For the carriage of the traumatic weapon should be primarily guided by the Decision of the Government of the Russian Federation from 21.07.1998 N 814 (the latest version of which is dated 28.02.2013) On "measures to regulate the circulation of civilian and service weapons and ammunition on the territory of the Russian Federation".
According to paragraph 75 of this act, to convey the traumatic weapon without a permit if You move within the region (Krai, Republic, Autonomous Okrug, or Federal city of Moscow, St.-Petersburg, Sevastopol), where your weapons were put on the account in bodies of internal Affairs.
The law also establishes the need to transport the traumatic weapon in covers, holsters or special cases.
For the rest, if not to depart "far from home", transportation traumatic weapon is not something very complicated from the point of view of the law. Therefore, it is also possible, you will want to provide themselves and others with additional security measures, such as to put weapons on the fuse, carry it unloaded, etc.
However, if you're going outside of your field, in this case, you will need special permission from the police Department, where your weapon is registered. With this permit you can carry weapons also on personal transport, intercity bus, wagon coupe.
If you travel to another region with traumatic weapons on the second-class carriage, the gun you will need to pass the foreman of the train.
During the flight the citizen must surrender their existing non-lethal weapons the police or aviation security service. Then the arms will go to the inspection, and its owner will be required to execute documents on its transportation. This is drawn up in 3 copies, signed by the owner of the traumatic weapon and empowered responsible for the security of person. One copy shall remain with the citizen, the other goes to the crew, the third accompanies the Luggage statement. Traumatic weapons during the time of flight is stored in the cargo compartment of the aircraft in plastic or metal box. On arrival, the "disarmed" citizen provides employees with the airport act, and then he returned his weapon.
Perhaps the most difficult situation for you then, if you for whatever their purposes to carry more than 5 units of traumatic weapons and/or more than 400 rounds of ammunition (well, and all of a sudden; after all sorts in life there are situations, I agree). In this case, on the basis of item 77 of the above act, the transportation is carried out in the manner prescribed for legal persons. that is, to move weapons or ammunition in such numbers you should at least hire a guard of two.