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In New York City even obeying the law will not save people from arrest according to a report from John Stossel. Stossel has uncovered an extreme violation of Constitutional rights going on right underneath our noses all throughout New York City airports.

Legal gun owners are being arrested in epidemic proportions.  These are not criminals, nor are they breaking the law in any way.  They are LEGAL gun owners, handling their firearms in a legal manner, following TSA protocol, yet they are STILL being arrested and charged with a felony at the gate.

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Stossel: NYC Government Traumatizes Gun Owners

After every shooting, people say America needs more gun laws. But they don’t know how strict and cruel some current gun laws are. NYC traumatizes legal gun owners from other states:

Posted by John Stossel on Tuesday, August 8, 2017

According to the TSA website, this is the proper procedure for carrying a firearm according to LEGAL specifications –

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You may transport unloaded firearms in a locked hard-sided container as checked baggage only. Declare the firearm and/or ammunition to the airline when checking your bag at the ticket counter. The container must completely secure the firearm from being accessed. Locked cases that can be easily opened are not permitted. Be aware that the container the firearm was in when purchased may not adequately secure the firearm when it is transported in checked baggage.

Here are the ten airports with the most firearms intercepted in 2016:

  1. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL):198
  2. Dallas/Fort Worth International (DFW): 192
  3. George Bush Intercontinental Airport – Houston (IAH):128
  4. Phoenix Sky Harbor International (PHX):101
  5. Denver International (DEN): 98
  6. Orlando International Airport (MCO):86
  7. Nashville International (BNA):80
  8. Tampa International (TPA):79
  9. Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (AUS):78
  10. Salt Lake City International (SLC):75

What makes no sense is that the many of the nation’s most heavily traveled airports are missing from this list — airports like O’Hare International Airport (ORD), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), San Francisco International Airport (SFO), and McCarran International Airport (LAS).

TSA states more than 2 million passengers per day were subjected to a screening last year.  That is a grand total of 738,318,264 passengers.  This is an increase of 43,255,172 from 2015. The TSA is confiscating an average of 9 firearms a day, the vast majority of which belong to legal firearm owners following the procedure laid out on the TSA website.

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466 million checked bags were also screened. Of those screened,  a total of 3,391 firearms were discovered in carry-on bags in airports around the country in 2016. 2,815 or 83% were loaded. That’s a 28% increase in confiscation over 2015’s total of 2,653. Firearms were “intercepted,” according to TSA, “at a total of 238 airports; 2 more airports than last year.”

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