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Old Today, 06:43 PM   #1
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Are two locked cases required when flying with guns for Delta?

I ask because I've seen on their website http://www.delta.com/content/www/en_....html#shooting under "shooting items" section towards the bottom that it only says one locked hard sided container is needed but I've also seen a video on youtube where activist Adam Kokesh had to buy a second hard sided container to keep the firearm in and needed two total saying it was their policy. Has this changed does anyone know because it appears only one is needed? Also does the ammo need to be in a locked container as well since I see that is to be kept separate? Thanks and much appreciated.
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Old Today, 09:36 PM   #2
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I would pick up the phone and call Delta directly. If their website does not have the correct information I am sure they will tell you. The information you get from them is likely to be more accurate than a U tube video.
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Old Today, 09:37 PM   #3
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No. I have to fly Delta because they're one of the only airlines that fly non-stop from where I live to a couple other places I travel routinely.

Firearm in locked hard-case (NOT TSA locks) inside checked bag w/TSA locks. Ammo in factory boxes.

Of course, now that Alaska flies direct routes to where I want to go, I probably won't ever fly Delta again ... not a fan of their service.
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