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How to Safely Travel With Guns

Did you know you can take your gun along with you on a plane as checked luggage? When doing so, there are specific rules to follow. Below, we’re going to go over all you need to know to ensure you’re safely traveling with your gun.

Blow Molded Cases

Since you can never bring a gun onto a plane, unless you’re a law enforcement officer, you’ll want to get a good case to store your weapon. When checking your firearm onto a plane, store it in a hard-sided container. Our blow molded cases are the best option for proper TSA-approved storage.

Be mindful of the lock you’re using. The TSA requires that you be the only person with access to the combination or key to open your case.

What about your ammunition? Shotgun shells and ammunition less than .75 calibers are allowed on planes as long as they’re in checked baggage. Loose ammunition will not pass TSA inspection. Package them according to airline regulations. We suggest leaving ammunition in the manufacturer’s box.

You can claim your gun at the main ticket counter at the airport. TSA will inspect the case to ensure it meets all proper guidelines. TSA will provide you with a firearms declaration form which you will fill out and leave in your blow-molded case along with your gun. Those in possession of a checked weapon without the declaration form face felony charges.

custom cases

When looking for custom cases for your gun, let us be your first call. We specialize in blow molded cases.

 

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615 Sherwood Parkway
Mountainside, NJ 07092
(908) 687-1750