Active and passive safety devices.

Obviously, the rifle would have to be wrapped against dust.

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12 Responses to Active and passive safety devices.

  1. perspicuity says:

    around here, the rifle could not be loaded, i think, unless worn; and a case is a good idea…

    but i know a lot of bikers that carry. just in case some jerk wants and run them off the road, or come at them with a tire iron. good stuff.

    • Flint says:

      That one’s unloaded… and broken in half. I expect it would not be an issue.

      There have been some bills in the recent past to fix that nonsense, anyway. They intent of the law was to discourage poaching, but it had serious unintended consequences. If the NH Supreme Court was slightly better, it might be worthwhile for someone to make an Article Three challenge.

  2. Herohog says:

    I have ridden many a mile on my bike with an SKS slung across my back here in Louisiana! One day I was bringing 2 home from my gun shop and had them cross-slung on my back riding my bike and passed a State Trooper. He was laughing so hard I thought he was going to wreck! 😀

  3. Jake Dorsey says:

    Hey! That’s my combination there!

    Though that helmet’s nicer than mine.

  4. EW1(SG) says:

    Last Monday went down, destroying a helmet, jacket, and one glove. Boots were abraded, but some polish will set them straight. Carry weapon safely cocooned in a small of back holster, protected by the snap down flap on the back of the jacket and still ready to use to protect me, if necessary.

    Bike needs some work too…it isn’t looking like its normal silvery black armament self, and it’s not going to “buff right out.”

    But they all did their jobs, and I am safe.

    • perlhaqr says:

      Been there, done that, at 65 mph on the blacktop. Helmet — trash, gloves — trash, jacket — trash, pants — trash. Got up and walked off the freeway. No complaints. Glad to hear yours did the job right too.

  5. Turk says:

    Why not use a saddle scabbard like cavalrymen did, or the did in WW II on the WLA 45 Harley?….TC

    • perlhaqr says:

      I’ve thought about hanging one on my front forks. Or making a “rifle rack” that goes across the front of the handlebars. Possibly with a lock.

  6. Bob in Houston says:

    Whats the make/model of the helmet? I got a Schuberth that needs replacing.

  7. BFD says:

    That’s an HJC helmet, I have one just like it but silver, or mine is pretty close. Does the pictured one have the rear red light?

    Pretty good helmet, and less expensive than many. My only complaint is that the vent covers for the front broke with nothing but carrying the helmet about in a bag – but I don’t care too much because why would I want those closed, ever?
    (I’m talking about the little shiny bit behind the grip of the PF9 – one broke off, the other was really loose so I popped it off myself)

  8. James says:

    Ooh I’m jealous of that bike. I’ve already got the guns.

    How’s she run? Smooth shifter? I hear it’s a dry hydraulic clutch and I’ve only ever used wet cable clutches.

  9. Bob in Houston says:

    Ok, after 4 days or so of Intarwebz searching, its a GMax GM54S

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