Starting Friday, adults can openly carry knives and blades longer than 5.5 inches in the Lone Star State.
Arkansas state Sen. Trent Garner wants to celebrate the state’s heritage by designating an official state gun and knife.
A popular bipartisan Senate bill to scrap Michigan’s 1950s-era ban on “switchblades” was signed into law last week by Gov. Rick Snyder.
Descendants of Col. Robert Gould Shaw, killed leading the 54th Massachusetts Regiment during the Civil War, recently stumbled across his sword.
While not all of the items described here ride on my person on a daily basis, at certain times they do, and they are close at hand most other times.
A popular bipartisan Senate bill to scrap Michigan’s 1950s-era ban on “switchblades” cleared the House on Thursday and is headed to Gov. Rick Snyder.
A bipartisan House bill repealing the Lone Star State’s 1871 ban on Bowie knives and other large blades was signed last week by Gov. Greg Abbott.
A group of bipartisan senators on Wednesday introduced a measure to protect the right for Americans to carry knives with them while traveling between states.
Legislation described by gun rights advocates as a “clean-up bill” was signed into law this week by Georgia Republican Gov. Nathan Deal.
Gov. John Hickenlooper last week signed a bill repealing the 1951 Colorado law that banned switchblades and gravity knives.