As PT said, go to the terminal. FedEx (my employer) happily ships firearms, but everything is a little different at the FedEx-Kinko's storefronts (which are not franchises, by the way). It may or may not be against company regs for those locations to accept guns, but most of the employees there will not want to deal with them and quite possibly won't even know how. They're primarily copy monkeys with rudimentary shipping knowledge. Heck, even some of their "shipping specialists" leave a lot to be desired. And don't even bother with the independent Mailboxes Etc. type places. All bets are off at those joints. Your best bet is with the pros. I'm not a loyal company type guy, but I really must urge you to send your weapon either FedEx or UPS. The USPS is just so shady that I refuse to send anything of any value through them. Theft of mail by postal personnel is rampant in my area.