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Due to my traveling nature, I need to find me a travel case that is FAA approved and can handle several international flights while keeping the figures inside in one piece or so. Now, I know the Sabol Division and Battalion cases are both FAA approved, but are they, when full, sturdy enough to handle airline treatment? Or what other options would I have in that regard? I really like their cases, but I want something that's going to survive.
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i have flown through international airports with the standard GW case as a carry on. i do not advise checking your army as they are quite rough with luggage ( as a GT player on another forum found out ) and are not liable for damage. so your best bet is finding out what is a suitable carry on size and go by that the best you can. the only issues i had was that they made me open my case and take it all out so they could make sure the metal was not a bomb or gun or something odd. you try to set up 1500 pts of Tau and explain what it is to the security minions.
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When I travelled back to Guernsey for easter this year I used the £30 GW case, and put it into my luggage. It worked perfectly, and every model arrived perfectly!
Try a camera shop and see what cases they have.
I had 2 metal camera cases and they were solid, you should be able to get lockable ones.
in the one i had space for 3 hammerheads and i think it was 12 battle suits.
I had a few armies shipped, and if packaged propoerly, for the most part in GW/Sabol transport cases, had few problems. Some very large models may need to be disassembled, and superglue can be weakened by extreme temperature changes, but that's about it.
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