TSA finds 84mm weapons in luggage in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (ValleyCentral) – Officials from the San Antonio Transportation Security Administration found an 84mm weapon in a man’s luggage on Monday.

The TSA said in a tweet that the weapon was not declared, which is a requirement when traveling with firearms.

According to the TSA website, a person may carry an unloaded firearm in a “lockable hard container” as checked baggage, and the firearm or ammunition must be declared.

“Bringing an unloaded firearm with available ammunition into a checkpoint carries the same administrative penalty/fine as bringing a loaded firearm into a checkpoint,” the statement said.

The TSA did not provide details on whether the person was charged or fined.

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