The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) today applauded the House Judicary Committee’s passage of Michigan Senate Bill 245, a bill to ensure better laws and protections for law abiding citizens carrying an automatic knife.
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2017 AKTI Efforts Continue Federal and State Efforts Including the Knife Owners’ Protection Act, Repeal of Restrictions on Auto-Open Knives, and Preemption
SB 245 is a common sense law that will ensure the rights of law-abiding tradesmen, hunters, veterans, and all citizens are better protected. We thank the State Police for leading the initiative, and Senate Rick Jones for introducing the legislation.”
AKTI thanks Senators Enzi and Wyden for their support in introducing the Interstate Transport Act of 2017. Legislation would give law abiding knife owners protection traveling between states from conflicting state knife laws.
The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) is pleased to announce that its second Blade Show fundraiser, “Free to Carry,” is supported with sponsorships from four leading knife brands – CRKT, W.R. Case, Boker USA and Buck Knives.