Originally Posted by NJR 100
"Norwegian carries sporting guns for hunting and competitions, but only on condition that the bolt (or the stock in the case of rifles) are removed and carried separately from the gun itself. Up to five kilos of ammunition may be transported providing this is packed in the unopened, original packaging. Weapons may only be transported in checked-in baggage. You must advise check-in personnel if you are travelling with weapons and ammunition."
so we all have to carry our stocks on the plane?
might be worth a phone call to check?
Been there, done that...as long as you explain that an air rifle's mechansim is not the same as a rim/centrefire, and that it is an "air" rifle you should not have a problem..
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