Best OC bike holster

Best OC bike holster

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    Best OC bike holster

    Best OC bike holster.
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    That is pretty damn good.

    And from what I see, I really wish you had a pic of the whole bike. That's gotta be one unique ride.

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    I'm not too swift on the pistol and holster being directly above the muffler/tailpipe. Lots of heat there that is not good for either one of them. And then there's the reloads behind the rider/shooter. And then the total lack of protection from rain, dirt and other road debris.

    Nice static show-off/BBQ setup, but IMHO not all that practical in real life.
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    Someone is a genuine 21st century cowboy.


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    Beautiful, unfortunately something like that would be in the slammer here in NY. I need to move to AZ!
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    I ride a forgive me if I want to know more about the bike. The holster is outstanding too!
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    That was a beautiful holster!
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    Nice looking, but highly impractical for anything but a show bike or a cruise-in where you are not going to leave your bike unattended. I'd like to see additional pics of the entire bike, but from what I can see, I imagine it is primarily a "show" bike, rather than a "rider". That pretty six-shooter is open to the elements. (See my signature line)
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