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Old June 2, 2012, 09:52 AM   #5
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Make sure your bag is locked with a TSA accessable lock so that it can be opened without them needing to cut off the lock if they do decide to inspect it once it's checked. This lets them relock it... which is what you definately want.
I use anything BUT a TSA lock on my firearm. They inspect it before it's sent to the back, so there's no reason for them to open it again. If they need to reopen it, they come find you.

Q. What is the proper lock that I should use to secure my hard-sided firearms case?
A. Travelers can use a single key or combination lock to which only the traveler has the key or combination, or a TSA-recognized lock. For more information about traveling with firearms, please read our Firearms and Ammunition Web page.
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