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Old March 1, 2013, 11:53 AM   #2
Willie Sutton
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Join Date: January 26, 2012
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Cased in a hard case.

You retain the only key.

You walk up to the ticket counter and say these exact words: "I have a checked item to declare".

They will hand you a form, you fill it out, it's placed with the case, and it's checked as baggage.

You claim it at the other side and go home.

You need to be legal at both ends of the trip. The onus is on you, not the airline, to ensure this.

I transport firearms regularly via airline and have never had a problem. Actual mileage may vary.


One more tip... Fly Southwest, they are the easiest ones to deal with in my experience. Might be the Texas-Attitude that they have everyplace.


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