What makes a dirk different from any other knife? Why are dirks often illegal in state laws?
Is there a knife that would be legal in all 50 states? What knife could you use to travel through the country for work or recreation?
The latest “Brand Protection” article on our website is titled “Fed Up with a Lack of Cooperation,” and outlines how some brands have taken their frustrations with marketplaces to the courts.
AKTI’s strength lies in our foundation as a multi-faceted organization, with a diverse and cooperative governing body, working together for the benefit of knife makers, sellers, buyers and users.
West Virginia is joining the growing list of states enacting knife preemption laws! Statewide knife preemption means that no localilty, city, munipality may pass or enforce any ordinances or restrictions that are greater than the state’s knife laws.