Looked into a short run between two cities in another state where I'll be visiting soon, and was astounded to find, in their "about baggage" section, strict prohibitions against ammunition and/or firearms of any type in checked baggage. OK, I've not much problem with such a rule for passengers inside the busses. But in checked baggage? Now, this is a problem, as the state (Ohio) has resiprocity with Washington, so my CPL from here allows me to legally carry concealed in Ohio. I am also well versed in the "rules" for transporting firearms in checked baggage on the airlines. BUT--- if I can't take it on the Dog, I'm faced with several unacceptable options: 1) leave it home (no thanks, I'll be in Cincinnati and Cleveland areas....) 2) stay home (duhhh....) 3) put it in the suitcase, shut up, and ride the dog 4) find some alternate way of getting between Cinci and Cleveland (difficult, and a LOT more money than the Dawg) Anyone have firsthand knowledge of how Greyhound handle checked luggage? Do they open, inspect, scan, search, checked bags? Anyone have any idea what they might DO if they found an unloaded pistol in checked bags? Seize it, arrest me, throw me under the bus (or off it), charge me with some felonious crime such as reckless endangerment, civic uprising, etc? Seems strange that all airlines accept properly handled firearms in checked luggage, according to their rules (not onerous, considering....) and now even Amtrak is, or shortly will be, accepting the same. So, the Grey Dog is the only common carrier for passengers not allowing this. There might be remedies, but they won't help in the short time frame I've got.. interfering with interstate commerce, restricting my right to keep and bear, whatever.... any input, particularly including specifics, personal experience, etc. most appreciated.