Whether a pocket clip showing is considered concealed or open carry is an ongoing controversy. This is especially a problem in states where concealment makes a difference in violating knife laws. And, the problem extends beyond a pocket in your jeans to knives clipped to a pulse or bag. Learn more in attorney and knife […]
For the American Knife and Tool Institute, attending the annual Blade Show in Atlanta is much like returning for the first day of school. We know we’re going to see old friends. We’re hopeful we’re going to make new friends. And we’re energized by the prospect that we’ll learn something fresh and innovative. The 2022 […]
The American Knife and Tool Institute (AKTI) is proud to announce recent changes to its Board of Regents, being joined by three new company representatives and retaining proven leadership in the Vice President position.
“Daggers are often maligned and frequently restricted.” Knife laws vary whether its the design or the description. Read more in “Daggers by Design or Description,” Dan Lawson’s article for the American Knife & Tool Institute that was published in the June issue of Knife Magazine.
In the May issue of Knife World, attorney and knife expert Dan Lawson delves into the problems that were known about the Federal Switchblade Act before it was ever passed into law. The legislative history behind the Federal Switchblade Act of 1958 (FSA) reveals that enforcement issues and uncertainties were foreseen due to the “many […]