Well, I guess this was in question for awhile this past winter, but not anymore. Letter from AG Rob McKenna to Senator Jim Hargrove I guess I'm in the market for a used one now, or after another months savings, a new one. Now, before I do, I probably need to consult a lawyer, but my understanding is that based on RCW 9.41.010 I can carry the Super Shorty in a scabbard on my motorcycle with shells inside. I'm not sure on the legality of shells in th tube vs. in the action, and that's part of what I'd want to review with legal counsel. No, this isn't my only use for a Super Shorty, I'll probably still get one even if I can't bring it on rides, but anyone who's ridden a bike for alot of miles knows that drivers can be downright offensive when it comes to lane positions, etc. I figure additional incentive to keep away might be kinda nice. I've been pelted with a hot coffee before by a young kid in his "customized racer" car and was glad for my windshield. Obviously, I won't be stopping for a drink at the local watering hole while it's on my bike, or anywhere else besides the range, because I'd have no way to secure it. I don't plan to pull it out while riding, but simply seeing it there might be a deterent (or might have me in a conversation with the local LEOS real quick). Not to mention it's designed to be fired two-handed so it'd be a *&#$^, and firing weapons from a vehicle is a crime in WA, as is brandishing. The closest law I can find that might apply to the situation would be RCW 77.15.460, but since the Super Shorty is an AOW, not a rifle or shotgun or pistol, it might just be legal. SO, does anyone know of an attorney in the area who specializes in or deals regularly with firearms law? Where is Lonnie when you have a question?