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Re: Airline Carryon

These locks have a TSA code on them and can be opened either with a 
combination or a sepecial tool by the TSA. I got mine from Pelican cases.

At 01:40 PM 7/4/2005, you wrote:
>Are you staying within the States or going overseas?
>Also depends on what airline you are flying.
>If possible carry it as a carry on in a bag that you can store 
>safely in the baggage area above the seats.
>Important note:
>CARRY two copies of your Amateur Radio License and whne asked for 
>any documentation
>SHOW IT to the TSA officials!
>Also you will not be permitted to carry any cable at all as a carry 
>on, so just try and take
>the power cable (Im not familiar with the 857 if it has a AC supply or not!)
>If it does, just attach it to the radio in the carry on bag and if 
>asked to power it up
>do so. If it doesn't have an AC supply then put any cables in your 
>checked baggage
>By the way, there is no such thing as a approved TSA locks for your baggage!
>Who ever told you that is lying. You are not supposed to lock your 
>bags anymore
>73 de Mike
>40m op of V26B (Team Antigua)
>FDNY    All Gave Some
>9-11-01  Some Gave All
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