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Old 05-04-2006, 12:19 PM   #21
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Old 05-04-2006, 12:22 PM   #22
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Define "reasonable person".
That would be your defense attorneys job to do in court. You would want to create a profile of the person making acquisation but, in my opinion a reasonable person would be somebody not trained to spot concealed weapons.
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Handgun law is very versatile with interpretation and is dominated in the courts by presedence. Hopefully, you have money to play the game.
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You can carry your gun in plane view in Texas as well. Just be prepared to be asked to remove your weapon. For it to be concealed is the illegal part unless you are licensed to do so. I am no expert on this topic though.... and consulting with your lawyer would be a wise choice before becoming a cowboy.
can not carry your gun in plain view in texas, the license is plainly called "concealed handgun"
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It's nice....guys will be all checking me out and about to say something and they look further down and it shuts them up.....
I thinks it's funny that a 5'2 redhead has this big gun on her hip riding around.
I bet it looks weird to other people...
yeah, ok.:laughing6
how do you know what they are saying.
I'll let you in on a clue and all guys can confirm this.
with redheads, there is no "in between"
they are either way beautiful or ugly, as said, no in between.
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can not carry your gun in plain view in texas, the license is plainly called "concealed handgun"
I will have to look up the statutes but to conceal carry you must be licensed but plain view is different. I could be confused though. It may only be for rifles and shotguns.
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I firmly beleive in that.
Soooooooo what are you trying to say????:confused1
I aint saying nuthin' I havent seen you, nor a picture, so I dunno, was just letting you in on a well known guy factoid.
wanna send me a picture, I'll be gentle:icon_bigg
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I mean, everybody looks good at 50'(thats feet, as in photo is to small for detail and far away)
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If I am not mistaken I was told that with a concealed Lic. I cannot have it in plain view!

If I do take it, its to places where everybody meets up and a situation could arise. (i.e. sometimes at ASI)

and whats the point of having it in your trunk. too hard to retreive if you need it and what if they steal or try to steal your bike. I bring it for that very event. so you gotta have it on you. either a holster or in a backpack!

I sawe a guy with a gun in plain sight in the back of his pants on a busa then I got up closer and saw the badge on his belt right next to it.

and if you pull out your weapon and its in a treatening manor you can get slapped with a law suit. easily! I have seen it happen. real hard to prove to a judge or jury that you pulling out your weapon and pointing it is not threatening. unless you are on your property!
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That is why I said transfer your weapon after unsaddling your steed.

Also, brandishing a firearm to prevent bodily harm is not illegal but, there are alot of people who stick to pull it to use it only.
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The KelTec .32ACP is a POS, go with at least a .380... If you have a little more coin the Kahr/Glock/CZ Rami is a great slim pistol if you are set on an auto.

If you go with a DAO Hammerless .38 Special Revolver in a pocket you really don't even have to pull it to squeeze off your five "backup" homeboys. This will give you a chance to RUN, to RELOAD behind something or while running, or to switch to a Blade for a close encounter... Reach in the pocket and squeeze the trigger with 5 flawless airborne rounds , can't do that with an Automatic. With a CCW if it's showing it is illegal, you have a CONCEALED license so if you fail to conceal it you lose your license. (depends on the LEO, DA, and if it was an accident) I really don't like Shoulder Holsters as the leather straps have a tendency to walk towards the collar, "printing" and an instant giveaway as to having a CCW. A better Alessi holster might be better but on a bike I wouldn't want anything else except a vertical scabbard as the thought of losing a weapon while riding would be chaos. (think of which POS will pick it up and do something stupid) This topic has been brought up on HSN and a few more times on snipershide.com... even cbrworld.net. Best solution is either an ankle rig or a zippered pocket, factory stitched or a pouch added. I have worn a IWB holster a few times while riding but having to always worry about it bouncing out sucks... (happened a few times while ATV'ing at San Jacinto River)
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