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    This thread had morphed. Any more bike (doesn't have to be a Harley) shots? Never knew how many riders we had here. Just remember to let us know how you carry while riding.
    Love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsonabq View Post
    This thread had morphed. Any more bike (doesn't have to be a Harley) shots? Never knew how many riders we had here. Just remember to let us know how you carry while riding.
    Love it!
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    If Dr. Suess were to concealed carry on a Motorcycle.....

    In a jacket or a vest, in a special built pocket just over the chest.

    In the waistband or pants pocket, in a saddlebag so I can lock it.

    On my belt or in my boot, or someplace mounted on my scoot.

    The idea of course is to not draw attention, to that two pounds of steel cure, hence the ounce of prevention.

    What works best for me might not work well for you, only experimentation will tell that’s true.

    Above all remember that when riding around town, your first priority is to keep the rubber side down!

    Stay safe out there!

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    T. Kanaley
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    Tony, great stuff! But keep your day job....

    The poem's not that bad, it's just that your holsters Rock!
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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    Tony, great stuff! But keep your day job....

    The poem's not that bad, it's just that your holsters Rock!
    What can I say. A little off the wall, but it was a slow morning.
    Second Best is not an option

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    Pic's of Harleys never show them on the street or some far away place, but always sitting in the driveway right outside the garage... LOL.

    I couldn't resist that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleks View Post
    Pic's of Harleys never show them on the street or some far away place, but always sitting in the driveway right outside the garage... LOL.

    I couldn't resist that one.
    How about this one!

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    I usually carry my EDC in a pocket holster in inner jacket pocket and BUG in ankle holster when riding, which is pretty much every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleks View Post
    Pic's of Harleys never show them on the street or some far away place, but always sitting in the driveway right outside the garage... LOL.

    I couldn't resist that one.
    Hey, I rode that little hot rod Sporty, lowered 2 inches both ends (leaves only 2.5 inches of travel), 2.2 gallon peanut tank, from Detroit to Sturgis. Unfortunately, all the pics are printed on paper, as it was before I even had a computer, let alone a digital camera! Bought the T Shirt that read "I rode my motorcycle to trailer week".

    BTW, I didn't carry that trip. My permit listed "Business only" restriction. That was before so many States were shall issue.
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    Found another way to carry while I ride. My Harley denim vest has inside pockets and all I needed to do was sew a little tack in the right place and it holds my PM9 upright and ready to grab. One extra mag slips on the other side of the tack too. Then the other mag goes in the other inside pocket. Looks natural open or buttoned. If it flops open you can't see it. Should work great in the warmer months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsonabq View Post
    Found another way to carry while I ride. My Harley denim vest has inside pockets and all I needed to do was sew a little tack in the right place and it holds my PM9 upright and ready to grab. One extra mag slips on the other side of the tack too. Then the other mag goes in the other inside pocket. Looks natural open or buttoned. If it flops open you can't see it. Should work great in the warmer months.

    I use my Harley vest only I use a nemesis holster instead of working on the vest. The only thing I don’t like is it makes the vest offside heavy

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    Bonnie & IWB




    Sorry about the stock picture - I can't find any actual pics of my bike here at work. I'll update tonight, but it looks the exact same, just more loved (read: ridden )

    As far as carry, I've got a pretty sweet IWB, cell phone holder type holster. Cell phone portion sits outside the waistband with a stiff leather panel (to prevent printing), softer leather backing, forming the holster IWB, cross draw. The key feature is that the holster is designed that the entire weapon hangs below the hip crease so when you sit, it just rotates up with your thigh.

    Down side, no way in hell to get to the gun while riding, but if I have to draw while moving, I've got bigger issues!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tns0038 View Post
    I use my Harley vest only I use a nemesis holster instead of working on the vest. The only thing I don’t like is it makes the vest offside heavy
    Yeah, I've got a Galco pocket holster and when I tried it added bulk (not printing though.) Just the PM9 works and no printing. Yes it is a little off balance but really only noticeable when unbuttoned. Will try to balance some with mags on the other side. You get used to it and it also just reminds you of the fact it's there when needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleks View Post
    Pic's of Harleys never show them on the street or some far away place, but always sitting in the driveway right outside the garage... LOL.

    I couldn't resist that one.
    Is this far enough away for you, amigo?



    And yes, I was packing two guns....
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