New seat for my motorcycle

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    New seat for my motorcycle

    Saw this on another site and boy do I want one. What do you guys think? Do you think that sheriff's car in the background will "Start Seeing Motorcycles"?

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    That is sharp! I'd like to have one with a mares leg in the holster.
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    Beautifully executed leatherwork. I wonder if it came with one or two holsters to balance out the look.
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    Now that's putting two of your hobbies together in fine fashion!
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    I need a rifle scabbard like that. It would make going to the range easier.
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    That's beautiful, but you definitely would not want to leave that on your bike even for a second while you ran in somewhere.
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    Unfortunately, the bullet hole decals scream tacky. The holster setup though is pretty spiffy.
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    Man, that's fancy!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Biomortis View Post
    Unfortunately, the bullet hole decals scream tacky. The holster setup though is pretty spiffy.
    Maybe it's not a decal, maybe he's got an itchy trigger finger?

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    Is that the "Roy Rogers" or "Cisco Kid" model?
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    It would be really cool if everytime he stopped the theme music from The Good,The Bad,And The Ugly played
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    That is so funny and so cool, I just can't stop looking at it! The sherrif in the picture adds to the whole scene.

    Someone would have that gun snatched out of there in seconds if the owner so much as glanced the other way.

    I'd love to have one of those on my bike if I could figure out how to not lose it!. Just like the old westerns where the rider is shooting at some bad guy while at a full gallop. Lock the throttle open and start blasting!

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    It looks like the holster might be removeable. Just transfer it from saddle to belt, and away you go.
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    Now that is a great idea.

    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    It would be really cool if everytime he stopped the theme music from The Good,The Bad,And The Ugly played

    I have this vision in my head with that music running. What a hoot that would be.
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    duk,

    I want to see him do a re-load with those extra cartridges at 80 MPH.

    Now, thanks to you, I can't get that "Good, Bad and the Ugly" theme out of my mind. Love that tune.

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