Knife Rights Sues to Overturn Federal Switchblade Act Under the Supreme Court’s Bruen Decision
By Staff Writer
From Knife Rights . . .
Knife Rights has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of portions of the Federal Switchblade Act, originally enacted in 1958, that restricts the introduction into interstate commerce of common automatically opening (“switchblade”) knives. It also challenges the ban on their possession on Native American reservations and in U.S. territories. The definition of a “switchblade knife” includes gravity knives and butterfly knives.
Joining Knife Rights in the case are members Russell Arnold and Jeffery Folloder and retailer members RGA Auction Services d.b.a.
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