Survivor Personal Water Filter / Model L600 - Product Review The Survivor Personal Water filter is based on a previous design previously sold under the Renovo name called the Renovo Trio which was highly successful when it was in production. Renovo went in a new direction and the Survivor Filter was reborn under another company name.
As we have mentioned in earlier articles Renovo ‘s new MUV is an amazing product but not at the price point most will be willing to pay for th
Colorado Springs recently repealed their local ban on switchblades and gravity knives. Click here to read the ordinance that was passed. Knife Rights would like to congratulate our good friend Air Force Master Sgt. John Bloodgood for this notable accomplishment.
When Knife Rights was able to help repeal Colorado's ban on switchblades and gravity knives last year, that bill did not include include preemption which would have nullified all local bans. It is an effort for anot
Knife Rights’ bill to repeal Louisiana’s antiquated ban on the possession of switchblade knives, HB 892, was unanimously passed by the House today by a vote of 83-0. The bill now moves to the Senate for consideration. Thanks to all of you who called and wrote your representative to ask them to support the bill. This unanimous vote in the House is testament to the hard work by Knife Rights Director of Legislative Affairs, Todd Rathner, who spent significant time at the Louisia
Growing up in the South I was taught at an early age about basic knife etiquette. Going thru my youth I joined the Boy Scouts of America and my education of proper knife handling was expanded. My first knife was given to me by one of my uncles who lived in Texas. My first knife was a Swiss Army Knife which was perfect at that time and one that I could take later in life when I joined Bo Scouts. I still have this knife today. Later as a youth I was given another knife by anoth
WHDH) — Washing your hands is vitally important to your health, but a new study says you should avoid restroom hand dryers at all costs! A study published by Applied and Environmental Microbiology says hand dryers suck up feces when toilets are flushed and then spray the bacteria all over your hands. The study found that restrooms with hand dryers had up to 254 bacterial pathogens present. “Bacteria in bathrooms will come from feces, which can be aerosolized a bit when toilet
Knife Rights Michigan Knife Law Reform Bill Introduced On the heels of last year’s enactment of Knife Rights’ switchblade ban repeal in Michigan, Representative Steven Johnson has introduced HB 5512 to removed all the knives prohibited from concealed carry in Michigan statute. Sec. 227. (1) would be removed entirely from Michigan’s penal code: “A person shall not carry a dagger, dirk, stiletto, a double-edged nonfolding stabbing instrument of any length, or any other dangerou
Knife Rights Louisiana Switchblade Ban Repeal Passed Committee Knife Rights’ bill to repeal Louisiana’s antiquated ban on the possession of switchblade knives, HB 892, passed a critical hurdle April 5th. The bill passed the House Administration of Criminal Justice committee 12-2 with bipartisan support. (Note that HB 892 is the new bill number replacing HB 200 after the amendment was made to get it passed in committee) Knife Rights Director of Legislative Affairs, Todd Rathne