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74th firearm found at BNA this year

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The loaded pistol is the 74th firearm found at Nashville International Airport this year. (Source: TSA) The loaded pistol is the 74th firearm found at Nashville International Airport this year. (Source: TSA)
NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) -

The TSA discovered a loaded handgun at the Nashville International Airport checkpoint on Thursday.

Officials said the loaded Ruger .380 caliber pistol was discovered in a passenger’s carry-on bag around 11 a.m.

The TSA alerted police, who took possession of the pistol and cited the passenger.

This is the 74th firearm discovered at the airport’s security checkpoint this year. A total of 59 firearms were found at BNA in 2015.

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