Concealing on a sportbike

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    I see you're in PA... Printing is a non-issue legally in this fine state (and if your shirt rode up - You would simply be open carrying, which won't break any laws assuming you have your PA LTCF)... And printing while leaning into your bike is a far cry from anything that could reasonably be considered brandishing...

    Of course, if you're like me, and simply are "buggy" about 100% concealment - Then I can see your point...

    Wish I had a solution for you (I'm not a big proponent of shoulder rigs, and I am too clumsy to trust myself on a motorcycle.. lol)...

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    Another option too (and cheapest!) is to simply tuck the shirt over the IWB holster and when you're dismounting untuck it and you're ready to go.

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    2001 F4i here. Thats what I do^^. I've also used a SNAPPED owb holster when I was going somewhere where I wouldn't be taking the jacket off.


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    If you're going to carry one weapon, might as well carry two, because as the saying goes, "Two is one, and one is none."

    "Liberals can decline or whine, but I will still carry and conceal mine." - Cold Warrior. Excellent quote good sir!

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    try the belly band it works great!!!!
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    Since you're in PA, there is no printing law since OC is legal with an LTCF. I'm not that into OC while I'm on foot or in stores, but if I were on a bike, OC would probably be my preference.

    I'd be more concered about falling onto the gun and breaking your back or hip as you mentioned. I've often thought about buying a bike but falling onto my Glock is my main concern.

    This guy doesn't seem to care about anything :)

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    I use my safepacker holster, or any good cross draw holster while driving or riding a bike.

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    +1 on the safepacker. I wear it as a chest pack when bicycling. My position on the bike is pretty close to that of a sportbike rider and I found it to work the best. Regardless of how I carry, I carry the gun on my body so I'm never separated from it.

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    Although this page features an OWB holster it does make a convincing argument for using a crossdraw while seated:
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    I store mine in the visor pocket of my leather jacket. It's a zipped compartment that places the gun in the same position as a sholder holster, except this way I can take off the jacket and carry in when I reach my destination. Then I don't need to concern myself with covering the sholder holster

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    Tango,
    Try a tank bag. It will hold your gun, cell, keys, ect.

    Good luck.
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    [QUOTE=ABC111;1642675]Tango,
    Try a tank bag. It will hold your gun, cell, keys, ect.

    #1 on the tank bag idea, that is definately best way I have found. Most tank bags double as carry bags or back packs as well.

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