I keep hoping I am hearing wrong but it would appear you are adopting a policy which precludes not only sharp objects - in itself not so unusual these days I guess but - also it would seem no firearms in checked baggage.
I do not fly with you but if this is your policy I can assure I never will. Is this a safety measure? Is it supposed to save lives? I hardly think so. How is checked baggage a risk to flight passengers?
I am an American Citizen, holding a current PA CCW - and to achieve this have been cleared though background checks. Should I decide to travel to another state where I also have legal status to carry a firearm, I would wish to have said firearm with me on my travels. I am what is ubiquitously known as, a ''good guy''.
I can thus far only construe your apparent policy as being one of total anti gun paranoia. An attempt to achieve control of law abiding people and better deny them a means of self defence.
I would remind you that criminals have and use guns regardless of laws and restrictions, whereas law abiding people such as myself seem to be the target of unscupulous do-gooders, mistakenly assuming that by imposing their own control on guns makes for a suddenly much safer place.
Coming back to no guns in checked baggage, I should be more than interested to hear your rationale for such a decision. Right now I am at a loss to understand it at all.