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Knife Rights’ Georgia Knife Law Reform Bill to Committee – CALL & EMAIL TODAY!

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Article first appeared at Ammo Land.

Gilbert, AZ -Ammoland.com)- Knife Rights’ Georgia Knife Law Reform bill, SB 49, that would increase the legal carry length of a knife blade in the state from 5.5 inches to 12 inches, has been sent to the Senate Public Safety Committee.

If you live, work or travel in Georgia, or plan to (like to BLADE Show in Atlanta), please CALL or EMAIL the committee members TODAY and simply deliver the message that you are calling or emailing to respectfully request that they please VOTE YES on SB 49, an important criminal justice reform bill, and then thank them. Please be POLITE and RESPECTFUL and REMAIN ON POINT.

If emailing, use the SUBJECT: Please VOTE YES on SB 49

Sen. Tyler Harper – Chairman: (404) 463-5263  or [email protected]
Sen. John Albers – Vice Chairman: (404) 463-8055 or [email protected]
Sen. >Lee Anderson: (404) 656-5114 or [email protected]
Sen. Tonya Anderson: (404) 463-2598 or [email protected]
Sen. Harold Jones: (404) 463-3942 or [email protected]
Sen. Chuck Payne: (404) 463-5402 or [email protected]
Sen. Valencia Seay: (404) 656-5095 or [email protected]
Sen. Michael Williams: (404) 656-7127 or [email protected]

Efforts to completely eliminate the carry length limit have been stymied due to the manner in which a knife is defined in Georgia law. This will make life much better for knife owners in Georgia without hampering future efforts to completely eliminate the carry length limit at some future opportunity.

About Knife Rights:
Knife Rights (www.kniferights.org) is America’s grassroots knife owners organization, forging a Sharper Future™ for all knife owners. Knife Rights is dedicated to providing knife owners an effective voice to influence public policy. In the past six years, Knife Rights has passed pro-knife legislation repealing knife bans in 15 states and stopped anti-knife legislation in 6 states. In Congress, Knife Rights’ Knife Owners’ Protection Act would repeal the Federal Switchblade Act. Knife Rights also leads a federal civil rights lawsuit against New York City and the New York District Attorney over their persecution of knife owners. Knife Rights is the Second Front in Defense of the Second Amendment™. Become a Knife Rights member and make a contribution to support the fight for your knife rights. Visit www.kniferights.org

Contact: Doug Ritter
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