TSA Approved Gun case

TSA Approved Gun case

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    TSA Approved Gun case

    I am looking for a TSA Approved gun case that will fit in my suitcase that will hold my broken down AR-15.

    Does anyone know of a case like that?

    I just don't want it to look like a gun case!
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    Take a look at Pelican cases.
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    TSA approved gun case

    Hi Timmy Jimmy...you can check out the store in Kentucky they got a lot of gun cases that suits for every gun owner.
    A Shotgun Cases can help preserve the life of your great grandpa's shotgun or rifle after you have spent that time cleaning it and oiling her down to protect her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shotguncase4 View Post
    Hi Timmy Jimmy...you can check out the store in Kentucky they got a lot of gun cases that suits for every gun owner.
    Uh... what store?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy Jimmy View Post
    I just don't want it to look like a gun case!
    That's a strange condition (for a gun case). What are you afraid of?

    If you're afraid of theft, you needn't be. The very last thing a baggage handler wants is prison time. Besides, if you join the NRA you get all kinds of free insurance just for signing up. A rifle case can't be concealed, and there isn't any value because its so hard to sell. It's less hassle and less suspicious since nobody is surprised to see a gun on X-ray when the bag is a rifle case. The reverse case is just the opposite. Your bag will be opened and hand-screened, repeatedly, without you present.

    Furthermore, the fact of the weapon creates hi-vi signage and chain of custody documentation. Nobody is going to take your gun. It may be precious to you but if baggage guys want to risk prison and loss of a sweet, overpaid union job with pensions and benefits, there are much bigger prizes to be had with much less risk, that fit in a pocket.

    Besides that, if it looks like a gun, the baggage guys won't toss it around like they do everything else...rule #1...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd AMEN View Post
    Uh... what store?
    His signature line has a link in it.
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    How about the traditional Violin Case.............

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    I believe they just need to be hard sided and lockable as for their requirment. Finding something that will fit a broke down AR and still fit inside your suitcase may be a problem. As mentioned, check out Pelican cases.

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    You may have to find a suitcase that will fit over a break down shotgun case that your upper will fit into. Check on the particular airline's ammo requirements, too.
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