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Concealing on a sportbike

This is a discussion on Concealing on a sportbike within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; 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 ...

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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.

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

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    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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