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Travelling with Longoni Case - 01-02-2020, 02:10 PM

I have a Longoni Sultan Case (hard), and am planning to put it in a luggage and check in with airline. Is this a good idea? Did anyone have traveled with Longoni hard case? Thanks for help!
  
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01-02-2020, 05:53 PM

I wouldn't check that unless it was in the cardboard shipping carton it came in.

Carry it on!
  
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01-02-2020, 05:55 PM

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I have a Longoni Sultan Case (hard), and am planning to put it in a luggage and check in with airline. Is this a good idea? Did anyone have traveled with Longoni hard case? Thanks for help!
Checking it in another piece of luggage is what most people do with their cases.

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I wouldn't check that unless it was in the cardboard shipping carton it came in.

Carry it on!
You cant carry it on.
  
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01-02-2020, 05:58 PM

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01-02-2020, 05:58 PM

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Checking it in another piece of luggage is what most people do with their cases.



You cant carry it on.
Yes, right you are, sorry!
  
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01-03-2020, 12:48 AM

You can put a cue case in a larger piece of luggage and check it. Only can use TSA locks on the larger case. You cannot combo lock or key lock a cue case if it is not TSA approved- which locks integral to cue cases are NOT- if they inspect the larger case and your cue case inside is locked - it will be confiscated. I travel with a very cheap cue case inside my checked luggage and only with one of a few cheaper sneaky pete cues. Personally, I would never take a chance and pack a higher end cue or case in a checked bag- just too much of a risk in my own opinion. I believe that more expensive cues and cases should be shipped to you destination prior- just my own risk strategy.
  
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01-03-2020, 04:29 AM

When I fly with anything valuable I check it alongside a pistol. At that point it gets treated specially and the law requires that a lock go on to which ONLY you have a key.



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01-03-2020, 04:55 AM

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When I fly with anything valuable I check it alongside a pistol. At that point it gets treated specially and the law requires that a lock go on to which ONLY you have a key.



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That's an interesting idea, but then you have to deal with the pistol at your destination. Fine if you can carry there. But if you end up landing in NYC or NJ, even through no fault of your own, you will likely end up in jail.
  
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That's an interesting idea, but then you have to deal with the pistol at your destination. Fine if you can carry there. But if you end up landing in NYC or NJ, even through no fault of your own, you will likely end up in jail.
Exactly right. When I would leave the south to go places like Massachusetts and such, I did not use this approach.

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Exactly right. When I would leave the south to go places like Massachusetts and such, I did not use this approach.

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There is a finite, non-zero probability that your plane could land in NYC or NJ, even if that's not on the route plan, or doesn't even seem sensible. Take care! Innocent people have been persecuted and jailed.

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01-03-2020, 05:53 AM

I know a guy that works luggage at the airport and he always has nice cues for sale. Cheap too.


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01-03-2020, 06:01 AM

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Exactly right. When I would leave the south to go places like Massachusetts and such, I did not use this approach.

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This tiny part must use a firearms declaration.

Retrieve your locked hardcase, put this on your keyring and you're golden.
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This tiny part must use a firearms declaration.

Retrieve your locked hardcase, put this on your keyring and you're golden.
What is it?
  
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01-03-2020, 07:20 AM

S&W J-frame firing pin. About the size of a dime.


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S&W J-frame firing pin. About the size of a dime.
Why would you have to declare that as a firearm? As far as I know, the firearm is the frame or receiver - not the parts that go into it.

Gun parts can't be in carry-on bags, must be checked, but don't have to be declared.
  
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