[amsat-bb] Re: Elk antenna as carry on luggage?
Rick - WA4NVM
wa4nvm at comcast.net
Sat Feb 20 14:18:17 PST 2010
I would NOT bet on it. I gave the tech test to a couple of TSA agents two
I can call them and see what they say. Anything that you could stick
someone with is
probably a no no.
Have fun next month in EL84,
> As long as it fits inside your regulation size carry on bag.
> On 20-Feb-10 20:00, Mark L. Hammond wrote:
>> Anybody know for sure if an Elk antenna is an acceptable carry on luggage
>> item? Disassembled, and rolled up in a bag, for example.
>> Or am I going to have to check it in?
>> Mark L. Hammond [N8MH]
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