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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by James Bertolini, Oct 9, 2018.
Hi'guy's What's the scoop on ammo on the airlines now . Can you have 50 or 100 ct. box's.
Its best to check with your airline. Federal regulations are one thing and a carrier's rules are another. They are not always the same.
Hi' Thank's. I will check it out.
last time I flew Alaska airlines they wanted all ammo in factory boxes so the caliber and quantity was noted on the box---so I put my reloads in a factory cardboard box rather than the normal plastic boxes i usually use--not sure if its really a regulation or not, just want to make it go as smooth as possible so I try to abide by all the airlines rules no matter how ridiculous they sound
Hi'THat's kind of what I heard.
Get some Avery Labels and make up a name. List the caliber and bullet weight. Stick these on the plain white cardboard cartridge boxes available from MidwayUSA, I use the 20 round boxes when traveling.
I made up the following labels going to RSA:
El Crappo Brand
.30-06 Springfield, 180 Gr Nosler Partitions
Winchester brass, CCI primers
Went through RSA Customs and their Police registration without issue.
Made the same labels up for Norther Quebec near the arctic circle, except those were Caribou Crushers
Hi' guy's thank's for all the info.
I was just reviewing this myself.
I asked. It definitely is a regulation. It says something like fiber containers. There is also a weight limit. I think it’s 11 lbs. you will need to check both faa regulations and the regulations if the airline your flying w.