TSA officials are reminding airport travelers that the only legal way to carry a firearm on a commercial airline is in checked luggage. Last year, 12 passengers were stopped for attempting to carry a firearm through the Sacramento International Airport checkpoint.
TSA officials are reminding airport travelers that the only legal way to carry a firearm on a commercial airline is in checked luggage. Last year, 12 passengers were stopped for attempting to carry a firearm through the Sacramento International Airport checkpoint. Ed Fletcher efletcher@sacbee.com
TSA officials are reminding airport travelers that the only legal way to carry a firearm on a commercial airline is in checked luggage. Last year, 12 passengers were stopped for attempting to carry a firearm through the Sacramento International Airport checkpoint. Ed Fletcher efletcher@sacbee.com

Traveling with firearms? Check the rules

February 26, 2015 12:41 PM

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