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Good advice if you want to take your gun somewhere you’re flying:

Say “I need to declare a firearm”.   Saying “I have a gun” will not get you the response that you’re looking for from the TSA agents.

LOL yea no kidding.

Make sure you take a look at the official The TSA Traveling With Special Items – Firearms And Ammunition page for the official rules and to keep up on any changes.

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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

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OldladyGunSupressor

Ever wanted to know what the regulations were from state to state when travelling with a gun?

Dustin from Dustin’s Gun Blog has a great list of links he complied that will help you out – HERE

There is even a sweet looking iPhone app.

Travel Safe… Travel Armed… (Damn that was good, I should copyright that motto :P)

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