Re: TSA cutting locks on cases with declared firearms
Originally Posted by Plumbnut
The TSA requires that all locks used be approved. That means ones they can open. If they cant open it they will cut it off. Same with any other bag you check.
However, spreading medication throughout the baggage is not part of any TSA regulation.
I also don't think that "TSA approved" = accessible by TSA. It just means that they are a secure lock so that others will mot be able to gain "easy" access to the firearm.
Last edited by allaroundhunter; May 6, 2013 at 01:01 AM.