SIG Tactical Carry Garment

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    Quote Originally Posted by older gunner
    Frankly, while I mentioned the possibility of using the garment for a weak sided draw, I have never really wanted to do so. I can't think of a more risky move than to draw and fire while on a moving motorcycle. I only carry strong side, IWB at 3:30 to 4:00 with a jacket or Field and Stream vest. If I was ever feeling the need for defense while on the bike, I would only use the weak sided draw with a second BUG and I'd get off the bike as quickly as possible.
    Like you, I would not relish trying to manipulate the scoots controls and present a weapon at the same time.

    In a pinch, a large bike can be used for some cover. I wonder if I can get my wife to buy the idea of extra safety chrome for my winter upgrades.

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    How about just monting a set of 50 cal machinguns then ya just drop back and smoke em.. only way to be sure

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    The jacket goes right along with those $75 pants that feature a built-in holster in the right front pocket and a small knife pocket for a folder as well. I would think that it might work as long as you stand but don't move. Otherwise, the gun might flop around some in the jacket and it might count as deceptive advertising for the pants....
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    The pockets in the Sig jacket hold my carry guns snug. They're elastic. I already tried jumping up and down with each gun in it and they stayed in the pocket. So I'm very satisfied with that.

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    Has anyone else seen the Harvester tac. pants. BDU pocket velcos open with a gun and holster inside. MSRP is $149.00.
    http://gunpants.com/

    Doesn't look very practical to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky
    Has anyone else seen the Harvester tac. pants. BDU pocket velcos open with a gun and holster inside. MSRP is $149.00.
    http://gunpants.com/

    Doesn't look very practical to me.

    Nor comfortable

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    How about just monting a set of 50 cal machinguns then ya just drop back and smoke em.. only way to be sure
    I wonder if I can get that upgrade hidden in the safety chrome category or if it will cause an accounting scandal w/ my wife.

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    i think you could weasel it in

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    accounting scandal
    Bwhaha - that's a new euphemism - for losing brownie points LOL
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