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It’s unbelievable how many people still try to go through a TSA checkpoint at an airport, while they are carrying a firearm, knife or many other banned items. Every month, we see reports from TSA listing the hundreds of items they confiscated from airline passengers.

While many seem to believe that they can still carry a loaded gun on a plane without being caught, many others believe that only air marshals are allowed to travel with firearms, but that’s not true.

All one has to do is just read below to find out how to take your firearm with you on a plane, because it can be legally done.

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(Arizona Family) – The Transportation Security Administration wants to remind passengers of the proper way to pack a firearm when traveling on a commercial plane.

TSA spokeswoman Lorie Dankers at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport said all too often passengers try to bring a firearm in their carry-on luggage which has never been allowed. Firearms are not allowed past security into the sterile area of the airport and they are not allowed in the cabin of any airplane.

“In the last 10 days we’ve seen nine firearms brought by passengers to the security checkpoint,” said Dankers.

Sky Harbor is in the nationwide top 10 for the number of firearm finds at security. Any time a passenger tries to bring a firearm through security, it causes unnecessary delays for everyone involved and passengers may also face hefty fines…

Now that you have learned how to legally travel on a plane with your firearms, you also need to take time to check out the gun laws in place at your destination. Many law-abiding citizens has found themselves arrested and convicted of a felony firearms charge because they didn’t know the laws where they were traveling to.




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