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The TSA has released updated numbers on guns found in carry-on luggage in one week throughout the country. I was astounded at how many people try to bring a loaded gun onto a plane and think that they will get it through security. Geez, I am worried about getting through security with all my liquids without a hassle. Can you imagine!
The first week of November, the TSA reported finding 35 guns trying to go through security in carry-on luggage. 33 of them were loaded. Really!?
You are allowed to check a gun as long as you declare it to the airline. I hope that these incidences were due to people who have never flown before and therefore are oblivious and not people who have bad intentions trying to bring a weapon onto a plane!
Thank you to the TSA for their hard work finding these weapons.
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