You will likely buy a large rifle case that will hold your rifle shotgun and revolvers.
make sure that there are 2 latches on the front and a latch on each end
you will also want to lock the case with 2 locks.
i just looked at the pelican cases. they are expensive, and simple the best.
it is funny to watch the vendors at the shot shot bringing in thier products.
Pelicans are used 20 to 1. They are used because they work.
They sell a case that is 14x8x44. Its 300$ - Expensive. it would be perfect!
plenty or room.
another thing to consider when flying..... the large Pelican cases i used weighed
26 pounds! I could put 20 revolvers in a case, or 3 long guns and 12 revolvers
into a long case. these were heavy!
99% of the time i flew it was on on South West with the flights originating in San Antonio.
The TSA in San Antonio were accustomed to seeing firearms - it was seamless! Of all the
places i flew, only 4 or 5 terminals would not take you back to the area where
they inspected the firearms.
i made sure the the TRA agent who took the firearms understood the they did not have
TSA approved locks, and I asked them where they wanted me to wait, so if they wanted to
look inside the box they could get the keys from me. curiously, of the 4 or 5 places that took
the cases, only Denver and Raleigh asked for the keys after they X-rayed the cases........
It's really easy to fly with firearms. Get to the terminal 2 hours early, Got through TSA screening/
and get a Starbucks with a couple of extra shots - you will be fine!