glock fan wrote:What's "laggage:????
It's what I experienced on this site before we moved to the new host.
Car Knocker wrote:explosive swab test
Isn't this dangerous? Do they have to wear that special bomb-squad suit? What if it destroys your laggage?
gramps wrote:Is there anything different I should know about checking a rifle? I might pick up a .22 my dad has when I'm visiting over Memorial day. I'll buy a locking case while I'm there and fly back with it, but only if it's not too much of a hassle. From what I've heard, it's pretty straightforward.
gramps wrote:Is there anything different I should know about checking a rifle?
mom of 3 angels wrote:Most airlines are charging $25 for a second checked bag--just information for those who need to pack ammo separate from the firearm or planning on taking a long gun in its own case separate from other luggage.
mom of 3 angels wrote:The guy behind me in line said they shouldn't give me any hassle, it's harder to get a CFP than a DL anyway, but they were not deterred. Oh well. Didn't happen on the return flight from Baton Rouge--they decided it was a state issued permit, so was as good as a DL to them and didn't make me any more of a threat to their airport.
glock fan wrote:Although FAA and TSA regulations allow ammo to be included with firearms, many airlines require them to be packed seperately.
Outsider wrote:I'll be flying Southwest next month so I'll check it out. I was told to just say, "I need to check a bag" and then if asked further say, "I need to check a firearm" but use the first first. That was from Mike at Action Target who flies all over the place.
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