One reason to own firearms is so that your stuff doesn't get stolen. So what about when you fly? What protects your stuff there?
Via Billy Ockham, we find this very interesting talk (from a security conference, no less) on how to check your guns with the airlines in a way that neither the Airline nor the TSA can get access to the locked container. Of course, you've cleverly sized the container so that your valuable stuff rides along with the gun.
Deviant Ollam - Packing & The Friendly Skies from Deviant Ollam on Vimeo.
Language warning - there's the usual sort of mild profanity commonly heard at the less "corporate" security conferences.
A lot of folks already knew this, but the talk is particularly informative and entertaining. It's also a window into the security culture that I swim in - there's quite a strong focus on risk analysis and technical mitigations, as well as a quite obvious pleasure in using "The Man's" rules to your advantage.