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Shipping charges are usually by weight, not volume, and 1/2 plywood is darned heavy. Regular commercial rifle shiprments are in cardboard boxes and there is rarely any problem. If I may make a suggestion, go to a local gun dealer and see if he has a suitable box that a rifle came in. Even though you can legally ship a long gun by USPS or common carrier, you might find it advantageous to have the dealer pack and ship the gun for you for a small fee.

There are some exceptions, but generally guns shipped interstate must be to an FFL holder.

Jim
 
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