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PSA-Flying with Firearm PARTS? Don’t EVEN!

We at TFB realize the substantial work that the Transportation Security Administration does to protect the skies above the United States, on a 24/7 basis. However, the frustrations and tribulations of one being passionate about firearms can cause concerns at the airport. We’ve covered flying with actual firearms very thoroughly in a post about a […] Read More … The post PSA-Flying with Firearm PARTS? Don’t EVEN! appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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