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Motorcycles and firearms

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by DammitBoy, May 17, 2012.

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  1. DammitBoy

    DammitBoy Member

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    How many of you highroaders own motorcycles as well and usually have two wheels on the highroad? Has anybody ever done a 'show your favorite gun with your streetbike' thread?

    Myself, I own a Yamaha VStar 1100 since 1999, it's my 12th Yamaha since I started riding when I was 8 years old on my YZ80.

    How about you? Post pics if you got 'em!
     
  2. GaryM

    GaryM Member

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    Eh, why not?
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    2005 FJR1300 and a Cavarns stocked AR in .300 whisper.
     
  3. langloisandy

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    No photos, but I pack a 1911 and my KLR 650/Vstrom.
     
  4. Ironman

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    How funny!!! I just did a Ducati and Guns Photo shoot with a buddy who just got a new camera and wanted some cool pics of my bike. I'll post tomorrow when I'm home!
     
  5. TNboy

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    Not only am I an avid motorcyclist I'm also a motorsports photographer by trade. For the last few years I've been into the go fast bikes, riding on local twisties (we have the best in the country) and doing quite a bit of track time, but I've found a want for a cruiser or touring bike here of late. I want to spend all day on a bike again with no idea what state I will bed down in for the night. No pics of guns and bikes together on file, I'll try to fix that when I have time.
     
  6. Jeff H

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    Not mine, but pretty cool nevertheless


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  7. subdude

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    Okay, I'm in. No firearms in the pics, but here's my rides:

    2008 Victory Vision Tour Premium.

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    1972 Triumph Bonneville

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  8. PBR Streetgang

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    The scoots!
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    I don't currently have a street ride, but have been road racing Yamaha's for 20 years. I used to have a Gold Wing for street use back in the early 2000's
     
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    Yamaha 1100

    I ride a Yamaha 1100 V Star Classic made in 2000. I carry a Ruger SR9C in a IWB holster. I usually go on a 5K ride every year.
     
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    '03 Triumph Sprint ST. Sold my Bonnie T100 several years ago.

    I don't have any special carry rig, just carry like always either IWB or belt.
     
  12. PBR Streetgang

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    Riding a 09 HD Road Glide with a sidecar....you would be surprised of what fits in there!!!!!
     
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    I've got a 2006 HD Dyna Superglide Custom (FXDCI), but it's too dirty most of the time for pictures :)
     
  14. abq87120

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    I ride a Goldwing. It's a school bus of a bike but it gets me around in comfort. All it needs is a hammock. I usually hop on it with my carry rigged for whatever I am wearing. Sorry but no pix of the bike. But here's my pooch.
     

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    I have a 2003 Yamaha R1 in Liquid Silver and also a ratty old red 1975 Honda CB400F set up cafe racer style with clubmans. Love my bikes :)
     
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    I only ride dirtbikes, and wish someone made an outdoor-use, bike-mountable scabbard for a lever rifle.

    Subdude, thanks for posting the pic of your Triumph Bonneville. That is simply outstanding.
     
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    Sold my 2007 Hayabusa and bought a new RaiderS HDE couple months back.
     
  18. worker

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    have a couple myself.
    Most responses are with 'comfort ride bikes': cruiser/retro/touring.
    Does it mean the civilian gun owners are comfort seeking :) ?
     
  19. doc2rn

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    My garage in the winter,..ughhhhhhh.
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  22. Sam1911

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    This thread doesn't muster up to the standard for being "gun related." Pictures of a gun near a bike don't make the thread about guns.

    Pictures of just bikes (and a dog?) don't even come THAT close.
     
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