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Old 06-06-2018, 05:16 PM
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I bought a 32” bag and I wrap my cue case in a blankie that I take with me like Linus. How bout that Canopy? 40+
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Old 06-06-2018, 08:03 PM
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I’m having a custom three piece carbon fiber cue made to fit my carry on bag. I guess I’ll find out if it passes thru TSA.
I guess you could also use the resin/glass pins?
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Old 06-06-2018, 09:01 PM
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I personally would not trust my cue to the airlines. At cue show events, I pack them up and ship them via UPS or FedEx to my hotel The cost is high ~ $75-100 depending on the value. But, they have always arrived safe. When I went to Florida, I shipped 8 cues to friend of mine in Orlando 2 days before I was to leave. I confirmed that he got the cues before I took off. Anyway, that's the way I do it.
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Old 06-06-2018, 09:25 PM
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I personally would not trust my cue to the airlines. At cue show events, I pack them up and ship them via UPS or FedEx to my hotel The cost is high ~ $75-100 depending on the value. But, they have always arrived safe. When I went to Florida, I shipped 8 cues to friend of mine in Orlando 2 days before I was to leave. I confirmed that he got the cues before I took off. Anyway, that's the way I do it.
this is probably the best way
ship your cues ahead of your trip
but i have put my jb rugged case with tsa locks into a duffle bag
and never had any problems
once there was a note to say they opened my cue case but all was intact when i arrived
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Old 06-06-2018, 10:38 PM
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Default Flying with cues question

I fly a lot on business and miss the days when I could carry on my cue. So far lucky only once in maybe 200 trips did my cues get left behind. Got them that night but I was stressed. I fly with my back up set. It would hurt but not as devastating as losing my prime and the rest of my gear.

I travel with rugged case which is inside a travel case. “Double Bag” my stuff.


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Old 06-08-2018, 04:24 AM
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i dont knoe if it has been mentioned, but the key for me for getting out of sime binds was pack the cues good in your checked bag, which is big hopefully. then carry the empty case with you on board. that way you dont have to use up one entire checked bag allowance with your case.
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