Good idea posting the link. I encourage all to print it and take it with you any time you're travelling with a weapon. Also find and print the airlines rules as well. Not all of the airline employees know the rules and it saves time being able to provide a print out.
I have always been afraid to try this. i am sure it is no big deal, but i am afraid of getting stuck at the airport and missing my flight. Hopefully, NV will soon accept TN handgun permits. My wife and i frequently go to Las Vegas and Reno. I would be willing to try it, if they accepted my permit.
I've traveled with my CCW many times and haven't run into any real delays or problems at all. I find that there is a lot of variation in the procedures that the airline and security people follow but I've never been harassed or treated badly.
I almost consider it a duty to bring my CCW when I travel where I can legally carry because it helps the airline and TSA folks become accustomed to dealing with us friendly gun people. We are like the ambassadors or the RKBA.
Last time I visited my Grandma in florida I left my pistol at home, to avoid the complications of the airline ordeal. When I was there I kept hearing about the armed robberies and shootings, and I really wished I'd brought it. Next time it's coming with me, there is no question.
I take a weapon everytime I travel - just to get them used to it.
Last time, checking in at about 10pm at PBI, I got a bit of a hassle from the Delta clerks. When I opened my weapon case and showed them my NAA Mini-revolver, they started laughing. Said that thing wouldn't even suffice to throw at someone.
Since that was all I could carry where I was going, I avoided any provocative statements like asking for a volunteer.