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  1. #91
    Quote Originally Posted by ahobo2 View Post
    I'm sorry if that gentleman upset you. Perhaps his bike is not an ultra, like yours.. Did you get out of bed on the wrong side, today?
    Why is it that the newest members almost always have the most smart aleck STUFF to say ?

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    I have been with this threads for quite a while and seen many ways to carry, not usre if it has been brought up before, but a tank bag (magnetic) has turned into my preferred way to carry in states where I am permitted (have Florida CWP)...it allows me quick access when I am riding in "questionable areas"...When in states that I am not permitted I just break the gun, ammo and place in locked container and bags...

  4. #93
    I had heard that some people considered Harley riders snobs or unfriendly.
    Obviously it isn't the make of bike that brings out that behavior.
    It is the character of the individual.
    Fred
    1947 Knucklehead
    1950 Panhead
    2005 Electra Glide Police.

  5. #94
    When riding I carry left handed using a Blackhawk Serpa paddle holster.
    It is the best holster I have found for retention and proper draw technique.
    I have maintained control of my pistol in the holster even during a crash.
    I practice shooting left handed.
    as for lockable storage cabelas has this TSA approved lockable case the link is here:
    Cabela's: Secure-It Key-Operated Handgun Storage Safe

    I gave up on the radio for my Bagger instead I installed this glove box door in it's place:
    Sealed Glove Box Door for Standard
    Now I can't say that anything I write is truth you must confirm the legality of anything you do.
    You are the one that will pay the consequences.


    "There are two types of motorcycle riders, those that have crashed and those that are going to crash"
    Good luck,
    Fred

  6. #95
    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketgeezer View Post
    Why is it that the newest members almost always have the most smart aleck STUFF to say ?
    Maybe because the wise### punkish types don't last long here and go to sites where that is the norm.

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    Just got my California ccw and have wondered a bit about how I'll carry and ride. I've read through this whole thread and haven't seen my #1 concern even mentioned - and that is this: if carrying in any type of holster or pocket do any of you consider what damage would be done to your body if you fell on the weapon? Ouch! I've experienced cracked ribs before and don't care for a repeat. Yeah, I'd like to think my crashing days are all behind me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Piscator View Post
    Just got my California ccw and have wondered a bit about how I'll carry and ride. I've read through this whole thread and haven't seen my #1 concern even mentioned - and that is this: if carrying in any type of holster or pocket do any of you consider what damage would be done to your body if you fell on the weapon? Ouch! I've experienced cracked ribs before and don't care for a repeat. Yeah, I'd like to think my crashing days are all behind me...
    I smacked some major asphalt last fall on my Bonneville. My pistol was in a shoulder bag, and although the bag was a little roughed up, the gun was flat, so it didn't add to the damage on my body. There was an awkward moment where I had stripped off my bag and jacket and set them on the ground so I could assess my body damage, and as the EMTs were strapping me to a board (totally didn't need it) I said to my husband, chatting away with the cops about what kind of guns they carried, "Um, Hon, could you get my bag please? Kinda important."

    I landed hard on my ribs, enough so that I couldn't breathe and actually motioned for my husband to resuscitate me. If I had my gun in a side holster, it would have meant several broken ribs, I am absolutely certain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localgirl View Post
    I smacked some major asphalt last fall on my Bonneville.
    Well maybe it's just us Triumph riders who are concerned with cracking ribs. I have a '99 Daytona. Have never crashed it and don't want to.

  10. I will when I get my CC.
    An optimist, is someone that doesn't know all the facts!

  11. #100
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    Quote Originally Posted by Piscator View Post
    Well maybe it's just us Triumph riders who are concerned with cracking ribs. I have a '99 Daytona. Have never crashed it and don't want to.
    Do NOT recommend it. Cost 3K to replace headlight, tailpipe, indicators, and forks. I was even hoping, as I was bleeding on the side of the highway, that I could finally get those dumb mag wheels replaced with some sweet spokes. But no. No wheel damage whatsoever.

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