Suppose one were flying to another state, where the OR CHL is recognized. While I know various little rules about firearms on plane, that is, it must be in checked baggage only, it must be declared to the TSA scanning folks, it must be locked in a hard-sided case, the firearm must be unloaded but ammo can be stored in the same container provided its in a container that encloses it completely such as the original box, and so on. That all sounds reasonable enough. My question, in practice... does this create much of an added hassle? Does it attract so much attention and scrutiny that one ends up wishing they had just left their firearm locked securely at home? Or are they generally cool about it and say "ok thanks" and take a look at the image and decide that all is well? Do they encounter that situation often enough that all of their employees know that it's ok to have a firearm in checked baggage as long as it's properly secured? Or is it such a rare thing you'll likely get a panic reaction? Experiences anyone?