Hello, got some questions for Colorado residents or those who have traveled to Colorado recently, Denver in particular.
First, I’m flying in (with my handgun) from Texas on southwest (possibly, still need to finish setting up the trip) I already know the details for my home airport. But what I want to know is what the check in procedures are like over in Denver airport. Is there a baggage screening machine next to the ticket counter? or would it be “behind the scenes”? Would southwest take you to a room where the tsa will screen your bags? That’s what I would like to know as this information will help me with my planning.
Second question: (yes I have read the USCCA gun laws for Colorado) can someone give an example of a sign in Colorado prohibiting firearms that is valid? I know that it was mentioned that the no weapons signs do not have force of law, in other words violating the sign is not a criminal offense, but there are some places that would not be the case like a government building for example. I guess what I’m trying to ask is how to determine whether the sign is a valid sign to respect or ignore so to speak.
If you need me to clarify anything, please let me know.
Thank you in Advance.