In most US States, firearms and ammunition may be transported legally if they are unloaded, cased, and locked in the automobile trunk or otherwise inaccessible to the driver or any passenger. Once you reach your destination, state and local law will govern the ownership, possession, and transportation of your firearms.
Griffin & Howe has always been keen to assist our clients who travel abroad with their firearms. Travelers, who are not familiar with the rules and regulations, may run in to problems processing their firearms either at the airport here in the US or through customs in their destination country. Our staff tries to stay up to date with both airline and national regulations and can aid our clients in what will be needed to travel without delays or complications.
|· British Airways
|· Delta Airlines
As for travel to a specific country, the laws and regulations regarding what is required for you to be able to bring your firearms to that country vary tremendously. We highly recommend that you speak to the outfitter or agent that you are booking your trip thru to find out what licenses and permits you will need to bring your firearms into that country.