After the tragic shooting at the Fort Lauderdale airport, many questions have been raised by liberal anti-gun Democrats. Among those questions is the one about why a person is allowed to carry a gun in checked luggage. TSA is trying to address that question.
Friday’s shooting at the Ft. Lauderdale airport raises questions to the legality of guns inside South Carolina airports.
At Charleston International Airport, concealed weapons are not allowed. A sign is posted on the front door of the airport.
However, those wishing to travel with a gun may do so if it is checked with luggage.