Dope. How about vape cartridges?
Because of the restrictions on liquids, if you’re packing vape cartridges make sure you have less than 3 ounces. Again, the TSA looks for liquids, C-4, and crossbows. The TSA does not look for weed. If they are searching your bag, chances are you left something else in there you shouldn’t have. This is when they will discover your weed accidentally, at which point they’ll have no choice but to take it even though it’s not what they went in there looking for. So don’t pack a vape pen that looks like a grenade or something.
Thrillist reached Heath Montgomery, the senior public information officer at Denver International Airport, for his two cents on dimebag traffic. “Generally, the airport has a policy that prohibits the possession, consumption, etc. of any marijuana products on airport property,” Montgomery says. “When a person is found to have marijuana on them (an amount legal under Colorado law) at the TSA checkpoints, a Denver police officer typically explains the airport’s rules and asks the passenger to dispose of the marijuana. To date … every single person who has been contacted about this has voluntarily complied with our request and either taken it home or thrown it away. The TSA only contacts a handful of people -- out of millions -- about marijuana each year. The numbers have been so small that the police no longer track these contacts.
“Basically, people seem to be well informed that it is illegal under federal law to fly with marijuana, and that the airport prohibits the possession of any amount of marijuana, and the vast majority of travelers are simply not bringing it to the airport.”
Do what you will with that information.