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  1. #11
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    Sep 2007
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    Congratulations on the New Bikes, both to Brainchild and kwo51!! I've got almost 14,000 miles on my '05 FLSTCI Harley Heritage but Zero miles on a Carry Permit. I live in New Jersey :whatever:

    I have thought about this problem, however, in anticipation of one day waking up from this nightmare and finding I actually do live in America after all. I'd considered a shoulder holster - the most logical answer in my opinion. Also, my jacket is Harley and has a "gun pocket" in the left breast panel, just inside the front zipper . . . a snap-closure pocket big enough for a small revolver or automatic and built right into the jacket. It'd easily hold a J-Frame .38/.357 and proably hold a small Glock or similarly sized auto. My experiments have shown that you can ride comfortably with your firearm in that pocket, zipper partway down and pocket unsnapped, with no concerns of suffering "fallout".

    Ride safe, both of you. Many Safe and Happy miles. See you on the road.
    Last edited by Ektarr; 03-23-2008 at 09:06 PM.
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  3. #12
    I like the idea of a bike mounted system, but I don't like the idea of it being out in the open like that. Of the 25,000 miles I have on my 04' 1200 XLC I think about a third of them have been in the rain. (It always seem to rain on the way home.) I don't know if I would like all of that road grime around my weapon. I also don't like the idea of leaving it out in the open when I'm not near it. I'd be too worried about someone trying to steal it while I was away. That company is on the right track but I'd feel more secure if their system was able to be colcealed like mounted to the inside of a saddle bag.

  4. #13
    So I'm warming up to the idea of using the holster in my jacket. On the way home tonight it was a bit chilly so I put the chaps on over my IWB I realized that this completely makes my firearm in-accessable. the chaps covered up my shirt so in the event that I would hane to draw. I wouldn't be able due to the jacket and chaps covering the shirt. I'm going to start using the jacket. atleast till it's too hot fot it, then I'll have to come up with a new system.

  5. I like the idea of a scaberd for my shotgun or lever 357.

  6. Hay I found a holster shirt for 39 dollors made by 5-11 that works well with comander size guns and smaller ,holster size pockets on both sides.

  7. #16

    I found something that works

    I bought this concealed carry t-shirt from sportsman's guide.
    I got the one for a large pistol,right-hand draw.I wore it while riding the motorcycle with jacket and shirt open a bit(it wasn't cold) and it worked pretty good.
    I also ordered this concealed carry jacket.
    For when it is cold.It hasn't come in,yet,and it probably won't get cold enough to wear it until about Septmber,but I'l have it then.
    Give everybody guns.
    Natural selection will cull out the idiots.

  8. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by search View Post
    Check out Coronado Leather They have some nice vests and jackets designed specifically for concealed carry on a bike. Good luck!


    + !. I have one of their vests and when weather is cooler I use it a lot. Great for bike riding or anytime.
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  9. #18
    I'd love to get one of their Conceal and cover vests but I can't justify payinf $200.00 for a vest when the last one I bought was $10.00.

  10. The only way I've found I can carry (I always wear proper riding gear, a full leather suit) is a shoulder holster. The only other option might be a pocket holster in the inside pocket of the suit.
    Last edited by bulletdodging; 04-23-2008 at 03:20 AM.

  11. #20
    Join Date
    Sep 2007
    Drakes Creek, AR
    In my post above, the bike holster I put on is, for me, only a way for me to secure my weapon when I can not carry into a weapon will never ride in that holster, it rides with me, on me.

    After over 46 yrs in the saddle myself, trust me, I have my share of miles in the rain and have never had my weapon exposed to the elements.

    I will post today pictures I took of this bike holster down in the Arkansas section for those who would like to see.
    Drakes Creeks, AR
    "A gun unloaded and cocked aint good for nuttin!"--Rooster Cogburn

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