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Two Knife Rights Bills Moving in Alaska

Knife Rights Director of Legislative Affairs Todd Rathner earlier this week in support of Senate Bill SB11 which would repeal the antiquated ban on switchblade knives in Alaska…

Tennessee Knife Rights Bill Clears One House Committee

Senate Bill SB1015, a Knife Rights requested bill that would enact Knife Law Preemption, repeal Tennessee’s antiquated ban on automatic knives (switchblades) and repeal the the state’s four-inch knife length limitation…

Texas Capitol Building

Two Texas Pro-Knife Bills Need Your Help

HB1299, sponsored by Representative Jonathan Stickland, would enact Knife Law Preemption in Texas. If you live, work or travel in Texas, Write or Call the Committee Members TODAY…

Kitchen Knives

Right to Keep and Bear Arms Includes Knives

In Delaware, carrying any knife — including a kitchen knife or a paring knife or anything other than a closed folding knife with a blade of 3 inches or shorter — concealed is a felony…

Alaska Knife Rights Bill Advances

This bill, first introduced last year, would clarify state law on the subject of assisted-opening and one-hand opening knives to ensure they are not considered gravity knives or switchblades…

Positive Alaska Knife Definitions Law

He encourages fellow legislators to recognize the importance of one-handed or assisted-opening knives in Alaska to hunters, anglers and craftsmen, and support the definition changes to protect Alaskans’ knife rights…

Knife Rights Sues New York City

The case seeks a judicial determination that the law is unconstitutionally vague as applied to these ordinary pocket knives…

Nevada Anti-Knife Bill Alive Again – HELP STOP IT NOW

The bill adds to the list of weapons that the state prohibits in schools, including a sword, axe or hatchet, machete and so-called “dangerous knife,” meaning in her bill, any knife with a blade 2 inches or longer…