Originally Posted by Kokanee
Thanks for posting your experience up Jay; however I'm disappointed to hear that Westjet didn't follow their own policy. All that should have been required was to fill out a "firearms declaration" form and boom you're done. It's not the airline's place to determine what is and what isn't an "acceptable" firearm.
Doesn't that open a can of worms though, using a form that describes the device as a firearm? Just curious.
Actually WestJet was pretty nonchalant about it, it was the baggage check guys who were plopping bricks...