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AKTI Honors Congressional Sportsmen's Foundation

AKTI Honors Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation

The American Knife and Tool Institute (AKTI) was pleased to be the special guest of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) at their fall luncheon honoring CSF on its 25th anniversary year.

Knives Will Be Allowed Back on Airlines!

Knives To Be Allowed Back on Airlines!

Effective April 25th 2013, the Transportation Security Administration will permit knives with blades shorter than 2.4 inches and narrower than 1/2 inch at the widest part….

Shooter's Bible Guide To Knives

What Every Knife Owner Should Know

Information is power, and providing practical advice in dealing with the legal aspects of knife ownership is an integral component of the mission of the American Knife & Tool Institute…

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…

American Knife & Tool Heads to Boston Again

The timing is right to let the Mayor of Boston and the City Council know that this proposal does nothing to improve public safety for the citizens of Boston or stop illegal sales to minors…

Boston Knife Ban – Action Needed

The Council has introduced a proposal that would require an additional license of retail stores that sell knives within the city limits…

AKTI Supports New Hampshire’s Knife Rights Bill Efforts

Rep. Jennifer Coffey, an EMT and New Hampshire representative, has bipartian and multi-organizational support for a bill (HB 1665) which she recently introduced in the New Hampshire legislature. This bill will end the 1955 state ban on the carry of “switch knives”, stilettos, daggers and dirks….