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I think the best is that the TSA says you can take a parachute as a carry-on, you just can't wear it.
I know someone who did carry their parachute on, just after 9/11/01. She was nervous about TSA and their rules. She was traveling on business, to a location with good sky diving and some off time. What was interesting is that TSA missed a small emergency knife that my friend forgot about.
mike_s, I think all US airlines allow the 11 pounds of ammo, ONLY IF DECLARED and in suitable packaging, factory boxes.