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Old 01-09-2019, 8:20 PM
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Default Anybody fly out from Lindberg field since the shutdown?

Hey SD forum,

Has anybody flown out of Lindbergh with a checked firearm since the shutdown began?

Any delays or issues?

I've usually had a quick and easy experience checking in, filling out the declaration, and flying out but am worried if the shutdown might be affecting this process in terms of delays or worse

Thanks!
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Old 01-10-2019, 12:58 AM
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I have friends that went out on 12/27 and got back on 1/2. They didn't have any problems.
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Old 01-10-2019, 5:31 AM
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I have friends that went out on 12/27 and got back on 1/2. They didn't have any problems.
Awesome, glad to hear!

I just got through and sat down at the gate. Everything felt smooth as usual.
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The “government shutdown” is further proof that we can do without large portions of the bloated federal government and everything will still run smoothly.
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Old 01-11-2019, 6:42 AM
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The “government shutdown” is further proof that we can do without large portions of the bloated federal government and everything will still run smoothly.
Agree 110%
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I’m flying out right now from SAN as I type with a declared firearm. Didn’t take any longer than usual to declare. I did arrive 2 hours before departure. The line for the TSA seems to be affected a little by the shutdown but seems like business as usual.
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Getting ready to fly...

Do they provide you with the declaration form?

How picky are they about the locked hard case?

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Getting ready to fly...

Do they provide you with the declaration form?

How picky are they about the locked hard case?

Thank you


Flew on AA yesterday, discreetly informed the lady at kiosk about firearms checkin. She walked me to a different line; the agent at that line asked me if the weapon is unloaded and locked in a hard case, I have pelican case, and ammo were in their own box. He filled out a little form and I signed it. He then taped it in the hard case, that’s it.

He didn’t even ask me to open the hard case. I waited approximately 15 minutes if TSA would call me but they didn’t.


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The “government shutdown” is further proof that we can do without large portions of the bloated federal government and everything will still run smoothly.
The problem is that it really wasn't a "Shut Down" everybody still went to work, nothing was shut down except for paychecks. So, seeing that everybody was still at work doing their job, there really is not proof that anything will still run smoothly without government services.

This so called shut down was just a pay freeze, unlike when they actually shut down and furloughed DOD employees a couple of years ago.
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