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Driving home from work today on the highway, saw a guy carrying a Springfield on his motorcycle. His shirt had ridden up and the gun was clear as day. I pulled up beside him and motioned to him that I could see it and he nodded. Looked like he fixed it after I passed.

Just posting this as a reminder to those who ride bikes to be aware of your shirt. I would hate to have someone call the popo on you. I think he thought he was safe because of the padded jacket he was wearing.
 

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Thanks for the reminder. I kinda sit on my shirt tail against the back of the seat to keep it down. Probably causes a jello mold print but it's covered.

What the heal kinda gawdysickle is that with the revolver? EESH! That's worse than a Ness Mess.
 

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Thanks for the reminder. I kinda sit on my shirt tail against the back of the seat to keep it down. Probably causes a jello mold print but it's covered.

What the heal kinda gawdysickle is that with the revolver? EESH! That's worse than a Ness Mess.
Since your in the Tampa Bay area, I'm sure you know of the Selmon Crosstown? Well, he was riding right through downtown Tampa at rush hour so a lot of people would have been able to see it.
 

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Living in an "open carry" state makes an accidental flashing a moot issue.
Even so, when I ride and carry, I try to wear a"banded bottom" pull-over style shirt or keep my vest or jacket secured.

A few year ago I spotted a guy riding his crotch-rocket on I-94 east-bound with his t-shirt blown up on his back with a gun in an IWB.
It didn't bother me but I'd think the cops probably got a few phone calls about it.
 

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Not a fan of being sloppy. If, for some reason, I'm going to or from something work related on a motorcycle, and the weather is warm, my weapon is in plain view. Otherwise, you won't see a hint of a weapon, even though I'm doubly legal to carry that way if I wanted to.
 

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I'm thinking of switching to a shoulder holster for when I ride. It should fit just right under my jacket.
 

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Driving home from work today on the highway, saw a guy carrying a Springfield on his motorcycle. His shirt had ridden up and the gun was clear as day. I pulled up beside him and motioned to him that I could see it and he nodded. Looked like he fixed it after I passed.

Just posting this as a reminder to those who ride bikes to be aware of your shirt. I would hate to have someone call the popo on you. I think he thought he was safe because of the padded jacket he was wearing.
Thanks for the info. i live in Florida, and I don't want any hassles Period.
 
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