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  1. #41
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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Steeltrap View Post
    When you get to that point, reason was lost a long time ago.
    There have been fatal road rage cases where one or both parties involved passed their exit MILES before fatality, because they were so caught up in their raging that it took priority over getting to work.

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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    I'm still undecided which to do if I need to use the gun while in motion. Gun in right hand, giving me some control via the clutch...or gun in left (so-called weak) hand, giving me use of throttle and front brake. Leaning (no pun intended) toward left hand. If speed gets down near a stall, I could always snick it into neutral. OK. Now that I see it in print, left hand it is.

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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    I'm still undecided which to do if I need to use the gun while in motion. Gun in right hand, giving me some control via the clutch...or gun in left (so-called weak) hand, giving me use of throttle and front brake. Leaning (no pun intended) toward left hand. If speed gets down near a stall, I could always snick it into neutral. OK. Now that I see it in print, left hand it is.
    Why not a side car with a passenger and a gimble mount?

    Or a wrist mounted crossbow?



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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    Hate sidecars. Like removing the wings from an aircraft (unless it's one of the articulated mounts). Plus they are downright dangerous in a left turn at speed.

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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    The wrist mounted crossbow would be pretty cool.......until a bug hits your eye and you reach up to attempt to clear the bug.....and the crossbow goes off. Self inflicted lobotomy.

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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Steeltrap View Post
    The wrist mounted crossbow would be pretty cool.......until a bug hits your eye and you reach up to attempt to clear the bug.....and the crossbow goes off. Self inflicted lobotomy.
    If you were Wez, you'd just pull that bolt out and put it with the others ready to to shoot again.
    Rules are written in the stone,
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    all you get is ridicule, laughter,
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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    Hate sidecars. Like removing the wings from an aircraft (unless it's one of the articulated mounts). Plus they are downright dangerous in a left turn at speed.
    Not necessarily, you just need a willing passenger of questionable intelligence.


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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    Hate sidecars. Like removing the wings from an aircraft (unless it's one of the articulated mounts). Plus they are downright dangerous in a left turn at speed.
    they lift during right turns unless your in england. left turns can be taken harder.

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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    Quote Originally Posted by RockIsland View Post
    Not necessarily, you just need a willing passenger of questionable intelligence.

    Video should be playing Ah-Ha's Take On Me.
    Rules are written in the stone,
    Break the rules and you get no bones,
    all you get is ridicule, laughter,
    and a trip to the house of pain.

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    Default Re: Carrying while riding a motorcycle

    In 30 years in the Philadelphia PD, I've never fired from a moving vehicle, car or motor.

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