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post #71 of 87 (permalink) Old 02-23-2015, 07:25 AM
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As previously mentioned, the Remora IWB holsters are great for IWB or jacket pockets.
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When I carry on the bike, I carry the same rig as always, but lefty. Took a few years of shooting lefty to get confdent enough to draw and fire from concealment left handed, but the payoff was more comfort, for me.
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Both with the optional pocket clip. You can carry them just about anywhere. I actually like the KelTec better, because it feels thinner, lighter and smoother than the Ruger.

Both of mine function fine.

I've got the KelTec P32 as well that I carried for years, but I gave it to my son for Christmas. He gets his gun permit in 10 months.

Sure the .380 is no 44 mag, but it's better than nothing and they are easy to carry in just about any casual clothes this side of a french swimsuit.
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Carry on my hip @ 3 o'clock just like always, Colt, Glock, FN all the same.
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I use a leather holster behind my seat vertically for my L1A1 SLR 7.62.

Well the rifle is in a leather holster you can't realistically expect me to conceal that really............

It's not as obvious as the RC F89 Minimi mounted on the topbox

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I use a leather holster behind my seat vertically for my L1A1 SLR 7.62.

Well the rifle is in a leather holster you can't realistically expect me to conceal that really............

It's not as obvious as the RC F89 Minimi mounted on the topbox

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Id like my bike to have a concealed carry permit; that way I could have a grenade launcher built into the frame so I could take care of the mouth-breathing text addicts I encounter daily on the roads around here.
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Why?

I carry .38 revolver in a tank bag. I am not brandishing it, but if someone sees me moving it to my pocket before I dismantle, between taking off gloves and helmet, so what? It doesn't fit anywhere on my gear, and I am not planning on buying another gun.
Ditto. And open-carry is legal here too, so it matters not if someone sees it.
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Why?

I carry .38 revolver in a tank bag. I am not brandishing it, but if someone sees me moving it to my pocket before I dismantle, between taking off gloves and helmet, so what? It doesn't fit anywhere on my gear, and I am not planning on buying another gun.
Um...maybe because that defeats the purpose of concealed carry, i.e. the tactical advantage having a weapon that no one is aware of? Open carry is great if you are a 19th century cowboy or a police officer, but I wouldn't advise anyone to carry their weapon openly. To a certain element it's saying, "I have a gun, come and take it from me."
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Um...maybe because that defeats the purpose of concealed carry, i.e. the tactical advantage having a weapon that no one is aware of? Open carry is great if you are a 19th century cowboy or a police officer, but I wouldn't advise anyone to carry their weapon openly. To a certain element it's saying, "I have a gun, come and take it from me."
Your tag line might have sent me a subliminal message but maybe you're being a bit paranoid, I have a CC permit, dont carry that much but I do, unless you're packing a rather large gun I think taking a holstered gun out of a bag/carry on......in one sweeping move and tucking it into your waist band, pocket........ would go unnoticed by most and sometimes all people within viewing range. Who knows, maybe you're just the guy everybody looks at when they pull up on their bike, I feel I'm the opposite, nobody seams to know I'm there, I like that. I do believe that I could take my gun out of a saddle bag and move it to the small of my back with people watching me and nobody would even know what I did.
I do agree that open carry is not a good idea, cant see any reason to do so, I'm not looking to advertise that I have something on me that someone might want to take away from me.
And I may be completely off base and it is that noticeable?
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