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Old March 5th, 2017, 11:21 AM   #61
 
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IWB small of the back, AGATT kinda guy so its not that hard. More worried in this day about returning to the bike to discover someone wants the ride more.



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Old March 5th, 2017, 12:39 PM   #62
 
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When I'm riding, I don't much care about carrying concealed. It's about the only time I open carry. Been riding accident free for 40 years and it seems that may be because I get a lot more space from the cages when they see a chick on a motorcycle with a firearm on her hip.

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Does this count? Or do you think it's too conspicuous?

I have a couple of bikes, whether the pistol is on my person or in a cubby in my cockpit, it's within reach when I'm on 2 wheels (often both locations). Most often, I'm appendix carrying or pocket holstering (partially out the top) an LCP, which is no sweat to conceal.

I used to ride, as well as cycle, a lot with a G19 IWB SOB 6 o'clock, but on a sport bike, it was plain sight when my shirt blew up. I'm never one to act this way or approve of this mentality when carrying, except for when I'm on 2 wheels and on the road in motion - i.e. the condition when my shirt would be blowing up - I'm really OK with having the equivalent to a big "keep your distance" billboard on my back. I've been hit a couple times when on 2 wheels by people with more lugnuts than myself, not because they didn't see me at all, but because they didn't think to try to give enough room.
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I normally always wear a jacket , have yet to hit any pavement that wasn't tougher than my skin Have friends who carry in tank bags and or saddle bags which is hard to get to. I just don't tuck my shirt in . The small of the back IWB is also used depending on which gun.
I did see at some bike rally a guy had short saddle bags that went over the tank
and he carried there.
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