Posted February 8, 2016 11:35 am by Comments

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Governor Walker reads the inscription on the specially engraved Pro-Tech TR-4 automatic knife presented to him by Knife Rights Chairman Doug Ritter (right). Wisconsin FORCE Executive Directer Jeff Nass (left) looks on. (Mark LaBarbera photo)
Governor Walker reads the inscription on the specially engraved Pro-Tech TR-4 automatic knife presented to him by Knife Rights Chairman Doug Ritter (right). Wisconsin FORCE Executive Directer Jeff Nass (left) looks on. (Mark LaBarbera photo)
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Gilbert, AZ –-(Ammoland.com)- Knife Rights’ Wisconsin Knife Law Reform Bill including Knife Law Preemption, AB 142, was signed on Saturday by Governor Scott Walker.

Wisconsin is the eleventh state in which Knife Rights has repealed a switchblade ban and the tenth in which we have passed Knife Law Preemption. The law goes into effect as soon as it is officially published, which is expected to occur this week.

The signing ceremony was held during the annual meeting of Wisconsin FORCE, the state NRA affiliate. Wisconsin FORCE and Executive Director Jeff Nass played a critical role in passage of the bill and Knife Rights is appreciative of their support for our efforts to forge a Sharper Future for all Americans.

At the signing, Knife Rights Chairman Doug Ritter presented Governor Walker with a Pro-Tech TR-4 automatic (switchblade) knife specially engraved with the state seal and his name and dedication during the signing ceremony.

Speaking of the new law he was signing, and echoing …Read the Rest

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