When Can You Use a Knife in Self-Defense?

Understanding local and state knife laws is crucial in understanding when you can use a knife in self-defense legally.

    Single Action vs Double Action OTF Knife - What's The Difference?

    What’s the difference between a single action OTF and a double action OTF knife? This video explains all the differences and which is right for you.

      How to Use a Knife for Self-Defense

      The knife is one of the most accessible self-defense tools available. Knives are lightweight, relatively inexpensive, and highly versatile, making them a smart addition to your everyday carry (EDC) equipment. If you're considering carrying a knife for self defense, this must-read article will walk you through picking a knife and preparing yourself mentally and physically for the fight.

        How Does a Glass Breaker Work?

        Most people are surprised to find that carbide glass breaker tips are so effective. Find out just how they work, and why you should carry a glass breaker knife.

          What is a Rescue Knife?

          Simply defined, a rescue knife is a pocket knife with features optimized for dealing with rescue and emergency situations. Could this be the right EDC Knife for you?

          How Does an OTF Knife Work?

          Wondering how an OTF Knife works? We break down the mechanism, so you can feel secure knowing your OTF is built to fire smoothly every time.

          Carrying a Knife for Self-Defense

          Find out everything you need to know about self-defense with knives and what are the critical aspects to consider before carrying.

          Types of Switchblades: Differences and Benefits of Each

          Follow this guide to learn everything you need about switchblades and find the best type for your needs and applications.

            Are OTF Knives Legal? - State Laws on OTF Knives

            Out the Front Knife laws are confusing. That's why Uppercut Tactical has taken the time to boil them down to the essentials you need to know before carrying an OTF knife in your state.