Oh you are definitely correct! I know about airports, I worked at them all over the country for 33 years. Each Airline can set their own guidelines, and then they must meet TSA guidelines also. Including a check by TSA of your checked firearm, after the airline does their check. So check it out in advance with the airline.paulrabe78 said:Be careful with the airline thing. Ignorance is not bliss there, it's a felony. If you do it right there will be no problems. Make sure to contact them before hand and get instruction. Do not, I repeat DO NOT!! try to carry your gun in the airport.
Checked baggage only and pre-arranged with the airline's specific rules. No guns in the cabin unless you are a Marshall. I know Delta has info on our public web site as to what procedures you need to follow to pack your firearm in baggage..(Yes you can take a gun on an airplane, but just not carry on or concealed) You contact the airline for their rules, and the TSA gets involved too, when your at the airport.
Can not be said enough, My CCW instructor is a pilot for the same airline, and a gun carrying pilot at that. We did discuss this at lenght, but you need to know the individual rules for your airline, and airport prior to arrival at the airport.airwrench said:Checked baggage only and pre-arranged with the airline's specific rules. No guns in the cabin unless you are a Marshall. I know Delta has info on our public web site as to what procedures you need to follow to pack your firearm in baggage..
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Colorado is one of those states. It is the same for the Florida permit.Robby said:Well I have heard some states will only accept the Utah, if you have a resident address in Utah. So check the laws before you carry in any state beyond your home state.