Not being the entrepreneur type, I just think about stuff and set it aside. This is one of those, but there might be money in it. At every single airport out there legally owned firearms are being confiscated because of inattention on the part of the owner. As well here in Washington State, there also exists a product that is legal in the state but not federally, and definitely not allowed where firearms aren't either. My thought was that a short term secure lock box service could be provided in the public areas of an airport, where ostensibly a flyer would secure their valuables (personal items, weapons, pot, and other things that aren't allowed on the plane) for the duration of their travel. When they return from their trip they simply retrieve their belongings and return to their regularly scheduled life. Personally, I'm not fond of being defenseless between my home and the airport. Rather than getting arrested or hassled unnecessarily by the local police (and most likely lose said valuables in the process) the TSA could simply point the flyer towards the lock box service, assuming that the TSA and local police would rather refer than undergo the extra hassle of detention and paperwork. A lot more thought has been given to the various ways of doing this profitably, but for someone looking for an opportunity, this seemed like a good idea. Thoughts?