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Old May 15, 2022, 06:21 AM   #7
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Definitely make sure you are in the right with TSA/airline policy, especially out of Vegas.
^^^^^most definitely this^^^^^

It is up to you to know what, if any additional requirements there may be if the firearm transfers anywhere along the air route. Don't assume the airline itself is going to know all the proper procedures for forwarding the firearm and the paperwork. One little slip up in proper documentation going all the way through to the destination and the firearm(s) could be gone forever with no remuneration to you worst case scenario. Happened to a friend with two of his best rifles (which I also happened to love to shoot).
"Everyone speaks gun."--Robert O'Neill
I am NOT an expert--I do not have any formal experience or certification in firearms use or testing; use any information I post at your own risk!
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