WeaponsMan: Pro Tips On Flying With A Gun

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17 responses to “WeaponsMan: Pro Tips On Flying With A Gun

  1. Sesions just announced as AG. McTurtlle went nuclear.

    Imams and buquas out in full-force in Comunnist NYC.

  2. Sorry. Wrong. Sessions just went out of Comitee.

    Muzloids still going nuts.

    Frankincense in the midst of a mini-filibuster on the Commie Mews Network.

  3. Flying commercial is for peasants and desperate people.
    Buy an RV and travel at your leisure. Oh wait…

  4. Sure thing Cousin Eddie. Don’t forget the rubber sheets, baby oil and gerbils.

  5. For securing things, the disc shaped locks are not what you think they’d be for security. I refer any interested readers to the works of “Bosnian Bill”, namely this vid: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yYDJVEVxak . There are a number of videos he has of various manufacturers and methods. Be careful with your stuff, know something about your locks.

  6. Problem. Once the firearm is declared, they put a red tag on the outside of your luggage. Guess who’s working in the bag room? Tyrone and Willie.

  7. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  8. They haven’t done that for many, many years. At least since before 1999.

    I’ve traveled coast to coast with a firearm in my luggage, declared, inspected, and locked inside a hard case, inside the suitcase per airline instructions. I have never had a problem from anyone.

    But I do not trust luggage handlers, nor do I trust the TSA. So, I won’t travel with any kind of high-dollar firearm, or anything with any sentimental value like heirlooms.

    Like the author of the article implies – you are on pins and needles until you have that gun bag back in your possession.

  9. these days are long behind murka.

    now it’s this…

  10. I have built my life around traveling by ground. I figure, why be part of the quagmire?

  11. SemperFi, 0321

    Comments were great too. People are upset he used their (storage company) locks to show how cheap they were. Like he’s the bad guy for breaking in.
    Just as I keep harping about, people will rat you out for not playing along with their brainwashing game.

  12. tfA-t,

    Still trying to keep up the charade, eh Pajama Boy ? If you had an inkling of masculinity you’d back up your bluster and bloviating with action:

    1. Burn your Amerikan passport.
    2. Renounce your citizenship at the nearest embassy or consulate. Little Baghdad (Toronto) has one.

    Grab yourself by the mangina and do it, Pajama Boy.

    Meow…

  13. tfA-t,

    Still trying to keep up the charade, eh Pajama Boy ? If you had an inkling of masculinity you’d back up your bluster and bloviating with action:

    1. Burn your Amerikan passport.
    2. Renounce your citizenship at the nearest embassy or consulate. Little Baghdad (Toronto) has one.

    Grab yourself by the mangina and do it, Pajama Boy.

    Meow…

  14. Larry,

    Problem ? You folks create your own problem. Just stop flying. Simple. Oh, and don’t defend flying by saying you “cannot”. You WON’T stop flying !

    Fact of the matter is you and millions of sheeple keep bending over, literally, for some retard to grope you and give you permission to board a commercial flight. You like it.

    You and your fellow air travelers are the problem Larry. Quit grabbing your ankles.

  15. I quit flying when DHS said they were going to either back-scatter x-ray (a known carcinogen activity) OR grope me. I won’t let them do either to me, but for all you that don’t mind being groped and killed by cancer… go ahead and knock yourself out.

    /r
    Grey Ghost

  16. I’ll dismantle a semi auto or have gun lock on a revolver. Ammo in cardboard box in same case, mags left unloaded. Also put spare mags/speedloader in the locked suitcase, unloaded of course.

    Southwest is gun friendly, easy. Airports vary, easiest was at Ft. Lauderdale, clerk at check in simply grabbed my luggage and threw it on conveyor after I signed form and taped it outside gun box, put back in luggage. She had mentioned why I had my own locks, non TSA, she was unaware when transporting a firearm/ammo you use your own locks. Only you can have the key and access. Same actually applies to flare guns or prop guns, which are often thrown into luggage by tech guys traveling with sensitive electronic stuff. Heavy duty locks on the outside prevent tampering.

    In Chiraq, sometimes the counter clerk will ask to open the gun case, then put form inside or tape outside. One occasion waiting for the clerk another came over ogling the guns and formed a pistol in each hand “Oh so you’re the shoot ’em up guy”; then short walk to TSA booth to check guns where sometimes have to wait for a supervisor, they swab the interior of the luggage, may or may not check inside gun case. I make sure they lock everything.