Outdoor Life Online Editor

In a very disturbing press release, Air Canada just announced that beginning June 1, the airline will charge a one-way fee of $65 (Canadian funds) to check firearms on their planes. As this point in time, it’s unclear if this pertains to each firearm, or to a gun case containing two.

Another new Air Canada regulation requires that the firearm must be inhibited from being fired by using a secure, locking device mechanism on the weapon. In other words, just being unloaded with the bolt out of the gun is not enough!

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