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Motorcycle rifle

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by BADUNAME13, Apr 26, 2007.

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  1. BADUNAME13

    BADUNAME13 Member

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    ...I'm looking for one... Any ideas?
     
  2. kcmarine

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    Uh... yeah.


    It's called a pistol.
     
  3. SigfanUSAF

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    Get one of those leather scabbords for the M1 carbine like they used to put on the WWII Harleys, and the respective M1 Carbine.

    I'd leave you alone.
     
  4. Winter Borne

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    Kel tec folding sub gun migh do. You might want to put a scabard on the front fork with a Thompson like the WWII harleys.

    mk
     
  5. Winter Borne

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    Sorry Sigfan, I posted before I saw your post.


    oppps
     
  6. BADUNAME13

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    I am shopping for a bike... I want it for crusing... I travel with a rifle.

    (Appriciate the Keltec Sub 2000 but I have one and am considering selling. A 9mm carbine isn't worth it IMHO.)

    I need to find a Motorcycle Cop... I was told they have 'rigs' on their gear...

    (I wont it to ether lock, or be hidden. Preferably both)
    -And I'd prefer to avoid the big bulky 'ATV case'.
     
  7. coinshooter

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    I was looking at the Keltec su 16 it would be handy.
     
  8. Gustav

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    Most lever actions can have the stock off with a screwdriver also maybe either a .303 Enfield MKIV sporter or .308 Ishapore SMLE MkIII 2A with a cut down and recrowned barrel as the stock can be removed with two screwdrivers.
    Folding stocks that fit the Remington 870 can be made to fit the Remington 742 7400 760 7600 and these can be had with 18 inch barrels or less if a gunsmith shortens it properly.
    Another one to consider is a Mini 14 many put folders on these.
    I always thought of building an Ishapore 7.62x51 MK III 2A scout with an adapted ACE telescoping stock and a 1-4x EER pistol scope or an Eotech Holographic sight, have barrel shortend and recrowned and add a muzzle break and a Parker Hale rear sight and a 2 stepped front ramp (100 & 300 yards) protected by wings.
    10 or 12 round mags with stripper clips allow fast feeding.:evil:
    I wonder if this would be 50 state legal its not a semi auto its only a bolt action?:rolleyes:
     
  9. Gordon

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    My son uses a Springfied M-6 scout rifle in .410/.22 hornet folded into a backpack or large side bag. If you want more readily accessable firepower I too think a pistol is the only option that won't freak people out like a scabbard will!;)
     
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    How about one of those short barreled lever actions. I cannot remember the Steve McQueen tv series back in the 60's. Otherwise, I would apply to get some sort of SBS.
     
  11. slzy

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    ural motorcycles imports a military model with a sidecar,complete with pintle mount for a rpk:D
     
  12. BADUNAME13

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    slzy: I thought of that, but don't know if it will mount my 1919!:D
     
  13. SigfanUSAF

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    That needs to be the priority here.
    Mounting a 1919 on a sidecar.
    Wonder how that would go over with the boys in blue?
     
  14. MassMark

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    Krink in a tank bag... ;)
     
  15. security6

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    How about a Yugo underfolder AK-47?
     
  16. strat81

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    I say Krink if it must be rifle caliber although the SU-16 looks pretty cool.

    Otherwise, a stainless 4" K-Frame .357 Mag.
     
  17. Ratfood

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    Sawed off a 12 guage only way to go


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  18. CB900F

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    Nomad;

    Veery Interestink! What caliber? Would you consider a .22 rimfire? If so, take a look at the Marlin model 39TDS (Take Down System) .22 levergun. The little bugger has a 16" barrel and is made to separate into two sections. Even if it's to stay together, it's got to be one of the smallest rifles you're going to be able to find. They aren't made anymore, you'd have to go used. However, they are Marlin 39's one of the highest quality guns made, no problem with used ones.

    900F
     
  19. Avenger29

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    Nomad, I had a similar need. I was thinking Keltec Sub2000, but I ended up going with an 870. Check the thread here

    The best solution I can think of for security would be one of the Beretta Security Pack bag (see the Beretta website and check accessories> safety/security).

    I don't think he would be happy with .22LR, then, CB900F
     
  20. slzy

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    uh,sigfan, we were making a "joke" about the sidecars. this is why we included approriate emoticons. lighten up.
     
  21. dc2wheel

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    If by rifle you mean SMG then this is your answer:
    http://www.hkpro.com/action8mcyclemp5s.jpg
    [courtesy of HKpro.com & the Torrance, CA PD]
    I think Galls sells the brackets - not exactly discreet carry, though it would discourage tailgaters.
    -dc2wheel
     
  22. Joe Demko

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    The Yugo underfolders are pretty compact and durable.
     
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    Although spendy, the FN PS90 is compact. Even moreso if you SBR it. :evil:
     
  24. kmrcstintn

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    there are several good ways to approach this...mostly need to know what is your price range and patience level? there are some great ideas to look at, but depending upon what you choose, there may be a supply/demand problem

    a smaller 5.56mm offering is the KelTec SU16 (model C folds in a way that it can be fired while folded); 5.56mm pistols inclde the KelTec PLR-16 and a whole range of hand cannons based upon the venerable AR-15

    contrast this with 7.62 x 39: Yugo underfolder; other variants w/ side folders; there are now hand cannons based upon the AK-47 platform if you want a great 'intermediate' round in a really small package

    a classis is the M-1 carbine in .30 carbine; rare as they are, I have seen a deliberate production hand cannon based upon the M-1 carbine...neat looking thing but too much $$$ at $1,000 used with only 1 mag

    I just remembered a good article chronicling a shortening and revamping of a Marlin 336..here's the link...

    http://www.madogre.com/Interviews/Marlin336CS.htm

    good luck with your choice and your setup
     
  25. silentmajority

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    Those cops' beat must be some bad ass neighborhoods - LAPD Compton, maybe?
     
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