It’s that time of year. Hunts are happening across the West and that means traveling with our weapons. A lot of people prefer to drive to their out-of-state hunting trip, but that isn’t always possible, so, for those situations, you need to transport your firearm or bow on an airplane. Traveling with a weapon isn’t very complicated, but there are certain precautions you need to take and resources you should check out well before you fly out to your next hunt. Every year, I fly to at least one of my hunting destinations. Most years it’s my annual trip to Montana and flying with a firearm is a breeze in my opinion. Below are some direct blocks of information from TSA on transporting a firearm and also some general tips I’ve learned over the years when flying across the US. Keep in mind that it’s always best to check with your airline before you fly to see if they have changed any of the firearm regulations or security requirements. Also, if you’re flying internationally, you need to check the U.S. Customs and Border Protection website for information and requirements prior to travel. Note: With muzzleloaders growing in popularity, you need to know that you cannot fly with loose bl...