Are you planning a big out-of-state hunting trip? Before you travel with your gun, you need to make sure you are following the rules:
- Check the Law – Whether you are traveling to our location in South Carolina or going to another state, it’s vital that you check the laws before you accidentally bring your gun to an area that does not allow it. You can look up the local laws online or even contact the lodge you are visiting to make sure your gun can be used in the area.
- Invest in a Good Gun Case – You can fly with a gun, but it has to be checked and declared before you can get it on a plane. Do some research and make sure you invest on a locked gun case that will pass the TSA rules. If it’s very sturdy and can only be opened by you, then you are choosing the right gun case.
- Unload Your Gun – It doesn’t matter if you are driving or flying, your gun should never be loaded before you travel with it. Ammunition can be checked in baggage, but you need to make sure that magazines, clips, and other ammo accessories are bolted in your case.
Travel down to the Cedar Knoll Hunting Lodge to go on one of our guided hunting trips. Our business is dedicated to providing you with a unique hunting experience you won’t find at other locations in South Carolina.