According to the agency’s website, the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) mission is to: Protect the nation’s transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. Apparently, the TSA, an agency of the Federal Department of Homeland Security, believes that mission includes requesting that local Sheriffs reve citizens’ concealed carry licenses. TSA Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: […]
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Air travel with a firearm is generally a pleasant experience if one understands the laws and is well prepared. This article will out the basic do’s and don’ts.
One thing that all of us eventually learn as gun owners is the value and the necessity of having a dedicated and made for the purpose range bag. Sometimes people learn this lesson the hard way, but it is my goal today to attempt to convince those who have not yet learned the hard […]
Riley and Jacob cover the latest stories in the concealed carry and firearms industry world including some important legislative updates out of Washington D.C. where one New York congressman has proposed a law to protect the rights of citizens to purchase and possess many rifles and shotguns including AR-style semi-autos and their magazine and ammunition […]
We talk about the Florida Airport attack, the San Antonio mall shooting, and a CCWer who saves the life of a State Trooper in Arizona. Plus a few thoughts about Nevada’s dumb law and the TSA’s latest stats on firearm confiscation. Check it out and listen now!!
In 2016, the TSA screened exactly 738,318,264 air passengers ( than 2 million per day). During those searches, TSA officers also screened 466 million checked bags at airports around the country, and during that time, they found quite a few firearms.