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    FLL Airport Shooting

    I put this thread in the Second Amendment forum because it's obvious where Homeland Security will take this tragedy with the media's help. The FBI had a head's up on this nut two months ago yet he still got to check a bag with a gun in it and get on an airplane. And Megyn Kelly's in full NBC mode, even on her last night at Fox. She describes the shooter as a "gunman with military training" when all he did was shove a mag up a pistol's butt, rack a round and start blasting. That would qualify all of us here as Green Berets.

    I guarantee this ride's gonna be a doozy.
    Last edited by gun sane; 01-06-2017, 11:05 PM.
    Never give the devil a ride. He will always want to drive.

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    I think Megyn Kelly is going where she needs to be......I never liked her, she is just a mean you know what.
    I believe Fox has a few others that need to go. I would like to see Shep Smith and Juan Williams go.
    Certified Armed Infidel

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      I heard but don't know for sure that Kelly is going to a liberal News Agency. Geraldo Rivera is another that needs kicked off Fox.
      TO BE UNARMED IS TO BE A VICTIM

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        Geraldo deserved a bullet when he was drawing our forces' location in the sand on live TV! Line him up next to Hanoi Jane.
        Last edited by Tophog; 01-07-2017, 02:59 AM.
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          Fox also seems to have recently engaged a bunch of little boys with liberal attitudes that have never had sex with a woman.

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            This thread got hijacked faster than the airport shooting stories. They seem to change daily. The comments are hilariously filled with people who have no concept about guns and flying. And don't even want to learn.

            So today they are saying he flew in from Minneapolis - I'm pretty sure that is in the US not Canada. And now he had a pistol, not a rifle. Still no idea how he got ammunition - you definitely cannot check that in your luggage.
            Certified Armed Infidel

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              The one and only time I ever flew with a checked firearm I was allowed to put the boxes of shells inside the case with the shotgun. You'd think they'd put it into the custody of the destination baggage agent. Nope. When I arrived I had to scurry to the carousel so that no one would walk off with it.
              Never give the devil a ride. He will always want to drive.

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                Originally posted by gun sane View Post
                The one and only time I ever flew with a checked firearm I was allowed to put the boxes of shells inside the case with the shotgun. You'd think they'd put it into the custody of the destination baggage agent. Nope. When I arrived I had to scurry to the carousel so that no one would walk off with it.
                That's 'cause joe biden say's shot guns are okay. But now, finger nail clippers that have the little thingy you clean your finger nails with, that's a no-no.
                Think Green.......Recycle Congress

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                  The blamestream media doesn't seem to have officially come over to the bright side following the election drubbing they took, but I suppose rehab's not an overnight process. Here's how NBC tried to explain the checked ammo policy:

                  Explosive or flammable ammunition such as gun powder is banned, but bullets are legal if carried in checked baggage.

                  That means gun owners can't get to their weapons during a flight but can easily retrieve and load them after claiming their checked bags.
                  For this logic to fit, I assume the bullets are seated and crimped into primed casings to make cartridges, which must also contain banned gun powder to work as advertised. They might be trying to say that bulk gun powder is prohibited, but who am I to correct these know-it-alls?

                  http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/...t-guns-n704186
                  Never give the devil a ride. He will always want to drive.

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                    Originally posted by groberts View Post
                    Still no idea how he got ammunition - you definitely cannot check that in your luggage.
                    I do every time I fly. Please don't propagate BS. Read the FAA rules. It can't be in the same locked box with the firearm and must be in a "suitable" container. The original box works nicely.



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                      Wasn't meant to be bs, I thought it was true. But I was wrong and found that you can check some ammo if it is in the original box.
                      Certified Armed Infidel

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                        Not to be insensitive... but this smells of a Red Flag scenario to me ... just too many 'I told you so's' for the anti's lining up......just saying ..
                        Certified Armed Infidel .

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                          The news says the gun case was his only checked bag, so if that's true how did he put a box of ammo in it?

                          I wouldn't laugh off the "government mind control" thing he claimed either.
                          Certified Armed Infidel
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                            My brother went on vac a few years back. Somehow he managed to drop a single 380 cartridge in his bags when packing. He did not carry a gun with him
                            nor did he realize the cartridge was in his bags. Some scanner picked up the bullet and he & wife were detained for about an hour. He said they made a
                            real big deal out of it, and in the end told him how lucky he was.
                            Certified Armed Infidel

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                              Originally posted by PHMadness View Post
                              I do every time I fly. Please don't propagate BS. Read the FAA rules. It can't be in the same locked box with the firearm and must be in a "suitable" container. The original box works nicely.

                              Stoopid phone.
                              Flying with a gun in checked baggage is easy. I always unload the magazines and put the ammo in factory boxes when flying. I put the gun and Benchmade pocket knife in a small safe and cable it to the suitcase.

                              https://www.amazon.com/SnapSafe-7523...apSafe+Lockbox

                              The way I read the TSA rules it allows you to keep the ammo in loaded magazines and to have a magazine in the same lock box as the gun. I think I am going to test that out next time I fly but I will be sure to check the airline rules first. Each airline has different regs.

                              Ammunition
                              Ammunition is prohibited in carry-on baggage, but may be transported in checked baggage.
                              Firearm magazines and ammunition clips, whether loaded or empty, must be securely boxed or included within a hard-sided case containing an unloaded firearm. Read the requirements governing the transport of ammunition in checked baggage as defined by 49 CFR 175.10 (a)(8).
                              Small arms ammunition, including ammunition not exceeding .75 caliber and shotgun shells of any gauge, may be carried in the same hard-sided case as the firearm.
                              https://www.tsa.gov/travel/transport...and-ammunition
                              Last edited by Pond Scum; 01-08-2017, 11:01 AM.

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