Tsa Finds Record Number Of Firearms At Us Airports In 2014 (+video) – Csmonitor.com

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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. Photos of the Day Photos of the day 01/23 Federal law bars bringing a firearm to an airport. “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.
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