Originally Posted by Styrak
Yup, put it in a cardboard box, or if it already has the original gun box, turn it inside out and wrap it in paper or newspaper so that no gun pictures or text are showing through.
Either way secure it inside the box so it isnt banging around, and use lots of tape to package it up on the outside.
that works. or you can do what airsoftparts.ca does. they shred alot of flyers to insulate and muffle the sound. and write "toys" or "tools" on the declaration sheet. hope that helps...