Pack a Gun to Protect Valuables from Airline Theft or Loss

Most of the time, travelers are on the short-end of TSA regulations. In this instance, however, you can use travel rules to your advantage. If you’re traveling with equipment you would prefer locked up and watched more closely than your run of the mill luggage, you can pack a firearm with the equipment or luggage.

Whether or not you own an actual firearm isn’t important—the TSA considers a starter pistol a firearm, and it must be checked in and secured properly.

Something to consider.  It sounds like it just might work!

Source – Lifehacker



raks January 20, 2010 at 06:02 pm

I have totally done this in Canada. Works great, luggage is handled carefully and left at ‘special services’ counter, sometimes means no waiting for bags!!

Admin (Mike) January 21, 2010 at 02:54 am

That’s awesome. I’m definitely going to have to try it then.

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