Knife Rights Holiday Update

Knife Rights Holiday Update – Holiday Greetings and Appeal

Washington, DC –-( As the year draws to a close and we enjoy this holiday season, all of us at Knife Rights would like to thank you for your support during the challenges we faced this past year. Your support was the key to our success.

We are hard at work on a number of Knife Rights initiatives that you will be reading about early next year, but we’d like to close out the year with an appeal for your support in the effort to enact legislation in New Hampshire to expand their citizens’ Knife Rights. It’s an effort that could reap dividends for us all.

New Hampshire State Representative Jennifer Coffey’s Knife Rights bill has garnered national attention, coming on the heels of our victory against Customs Pocket Knife Grab. Similar legislation is being considered in other states with restrictive knife laws. They will be looking to see if this bill succeeds in New Hampshire, so this becomes much more than a single state issue.

While the bill has received broad bipartisan support and stands a good chance of passage, nothing in politics gets done without leadership and lobbying. Knife Rights member and Second Amendment legal adviser, Evan Nappen, has been actively involved in developing and promoting this bill. You can find out more about this legislation at

Rep. Coffey’s bill removes the prohibition on these knives and focuses the law on CRIMINAL USE of the knives. Knife Rights supports efforts that remove restrictions on ownership, carry and legitimate use of knives as tools and arms and recognizes that it is the criminal use of knives that should garner the law’s attention. For a good overview, read Rep. Coffey’s original commentary on her bill:

Knife Rights has started a fundraising campaign to support this legislation. If everyone receiving this email would make a modest contribution of even $10, we will easily raise the money we need.

PLEASE, make a contribution to this cause. Consider it your holiday gift to your Knife Rights, because a victory in New Hampshire will help us all. Make your donation at:

We wish you and yours the very best for the holiday season and the coming new year.

Doug Ritter
Chairman / Executive Director
Knife Rights, Inc.
Knife Rights Foundation, Inc.
Email: [email protected]

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