Happy New Year From Knife Rights

Knife Rights New Years
Knife Rights New Years

USA -(Ammoland.com)- Thanks for your generous support these last few weeks of 2017. The new year brings us opportunities and challenges. These go hand in hand.

We never let the challenges dissuade us from taking up every opportunity we can find to advance your right to own and carry whatever knife you please.

Building on an unprecedented record of 28 bills enacted in 20 states, Knife Rights will continue to forge a Sharper Future™ in 2018 with your support.

It not too late to make a last minute TAX DEDUCTIBLE donation to the Knife Rights Foundation. Depending upon your tax situation, it may be advantageous to take a charitable donation tax deduction this year as opposed to 2018.

To donate, click here.

Kansas Knife Ban Bill Introduced

While we are continuing to work on bills to repeal knife prohibitions in numerous states, unfortunately, we also must keep an eye out for bad bills that would cause problems for knife owners. The enemies of freedom never sleep. This week saw just such a bill filed in Kansas.

In 2013 our Kansas Comprehensive Knife Rights Act removed all knife prohibitions in Kansas statutes and enacted Knife Rights’ signature Knife Law Preemption. Now, Rep. Vic Miller (D-58) has introduced a bill to reinstate some of the knife prohibitions we worked so hard to get repealed.

HB 2442 is ostensibly a “bump stock” ban bill, but it sneakily also would reinstate “dagger, dirk, … dangerous knife, straight-edged razor, stiletto” as prohibited knives.

Our lobbyist and our friends on the ground in Kansas are keeping a very close eye on this bill and we will let you know if we need you to take action.

Knife RightsAbout Knife Right:

Knife Rights is rewriting knife law in America. Knife Rights passed the nation’s first repeal of a switchblade (automatic) knife ban in 2010 in New Hampshire and has since passed repeal of switchblade bans (and repealed other knife restrictions) in Alaska, Colorado, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Missouri, Nevada, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas and Wisconsin.