SOLVED: How Many guns must you have to get stopped by the TSA? (USAToday)

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  1. Drew Wilson

    Drew Wilson AKA IceCube Staff Member Moderator Contributor

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) – Authorities say a Montana man tried to bring four loaded, semi-automatic handguns past a security checkpoint at Sacramento International Airport and was being held without bail Friday.

    Harold Waller, 45, was arrested Thursday afternoon after Transportation Security Administration officials found a gun in one of his carry-on bags, said Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy Jason Ramos.

    When TSA screeners conducted a more thorough check, they found Waller was carrying a loaded gun, and had two other semi-automatic weapons packed in his carry-on bags, Ramos said.

    After Waller was arrested, deputies searched his car and said they found eight more guns, some of which were loaded.

    Those guns were a combination of handguns and what he described as "long guns."


    Yup! You'll get stopped at the magical number of ELEVEN GUNS!!!
  2. bcwar

    bcwar Member

    well no wonder if he had a breast pump they would have stopped him much sooner.
  3. kokanezub

    kokanezub Secretary General Established Member

    You are allowed to fly with a weapon, It must be unloaded, NO AMMO , Locked in a hard case and cannot be carry on. Must have all documents...

    Must be legal weapons...

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