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Old May 6, 2013, 02:00 AM   #6
Ralgha
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Re: TSA cutting locks on cases with declared firearms

I understood the OP as saying his suitcase lock had been cut, not his firearm case lock.

The TSA requires suitcase locks to be TSA approved, which does mean they can unlock them (rendering the lock pointless). If you don't have an approved lock on your suitcase, they can and often will cut it, and they won't call you first when they do.
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