PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh International Airport set a record when the 35th gun of this calendar year was confiscated.

TSA officers say a Marion County, West Virginia man was caught trying to bring a 9 mm loaded handgun through the security checkpoint on Monday.

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This gun was the 35th taken by TSA officers at the Pittsburgh airport this year. In 2018, 34 guns were confiscated. In 2017: 32.

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The TSA says an officer saw the gun in a man’s carry-on while it was going through the x-ray machine. Allegheny County Police were called in and detained the main for questioning.

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Even those with concealed carry permits can’t bring guns onto planes in their carry-on bags, the TSA explained.