WASHINGTON, DC –-(Ammoland.com)- 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 (AKTI).
Awareness of local knife laws and working effectively with authorities fosters cooperation and mutual respect.
The latest edition of the Shooter's Bible Guide To Knives, recently released by Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., and now available for purchase, includes an exclusive interview with AKTI Executive Director Jan Billeb. Titled “The Legal Edge: What Every Knife Owner Should Know,” the interview offers perspective on the changing landscape of knife ownership across the United States, providing practical advice for knife owners and purchasers.
Author Roger Eckstine, an authority on the topics of firearms and edged tools, conducted the in-depth interview with Billeb to provide readers with an informational context on knives and knife laws and their effect on the individual's right to possess and carry edged tools. Mr. Eckstine's interview with Billeb may be found in the print edition of the Shooter's Bible Guide To Knives and on the AKTI website at in the Resources section..
“I am pleased and appreciative that Skyhorse Publishing and Roger Eckstine have recognized the importance of understanding knife laws and promoting the proper use and carry of knives in the United States,” commented Billeb. “At AKTI we are continually seeking ways to promote interest in knives as valuable tools and enhance understanding and cooperation among the knife community, the general public, and local, state, and federal government.”
Founded in 1998, the American Knife & Tool Institute is a non-profit organization representing the interests of the knife industry and all knife owners. Its mission is to ensure that Americans will always be able to make, buy, sell, own, carry and use knives and edged tools. AKTI is dedicated to educating knife owners on the proper use of man's oldest tool and to providing timely, relevant information on all aspects of knife ownership.
For more information, call (307) 587-8296 or visit the American Knife & Tool Institute website at www.AKTI.org. The mailing address is 22 Vista View Lane, Cody, WY 82414-9606.
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The American Knife & Tool Institute (www.AKTI.org) has been the advocacy voice of the entire knife community since 1998, ensuring that Americans will always be able to make, buy, sell, own, carry and use knives and edged tools. AKTI is recognized worldwide as the respected, credible and accurate source of knife legislation information, legislative input, and industry information with a successful, proven record of accomplishments in making effective changes to restrictive knife laws and promoting reasonable and responsible laws and enforcement.
Ensuring that Americans will always be able to make, buy, sell, own, carry and use knives and edged tools.