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How Do You Carry While You Ride?

I am not looking to start a heated gun debate. If you are anti-firearms, please refrain from commenting on this thread.

I wanted know (just out of curiosity) how others are carrying when you ride. When i am in my truck/work/normal day i carry a m&p shield iwb. Generally in the 5 o'clock position.

I have found that when i do this on my bike, the gun rubs against the back of the rear spoiler/trunk. I have switched to owb on the hip(still concealed under my jacket) while riding. Either a colt rail gun or g34 (depends on how i am feeling )
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I don't need a gun when the government forcefully has me register my own two hands as registered weapons.

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I don't need a gun when the government forcefully has me register my own two hands as registered weapons.
In need of tlaining those hands ale you little glass hoppel !

Wise powelfull man you ale !

OP, I'm almost sure there is a post about this somewhere... I just couldn't find it..



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That makes two of us, so i decided to create one.

@john, thats funny lol
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BAM! found two of them!

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thanks sir. you did some diggin
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I don't need a gun when the government forcefully has me register my own two hands as registered weapons.
You got a license to carry those deadly weapons?

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Single stacks make it easier not to print.

In Texas, your bike is an extension of your castle. Carry in the trunk, or anywhere that isn't obvious.
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I have a lot of customers that carry inside vests with a concealed pocket. I have one customer that had his wife make a concealed pouch to carry on his jacket that he frequently uses. I have another customer that lost his firearm from his iwb holster while riding. To each their own, and whatever you may find works or doesn't work/isn't comfortable for you. My father has used the belly band before as it gives easy access under his shirt without having to fiddle a zipper for a concealed pouch on a vest of jacket.

In Texas, do you need to conceal? I thought you could mount your M249 straight to your bike and ride around like that? An engineer certainly could figure a way to incorporate that into your steering/riding. You southern states have it so easy.
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I carry IWB at the 3 o'clock position. I always wear my jacket and it helps conceal in case you are worried about your shirt tail coming up you could tuck it into your belt or pants against the holster. I carry a S&W Shield daily. You could consider carrying a backpack and storing it there until you get where your going then transition to your person. Maxpedition makes packs with accessories for securing a handgun and magazines. Hope this helps.
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Don't forget that if you ride thru most parks, your clip and gun have to be separated. If not, it's insta-jail. Just fyi. ;)

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....deadly weapons?

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Ha ha this tread runs on my airplane forums also. I keep guns in my airplanes in case I go down in rough areas. Shoot my way to safety ha ha. Too much Indiana Jones!!!
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You got a license to carry those deadly weapons?
Yes. Had to talk to Obama himself, then Michelle told me I was fat.

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Don't forget that if you ride thru most parks, your clip and gun have to be separated. If not, it's insta-jail. Just fyi. ;)
Depends on the state. In Ohio you can be on park property as long as there is no sign posted, and if you don't enter any buildings on the state ground.

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I'm glad lines have been identified...even if it is all the way at bukake....

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no he's not... I can already tell he's a soulless little fawker who is going to destroy everything you love


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I am not looking to start a heated gun debate. If you are anti-firearms, please refrain from commenting on this thread.

I wanted know (just out of curiosity) how others are carrying when you ride. When i am in my truck/work/normal day i carry a m&p shield iwb. Generally in the 5 o'clock position.

I have found that when i do this on my bike, the gun rubs against the back of the rear spoiler/trunk. I have switched to owb on the hip(still concealed under my jacket) while riding. Either a colt rail gun or g34 (depends on how i am feeling )
I ride with a stealthgear holster on back. Single stack xds. The holster allows you to tuck your shirt in case my jacket comes up.

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I'm glad lines have been identified...even if it is all the way at bukake....

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no he's not... I can already tell he's a soulless little fawker who is going to destroy everything you love


My long not exciting build, but I have hyperflo's
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In August, us CHL holders can open carry in texas. It'll be over my jacket, across my chest. Then I'll carry a Glock 19 since I don't have to worry about printing.
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In August, us CHL holders can open carry in texas. It'll be over my jacket, across my chest. Then I'll carry a Glock 19 since I don't have to worry about printing.
You can open carry in Ohio. No law against it, and no ccw required.

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My long not exciting build, but I have hyperflo's
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You can open carry in Ohio. No law against it, and no ccw required.
You can in California too, but no ammo allowed. Just stupid.
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Don't forget that if you ride thru most parks, your clip and gun have to be separated. If not, it's insta-jail. Just fyi. ;)
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I got issued a .40 it's cool

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You can in California too, but no ammo allowed. Just stupid.
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i wear an icon overlord jacket and my shield fits perfectly in the left side pocket, even with the 8rd mag. never in the way, you cant even tell its there both feeling wise and visually
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I got issued a .40 it's cool
Told you it would be a .40

My guess would be a Glock 22 or a S&W M&P. Possibly a Sig 226. What do they issue?
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Told you it would be a .40

My guess would be a Glock 22 or a S&W M&P. Possibly a Sig 226. What do they issue?
Glock 22... I gotta familiarize myself with these things in general

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Glock 22... I gotta familiarize myself with these things in general
All glocks are great guns. Would love to pick up a 17 or 19 soon.

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I don't think I'll have only one method while riding. Just a few weeks ago I carried my walther inside my inner alpinestars jacket pocket inside it's iwb holster. The pocket is huge and it was super comfortable, enough that I forgot it was even there. I just bought a diamondback db380sl second gen a few days ago and it's probably going to get carried every single day. I bought a talon holster, extra mag and a slightly larger finger extension, which adds maybe an inch for the pinky finger. I prefer longer or full sized grips with shorter frames and barrel lengths on pretty much any handgun.
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Don't forget guys you can use a pistol lanyard to make sure you don't loose your firearm. I think for $20 worth of insurance it's a no brainer.

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