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Traveling from Alaska to Montana to conduct a wedding next week, want to be armed while in MT but have 2 12 hour layovers in Seattle, is it work dealing with declaration of firearms at sea tac?

If so, what are the legalities of carrying our luggage around Seattle for a few hours or does the airport have good lockers?

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I would imagine your checked bags will stay checked until your final destination. You should not see them during the layover.

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I would imagine your checked bags will stay checked until your final destination. You should not see them during the layover.

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Yes, this is what happens.
 
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Same airline for both legs? If so, the checked bag should end up at the final destination, shouldn’t see it.
 
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If you leave the luggage checked, you can always try using a hammock at the airport.

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