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Re: Airline Carryon



I've never had problems but make sure there are good batteries in it as 
they may ask you to switch it on.

sco@sco-inc.com wrote:

> Has anyone had any problem with a HF radio in your carry-on bag?  I 
> want to take my Ft-857D with me. Debating about wrapping it in bubble 
> wrap and putting it in my checked bag (locked with TSA approved lock) 
> or taking it in my carry-on.
>
> Les
> W4SCO


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