Traveling by plane? You absolutely cannot pack these 115 items in your carry-on.

Check this list before getting in line at Logan Airport's security checkpoint.

Passengers wait in line at a security checkpoint at Logan International Airport
Passengers wait in line at a security checkpoint at Logan Airport in 2017. –Michael Dwyer/AP Photo

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) found 45 handguns at security checkpoints in New England airports in 2018, up from 29 the year before.

Firearms are one of more than 100 items banned from carry-on luggage, according to the TSA. Did you know you can’t pack gel-type candles in your carry-on? Or a foam toy sword? Or a Magic 8 Ball? If you need to brush up on what you can and can’t carry onto the plane during your next vacation, here’s a list of the 115 items the TSA says are a no-no.

Aerosol insecticide
Alcoholic beverages that are over 140 proof
Ammunition
Arc, plasma, and electronic lighters
Axes and hatchets
Bang snaps
Baseball bat
BB guns
Bear bangers
Bear spray
Billy club
Blackjack self-defense weapon
Blasting caps
Bowling pins
Bows and arrow
Box cutter
Brass knuckles
Butane
Canoe/kayak paddles
Cap gun
Cast iron cookware
Cattle prod
Chlorine for pools and spas
CO2 cartridge
Compressed air gun
Cooking spray
Corkscrew with a blade
Cricket bat
Crowbar
Darts
Drills and drill bits
Dynamite
Engine-powered equipment completely purged of fuel
Engine-powered equipment with residual fuel
English Christmas crackers
Fertilizer
Fire extinguishers and other compressed gas cylinders
Firearms
Firecrackers
Fireworks
Flammable liquid, gel, or aerosol paint
Flammable paints
Flare gun
Flares
Foam toy sword
Fuels
Gas torch
Gasoline
Gel heating pad
Gel-type candles
Golf clubs
Gun lighter
Gun powder
Hammer
Hand grenade
Hiking poles
Hockey stick
Ice axes and ice picks
Kirpan
Knives
Kubatons
Lacrosse stick
Lighter fluid
Liquid bleach
Magic 8 Ball
Mallet
Martial arts weapons
Meat cleaver
Nail gun
Night stick
Nunchucks
Parts of guns and firearms
Party poppers
Pellet gun
Pepper spray
Pocket knife
Pool cue
Propane
Rainbow flame crystals
Razor-type blades
Realistic replicas of explosives
Realistic replicas of firearms
Realistic replicas of incendiaries
Recreational oxygen
Rifle
Rocket launcher
Saber
Safety razor with blades (without blades is allowed)
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (and here’s why)
Saw
Screwdriver (longer than 7 inches)
Self-defense sprays
Shoe/snow spikes
Ski poles
Slingshot
Small compressed gas cartridges
Snow cleats
Sparklers
Spear gun
Spillable batteries
Spray paint
Spray starch
Starter pistol
Strike-anywhere matches
Stun guns/shocking devices
Swiss army knife
Sword
Tactical pen
Tear gas
Tent spikes and poles
Throwing stars
Torch lighter
Turpentine and paint thinner
Vehicle airbag
Walking stick

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When it comes to the following 13 items, you should check with your airline before heading through security with them, according to the TSA:

Bicycles
Brass instruments
Drones
Dry ice
Emergency position-indicating radio beacons (EPIRB)
Hoverboards
Live lobsters
Metal detector
Microwave
Segways
Small pets
Solar panels
Tent

If you have a question about whether you can carry an item on a flight, you can take a picture of the item and ask TSA on Facebook Messenger or Twitter.