Knife Rights’ Michigan Knife Rights Act introduced. Would enact knife law preemption, eliminating local knife laws more restrictive than state law.
Knife Rights’ Knife Owners’ Protection Act, H.R. 60, (“KOPA”) has been re-introduced in the U.S. House. KOPA repeals the Federal Switchblade Act.
Knife Rights Foundation has officially launched the exciting new 2.0 version of its LegalBlade; mobile application, the enhanced second generation of the world’s first and only knife law app.
Tuesday afternoon in Helena, Montana Governor Steve Bullock held a signing ceremony for Knife Rights’ Montana Switchblade Ban Repeal and Knife Law Preemption bill, HB 155.
At the request of Knife Rights, Montana State Representative Casey Knudsen has introduced HB 155 which would repeal the state’s switchblade ban and enact Knife Law Preemption.
Louisiana has joined the trend of reversing that injustice. The number of states that still ban switchblade knives is growing smaller and smaller.
The repeal of Louisiana’s antiquated ban on the possession of switchblade knives, HB 892, was signed by Governor Edwards..
On April 13th, 2018, the Louisiana repeal of the switchblade ban (HB892) unanimously passed the House.
Legislation Would Repeal the Current Prohibition on the Manufacture, Ownership, Possession, Custody, and Use of Automatic Knives..
My youngest daughter’s comments when I opened the box and showed her the new Buck 110 Auto Elite. “Wow, that knife is sweet daddy!”
Colorado’s switchblade and gravity knife ban repeal takes effect on Wednesday, August 9th.
SB 245, sponsored by Senator Rick Jones, simply repeals Section 226a (switchblade ban) of the Michigan penal code originally enacted in 1952.
A Pennsylvania court has found automatic knives are not protected by the Second Amendment, because they are offensive weapons that have no common purpose.
Governor McAuliffe vetoed House Bill 1432 that would have repealed Virginia’s switchblade ban including, for the most part, allowing concealed carry…
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.
Conservatives, Liberterians, and Constitutionalists are winning the culture wars on weapons bans. Recent victories in Wisconsin confirm this.
Two companion bills, A 9042 and S 6483, have been introduced in New York that would add bias-towards closure language to the state switchblade and gravity knife definitions, sponsored by…
State preemption ensures that switchblade carriers will not have to deal with random local restrictions on knives…
The amended AB142 removes all restrictions on switchblades and concealed carry of knives from Wisconsin statutes and the bill now also includes Knife Law Preemption…
This act repeals existing bans on switchblade knives, dirks, daggers and belt buckle knives and becomes effective on July 1, 2015…