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Dominguez, 47, of Orange, said he went to the Los Angeles airport to pick up a friend from Baltimore on Friday. They intended to go target shooting at an outdoor range in San Bernardino County.
As Dominguez entered the airport's ring road, his truck was pulled over for inspection. Dominguez says he knew police would want to look inside the locked cover of the truck bed so he got out, opened it and declared that he had firearms there.
Originally posted by evilod
I am not aware if the firearms and ammunition restrictions for checked baggage also apply to just having them on airport property, but if I am not mistaken, firearms and ammunition are acceptable as checked baggage at US airports. However, there are laws restricting how much and how they are packed.
Originally posted by Sonya610
in Georgia your vehicle is like your home, you don't even need a permit to have a loaded gun in the car.
[edit on 11-1-2009 by Sonya610]
Originally posted by The Last Man on Earth
I may have missed this, but what law has he transgressed, exactly? I failed to see it in the article...