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post #1 of 162 Old 10-06-2004, 3:33 PM Thread Starter
 
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Riding with or without a firearm.

Just curious,Im sure theres been a post about it before, but im a NEWB.. I know different states have different carrying law's, Here in AZ its legal to carry a chambered weapon as long as its exposed and not concealed. Or you can get a CCW to conceal a firearm..I currently ride with a Glock G23 Midframe .40 cal with a holster that exposes the firearm to people behind me and on my side, and I do ride chambered. When I rode without anything I would get people who would try to push me off the road or try to tailgate me, or the ocasional Harley toughguy wannaBe. I do notice that no one tail gates me with it
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I currently ride with a Glock G23 Midframe .40 cal with a holster that exposes the firearm to people behind me and on my side, and I do ride chambered
Good ****

I know around here you cant carry without a permit and even transporting the gun has to be empty and the bullets seperated from the clip and both have to be out of reach like in a trunk
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When I rode without anything I would get people who would try to push me off the road or try to tailgate me, or the ocasional Harley toughguy wannaBe. I do notice that no one tail gates me with it
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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

I do sometimes, although in Va you have two choices.
A) Carry it in the wide open without a permit,
or b) it must be completely concealed if you have a premit.
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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

rule #1

Respect the Glock.
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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

Do you also hunt wild game with automatic assault rifles?

And then there's this asshole...
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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

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rule #1

Respect the Glock.

I used to ride with a compact Taurus 9mm, but then after a friend of mine wrecked going 65 on his r6, slide for god knows how long ON his Glock and it still fires and shoots straight.. It just looks like crap!

Then I bought a Glock
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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

Can't do that out here or the stunner's would be out I Robot'n each other.

Hmmm, note to self!

Be nice though, especially out here. People get a little edgy with the motorcycles splittin' lanes.
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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

Guns are bad. Any of you that own guns are criminals and bad Americans. In fact, you are bad people. Yeah, anyone that would even WANT to own a gun is automatically a bad person.
The whole root of all the problems with this world is America and their gun-toting crazy citizens. The rest of the world is so perfect they can do no wrong.
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Can't do that out here or the stunner's would be out I Robot'n each other.

Hmmm, note to self!

Be nice though, especially out here. People get a little edgy with the motorcycles splittin' lanes.
I have to admit that lane splitting thing amazes me. The cell phone addicts around here would off you in a day, the way they weave around.

Must obey the sheep dog
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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

lane splitting is the only way to ride in nyc... if i wanted to be stuck in 3 hours of traffic i would do it in the comfort of my car.

have to admit that i almost got creamed yesterday when a cager failed to look before changing lanes... i was bitching like it was his fault and signaling for him to use his eyes (shouldnt have in there in the first place!!).
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Do you also hunt wild game with automatic assault rifles?
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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

Here in Florida in is never legal to carry a exposed firearm. If you have a CWP (concealed weapon permit) then you can carry it concealed only. If it is exposed you are in violation of the law. Yes I do carry a pocket pistol. Hell this is Miami!

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Re: Riding with or without a firearm.

Reminds me of that photo of the rider wearing an AK47 on his back.

Bikes and women - both have nice curves.
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Reminds me of that photo of the rider wearing an AK47 on his back.

Find that pic!!!
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