AKTI has been at the forefront of efforts in Pennsylvania to remove the state’s prohibition on the manufacture, sale, and possession of automatic knives. Today HB 1929 passed the Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee.
“I’ve never been sorry that I carried a knife…” P. Jones shared a Knives Save Lives story with the American Knife & Tool Institute from his youth as a horseback riding instructor. Read his account of how important his knife was one summer at a YMCA camp.
Knife brands and custom knifemakers make the 2022 “Free To Carry” event a success! The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) publicly thanks the members of the knife community that took part in the nonprofit’s three-day online auction held in mid-August. The seventh annual “Free to Carry” auction featured unique custom and collectible knives, out-of-stock […]
Annual Online Fundraising Auction Unique custom and collectible knives, out-of-stock items, kitchen knives, and vacation getaways are available! Free to Carry is AKTI’s largest annual fundraiser, with proceeds used to advocate for reasonable, rational knife laws and to ensure Americans can make, carry, and use the tool that best fits their needs. Individuals will have […]
A recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v Bruen pertaining to the restrictive New York State law governing handgun carry permits will likely impact knife laws and prosecutions for those accused of violations. The court ruled that the need for concealed carry […]