This is a discussion on odd experience at airport within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Mtbiker I almost always buy a gun mag at the airport and then read it on the plane. If they sell it ...
This is funny. I am sitting in an airport in California right this moment typing this. I have my back to a corner so no one can see. But I have surfed these sites in an airport resturant too. Sometimes I do think about someone freaking though. But not enough to not do it anyway! LOL Funny!
However with you my money is on some anti doing it to you for kicks.
Everybody's on edge because of VT, I doubt it was a policy.
Like many others of us, a few gun magizenes were always included in my carry-on. Never had a problem, other than having to share them with a few other passengers. The only real gun related problem was on one long flight, I substituted my regular carry-on bag for my larger range bag (more pockets, better padding). That bag was pulled out and throughly searched at DFW, Atlanta, NYC, and twice in Frankfurt. I assume their "sniffer machine" was detecting powder residue. The security for El AL required it to be included with the checked luggage. I guess it's better to be ultra careful, than have a repeat of 911.
I think I'm going to use this one as my next carry on bag:
They sell gun related magazines in the airport already past security.
If security did their job there would be no fear of you having a gun.
If you were an Imam praying before your flight they would not say anything to you in fear of a lawsuit.
Next time someone is looking over your shoulder at your laptop;
give them something to really look at and visit this site.
Careful big brother watching! Our country is going to hell!