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Old 12-27-2004
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Airline Security Take Equipment!

I thought I might set off a few alarms by bringing my skydiving rig as carry on baggage.It has a hook knife for cutting lines.I will remove it.Otherwise,the rig itself is not a weapon,it can not be used as a weapon, it is not dangerous, and neither am I.
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Airline Security Take Equipment!

If I remember way back when we use to remove the valves from our scuba bail out bottles to get them on any flight. We worked as commercial divers and had to fly to diffrent jobs and they would not let the thing on a flight sealed up. So if you take even a thing as small as a Co2 cartrage and fill it with explosive well you could bring down about any thing that flys as long as you were dealing with a pressurised hull. So you may see why they did this. I have no problem with most of the security on the airlines as long as they don''t start checking us at the border of states or counties ect.Transportation needs security always has always will and as it advances so will security,so strip down and smile.
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