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Motorcycle carry?

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    I wear a SERPA most all the time in AZ now. I have an MTAC that one can easly carry all day with but in the heat, the SERPA is more comfortable. for hidding, I do not worry about it too much. a t-shirt to cover if I am going in someplace. Vstar 1100. center mass safe in the saddle bag locked to the frame.

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    I choose to ride in two piece armored gear( crash armor not kevlar) every time I ride. My 1911 doesn't work IWB there, but in a shoulder rig it works great. Even with mesh panels it gets hot so i have to be wearing two shirts if I want to peel off the jacket without scaring the sheeple. Since I got my LCP it has become much easier. I don't really think the reduction in caliber is an issue, if I think i need to draw a weapon while riding the throttle is a far better response. The LCP can be fired from either hand if i really needed to. Last sunday coming home over the Sierras on Ebbetts's Pass I was in a major thunder storm with lots of hail as deep as two inches on the road. My gear has a rain liner that goes on the inside, so my LCP in the pants pocket got soaked, but a quick stripping and oiling at home was satisfactory, and plastic don't rust like an old .45.
    I rode home from Colorado last month, 1150 miles in 16.5 hours. I had to stop at each state line to arm or disarm. Pain in the butt, 3 gun stops and 4 gas stops. The lightness of the LCP was like it wasn't even there. In CO and NV it wasn't.

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    Ride with my G19 in my CrossBreed ST. In the hot months, I wear a long t-shirt over it on my H-D. I did have it ride up last weekend on the charity ride, but the other Harley guys just looked and shrugged. I would bet most of them were armed, too.

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    I carried via shoudler holster for years. Just started carrying strongside ITW Kydex a year ago and it conceals great.

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    I ride with a shoulder rig in both winter and summer. I ride with a full jacket (fully ventilated) in summer so the rig works for both.

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    I use an IWB holster when I ride, even with my leather, however, I will also put my j-frame in a inside pocket that is the perfect size.
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