You can not carry a
firearm and /or ammunition on your person or in your Cabin baggage. At
the security check-point if any such item is detected in your cabin
baggage or on your person you may be criminally prosecuted. The
firearm/ammunition may be seized for investigation and if necessary used
as evidence during prosecution. Depending upon the circumstances and
other available facts, the screener or the police officer will decide
whether you need to be prosecuted or at the least, allowed to consult
with the airlines for possible assistance in placing the
firearm/ammunition in your Regd. Baggage. In any case you will not be
allowed to carry these items in the cabin.
You can carry your authorized or licensed firearm and/or ammunition in
the hold baggage after taking the following steps.
You must carry a valid
license or authorization for carriage of firearm and/or ammunition.
Firearm must be
unloaded and packed separately from the ammunition. The screener
will check to ensure it. Ammunition should not be carried in loose
form and it should be in the proper package. There are restrictions
on the quantity of ammunition that can be carried. Please check with
your agent or airlines.
If you are a sportsman
travelling to participate in some shooting event and thereby carrying
more than one licensed firearm and/or ammunition more than 50 rounds,
you must carry evidence to establish your identity and bonafide of such
carriage of arms and ammunition. The evidence can be a photo I.D. issued
by a Government agency or the sponsoring Sports Club, and a written
document from the President or Secretary of the Sports Club sponsoring
you for the shooting event. Before clearing you, the screener will
require these proofs.