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TSA finds record number of firearms at US airports in 2014 (+video) – CSMonitor.com

The paper-towel holder would hold two rolls of towels and come in two different designs. The holder would be hollow and include lights so that it could be seen or blink at night. The first design would include two 6-inch rods to hold the towels in place, with a 3-inch vertical section to prevent towels from unraveling. The second design would consist of two holders that pin the paper towels in place. The napkin holder would feature two napkin compartments, one on either side of the pole. The compartments would be made from wire mesh and would include a spring-loaded arm that would hold the napkins in place. The crudite holder would include a variety of triangular compartments to hold various raw vegetables.
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TSA finds record number of firearms at US airports in 2014 – CSMonitor.com

“The most common excuse that we hear from people is that they forgot they had their firearms with them,” said TSA spokeswoman Lisa Farbstein. The number-two excuse for passengers was “‘my husband packed my bag’ or ‘my wife packed my bag,'” she said. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport was the top airport for guns discovered, at 120. It was followed by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, with 109, and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, with 78. Besides firearms, TSA officers found an Mk 2 fragmentation grenade in Los Angeles, a homemade avalanche control charge in Alaska, as well as fireworks, propane, spear guns, a flare gun, more than 700 stun guns, and smoke grenades. Bag searches turned up inert explosives and artillery shells, an improvised explosives training kit, a replica Claymore anti-personnel mine, grenade launcher practice rounds and an unloaded cannon barrel.
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At U.S. airports, record number of firearms found in 2014 – Yahoo News

The number of firearms leapt 22 percent to an all-time high of 2,212 last year, more than triple the number in 2005, the TSA said in its 2014 summary. Eighty-three percent of guns were loaded. Among the weapons discovered were an assault rifle with three loaded magazines and a loaded folding-stock rifle with two loaded magazines – both at airports in Dallas, Texas.
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U.S. Airports: Record Number of Firearms Found in 2014 | Among the weapons discovered were an assault rifle with three loaded magazines and a loaded folding-stock rifle with two loaded magazines. | National | Boise Weekly

The number-two excuse for passengers was “‘my husband packed my bag’ or ‘my wife packed my bag,'” she said. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport was the top airport for guns discovered, at 120. It was followed by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, with 109, and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, with 78. Besides firearms, TSA officers found an Mk 2 fragmentation grenade in Los Angeles, a homemade avalanche control charge in Alaska, as well as fireworks, propane, spear guns, a flare gun, more than 700 stun guns, and smoke grenades. Bag searches turned up inert explosives and artillery shells, an improvised explosives training kit, a replica Claymore anti-personnel mine, grenade launcher practice rounds and an unloaded cannon barrel. Officers discovered contraband drugs, razor blades, brass knuckles, throwing stars, scissors and countless knives.
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The number-two excuse for passengers was “‘my husband packed my bag’ or ‘my wife packed my bag,'” she said. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport was the top airport for guns discovered, at 120. It was followed by Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, with 109, and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, with 78. Besides firearms, TSA officers found an Mk 2 fragmentation grenade in Los Angeles, a homemade avalanche control charge in Alaska, as well as fireworks, propane, spear guns, a flare gun, more than 700 stun guns, and smoke grenades. Bag searches turned up inert explosives and artillery shells, an improvised explosives training kit, a replica Claymore anti-personnel mine, grenade launcher practice rounds and an unloaded cannon barrel. Officers discovered contraband drugs, razor blades, brass knuckles, throwing stars, scissors and countless knives. An 8.5-inch (21.6-cm) knife hidden in an enchilada was found at the Charles M.
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