make an impact!      Successful passage of...

Deadline Today for Knife Preemption Law for GA, BLADE Show

If you travel through Georgia to the BLADE Show (www.bladeshow.com), the Knife Law Preemption bill that will be voted on by the Georgia House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee TODAY needs your help! Richard...

If You Attend or Value the BLADE Show, ACT NOW!

Folks traveling through Georgia to the BLADE Show (www.bladeshow.com) need to help pass SB432 so they can enjoy such knives as the Zero Tolerance 0777, the Blade Magazine 2011 Overall Knife Of The Year®.   The...

We Need Your Help Again! Knife Law Preemption Goes Before GA Senate

Those traveling to the BLADE Show through Georgia need Knife Law Preemption to be passed to protect them from a patchwork of inconsistent knife laws from one jurisdiction to another in the state. Here,...

Washington State Pro-Knife Bill Passes; Next Stop: Governor’s Office

A bill designed to expand switchblade/automatic manufacture and carry, and to exclude one-hand-opening knives—an example of the latter, the Vulcan from SOG Specialty Knives shown above—from the Washington state definition of switchblade passed the...
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