The repeal of Louisiana’s antiquated ban on the possession of switchblade knives, HB 892, was signed by Governor Edwards..
It is good to get these laws off the books because it just confuses honest folks who may not know that the laws are no longer enforceable.
The Gunny was an incredible human being, one of the warmest and nicest gentlemen you’d ever want to meet. I will cherish having known and worked with him..
Focusing on its fight against New York City’s abuse of the state gravity knife law to arrest and prosecute thousands of people for carrying a common folding knife.
If you live, work or travel in New York, or plan to, CALL the Governor TODAY and STOP the OUTRAGEOUS arrests and prosecutions in New York City!
The new law eliminates from Texas statute the prohibition against carrying “illegal knives,” including daggers, dirks, stilettos, poniards, swords, spears and most notably, Bowie knives.
Out of respect for our Texas members adversely impacted by Hurricane Harvey, Knife Rights is postponing our BYOB: Bring Your Own Bowie Freedom Celebration at the Alamo..
Freedom’s Steel™ VI – Victory’s Edge™ Bowie, Celebrating the Second Amendment’s Preservation has been donated by Knife Rights to NRA-ILA.
Knife Rights’ Georgia Knife Law Reform bill, SB 49, that increases the legal carry length of a knife blade to 12 inches, has been sent to the Senate Public Safety Committee. CALL & EMAIL TODAY!
Bogus “Stop & Flick” Arrests to Continue in New York City – for Now. In Tortured Decision Federal Court Upholds Unconstitutional and Discriminatory Arrests. Knife Rights Appeal to Follow.
Knife Rights’ Knife Owners’ Protection Act of 2017 now includes repeal of the archaic 1958 Federal Switchblade Act and was introduced in Congress the first day of the new session.
After 3 years, Knife Rights’ Knife Law Reform has been sent to NY Gov. Cuomo. If you live, work or travel in New York, CALL Gov. Cuomo TODAY! End Bogus NYC Gravity Knife Arrests – Let’s Get It Done!
Knife Rights’ Oklahoma Knife Law Reform becomes effective November 1st removing dagger, Bowie knife, dirk knife and sword cane from items prohibited from carry in OK – finishes last year’s reforms.
DO NOT Try to Take Your Knife into a Presidential or VP Candidate’s Rally! Thousands Confiscated!
Who wins the presidency will affect knife owners on many levels. Let’s review the two major party presidential candidates’ stances on two issues that will likely impact many Americans’ knife rights.
Knife Rights was born ten years ago after an outrageous and highly inflammatory article headlined the Wall Street Journal. A decade later, Knife Rights has rewritten knife law in America!
After five years, Knife Rights finally got its day in court in its Federal Civil Rights lawsuit to end bogus gravity knife arrests in the New York City that included demos of true gravity knives.
Knife Rights’ Bill to Fix Bogus NYC Gravity Knife Arrests Passes NY Senate 61-0. Already passed Assembly 99-12. Now the bill moves to Governor Cuomo.
Knife Rights is pleased to announce that Hogue, Inc. is the recipient of its 2016 Freedom’s Guardian Award…
Legal Aid Society, the largest non-profit legal services agency in the nation and New York’s primary public defender, filed an Amicus Curiae (Friend of the Court) Brief in Knife Rights NYC lawsuit
Knife Rights’ Oklahoma Knife Law Reform bill has been signed into law by Gov. Mary Fallin, removing dagger, bowie knife, dirk knife and sword cane from the items prohibited from carry in OK.
Oklahoma Knife Law Reform Bill Passed – CALL & EMAIL Governor Fallin TODAY!
Knife Rights 2016 Ultimate Steel Knives, Guns & More Spectacular Launched – Over $200,000 in Prizes! Over $30,000 Early Bird Bonus Drawing! Winner’s Choice! Our Biggest and Best Fundraiser Ever!
Knife Rights to argue legality of non-locking folding knives at California Supreme Court nearly a year after filing an Amicus Brief in a case that could re-define “Dirk” or “Dagger” under CA law.
Knife Rights’ Oklahoma Knife Law Reform bill, already passed unanimously by the Senate, was voted out of the House Public Safety Committee with a unanimous Do Pass recommendation. Full House next.