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    Airline Mulit-tool Update!!!

    Okay...so we left the multi-tool at home...as per your warnings...
    BUT, apparently Co2 cartridges are a banned substance as my wife lost about $20 worth of cartridges prior to bording.
    I guess she's buying a pump when she gets to oregon...I wonder if Paul's carry's Co2?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Padre
    Okay...so we left the multi-tool at home...as per your warnings...
    BUT, apparently Co2 cartridges are a banned substance as my wife lost about $20 worth of cartridges prior to bording.
    I guess she's buying a pump when she gets to oregon...I wonder if Paul's carry's Co2?
    I thought that was common knowledge. Never been able to fly with CO2 carts.

    Paul's does have them. I have some, too. Does she need threaded or unthreaded?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Padre
    Okay...so we left the multi-tool at home...as per your warnings...
    BUT, apparently Co2 cartridges are a banned substance as my wife lost about $20 worth of cartridges prior to bording.
    I guess she's buying a pump when she gets to oregon...I wonder if Paul's carry's Co2?
    FYI no hairspray, canned air, or anything else containing comrpessed gasses...

    Other things that are restricted, even in checked bags.
    used camp stove (could contain flamable liquid)
    Any fuel container (butane, propane, white gas etc)

    The funny thing is there's enough energy stored in a laptop battery to do some serious damage yet they aren't restricted at all...

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    threaded!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon

    The funny thing is there's enough energy stored in a laptop battery to do some serious damage yet they aren't restricted at all...
    Shhhhhhhh!!! I depend on a laptop and dvd to entertain my son for a few hours on flights!
    blah blah blah

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