Firearms and ports

Discussion in 'Ask An Owner Operator' started by tnc110, Aug 28, 2022.

  1. sbaumann14

    sbaumann14 Road Train Member

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  3. sbaumann14

    sbaumann14 Road Train Member

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    Yeah…no ####. Red river, she (the MP) comes out holding my can of butane I use to refill my cigar lighters. They REALLY freaked when they found my travel humidor as it looks just like a handgun case.
     
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  4. scoobertdoo

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    One of the drivers at my old concrete pumping job tried to go in with pot.
     
  5. W923

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    Just a thought but an old power tool case and a little engineering makes a great gun case that doesn’t stick out. Preferably start with one that says dewalt or Milwaukee or your favorite. Extra points if it looks like it could contain a cordless impact
     
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  6. welldigger00

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    I don’t have to worry about this, I lost all my guns in a tragic boating accident as well. Specifically my AR’s, and my M1A…
     
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  7. 4wayflashers

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    Unless you somehow know there isn’t a heightened alert going on that specific time your entering than you risk getting arrested and truck impounded cause some higher up decided to.
     
  8. scoobertdoo

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    With the volume at ports, no one is looking in every truck.
     
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    Different scenario though, one is regarding sea levels rising which results from the North and South poles melting, the ones that are dropping are the dams and river levels due to lack of sufficient rainfall, although I doubt if they'd have any issues in Texas at the moment. :cool:
     
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  10. RockinChair

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    As someone who lives on the coast of Texas, I can assure you that we're not having any problem with sea levels changing, although most of the state is in a pretty bad drought and needs rain.
     
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