Ninety nine years ago the “Buddy Poppy” was adopted as the official remembrance flower of the US. Learn the history. May we always remember those men and women who have given the ultimate sacrifice.
Doug Ritter introduces Mini-RSK® Mk1-G2 ABLE; Lock folder, manufactured by Hogue and available exclusively from KnifeWorks.com.
Knife Rights has again assembled an incredible array of prizes for this year’s Ultimate Steel Spectacular including custom knives, celebrity signed knives, firearms and more! Donate to WIN!
Knife Rights urges CISA to recognize knife manufacturers, distributors etc. as essential businesses which would help ensure citizens, first responders and the military have access to knives.
West Virginia SB 96 expands the state’s firearms preemption statute to include “deadly weapons,” including knives, was signed by Governor Jim Justice, protecting knife carriers throughout WV.
Knife Rights: URGENT ACTION ALERT – EMAIL: Michigan Knife Law Preemption Bill passes House Judiciary Committee and ready for full House vote.
Despite two years of hard work by Knife Rights and all involved, the Washington “Spring Blade” (Switchblade) Knife Ban Repeal bill died in the House again.
Knife Rights’ Michigan Knife Law Preemption bill, HB 5286, the “Michigan Knife Rights Act,” was heard by the House Judiciary Committee today.
West Virginia SB 96 that would expand the state’s firearms preemption statute to include “deadly weapons,” including knives, was passed by the House and now heads to the Governor for consideration.
Knife Rights Washington “Spring Blade” Knife Ban Repeal Passed by House Civil Rights & Judiciary Committee in a bipartisan vote.
Action Alert: Knife Rights’ MI Knife Law Preemption bill is scheduled for hearing next Tuesday in House Judiciary Committee. Use Knife Rights Legislative Action center to email committee members.
The Washington “Spring Blade” Knife Ban Repeal bill, SB 5782, which passed the Senate 46-1 last week, has been scheduled for a hearing in the House Civil Rights & Judiciary Committee on Tuesday…
The Washington “Spring Blade” Knife Ban Repeal bill, SB 5782 again passed the Senate by an overwhelming bipartisan vote, 46-1. Now it heads to the House where Knife Rights will continue the fight.
Knife Rights: WV SB 96 that would expand the state’s firearms preemption statute to include “deadly weapons,” including knives, was passed by the Senate with an overwhelming bipartisan vote of 30-2
We were unable to stop another irrational knife ban. Governor Cuomo has signed S4202, a ban on manufacturing, shipment or possession of “undetectable” knives.
They also remove from state statute the irrational prohibition against manufacture and sale of a switchblade knife and gravity knife. Possession and carry of these knives are already legal in Ohio.
Knife Rights supported HB 446, repealing the ban on carry of clubs (including tomahawks) and possession of knuckles (including trench knives and the like) has been signed by Texas Governor Abbot.
These bills would remove from statute a number of places where Location-Restricted Knives (blades over 5 1/2 inches) are banned.
SB 140 repeals the state’s ban on switchblade knives, springblade knives and gravity knives, as well as brass knuckles, cestus, billy, blackjack, sandbag or any similar weapon.
Three amicus curiae briefs have been filed with the Supreme Court in our nearly eight-year-old civil rights lawsuit over New York City’s persecution of pocket knife owners.