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    Body armor laws

    Didn’t quite know where to post this thread.

    I keep some Kevlar panels in my vertx packs. Whenever I travel I always take them out. Always just assumed I wouldn’t be allowed to fly with them or they may be a red flag.

    Curious if anyone flies with bullet proof panels in their packs?

    Thanks!

    Derek


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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek33 View Post
    Didn’t quite know where to post this thread. I keep some Kevlar panels in my vertx packs. Whenever I travel I always take them out. Always just assumed I wouldn’t be allowed to fly with them or they may be a red flag. Curious if anyone flies with bullet proof panels in their packs? Thanks! Derek Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
    Never had an issue in mine through TSA or other security checkpoints, only a few have ever even noticed it.
    Functionally, it's a soft frame sheet. Use that with anyone nosy enough to ask.
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    Body armor is permitted as a carry on item for U.S. domestic flights. I have an SKB 3I-2011 wheeled carry on case for a set of Hesco 3610 Level 3+ composite plates. I don't want them getting tossed around in my checked luggage.

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