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Old 05-04-2006, 07:14 PM   #41
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Hey does anyone remember watching Kill Bill vol.1, when urma was on her way to that big party house, to kill that asain lady? Yall remember when all of the Yakuza(japanese mafia) were riding, I believe kawasakis with their Samurai swords holstered to their bikes? That was awesome, could u get in trouble for something like that? I think i would definately do something like that.
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Old 05-04-2006, 07:33 PM   #42
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Old 05-04-2006, 08:22 PM   #43
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Hey does anyone remember watching Kill Bill vol.1, when urma was on her way to that big party house, to kill that asain lady? Yall remember when all of the Yakuza(japanese mafia) were riding, I believe kawasakis with their Samurai swords holstered to their bikes? That was awesome, could u get in trouble for something like that? I think i would definately do something like that.
what happens to the sword when you get in a wreck :confused1
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Old 05-04-2006, 09:17 PM   #45
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Old 05-04-2006, 10:24 PM   #46
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Whenever I do carry when I ride its a govt model 1911 and sometimes a glock 22, neither of which are small weapons. Holster selection is prob the most critical aspect when it comes to printing. None of my holsters have a thumbreak which might come in handy if you are on a bike and concerned about weapon retention. If you're an LEO fortunately you don't have to worry about all the CHL rules.
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Old 05-05-2006, 07:28 AM   #47
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Erik,
What size pistol?
I don't particularly like to wear it on my person when riding in case of a get off.
Plus this isn't the "wild west" and I'm not likely to get into a rolling shoot out with some fool who cut me off.
However there are times that I'd like to have a weapon with me when I'm off the bike.
I typically will keep it in in my tank bag with a small clip style holster.
When I get to where I'm going I'll take the tank bag with me to a bathroom / inconspicuous area and transfer it to by back.


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Erik,
What size pistol?
I don't particularly like to wear it on my person when riding in case of a get off.
Plus this isn't the "wild west" and I'm not likely to get into a rolling shoot out with some fool who cut me off.
However there are times that I'd like to have a weapon with me when I'm off the bike.
I typically will keep it in in my tank bag with a small clip style holster.
When I get to where I'm going I'll take the tank bag with me to a bathroom / inconspicuous area and transfer it to by back.


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It's for the G19 also.
I usually carry my backpack but sometimes I ride without and the only option I'd seen is the inside pocket. I carry my cellphone in this pocket and when I need to tuck even the cell sticks my ribs, I could imagine a pistol.

I like the ankle holster but again, If you lay it down this could get ugly
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Old 05-05-2006, 10:05 AM   #53
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I depends on what the situation is with me......When I'm on my bike I carry a 32 derringer (2 shooter) in my pocket in a holster......However when im in my whip or moving around in a situation I feel i need my hammer.....I carry a P89 in which I have several holsters (Vest holster if im wearing a blazer or waist holster)

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