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Re: Motorcycle strikes ax-wielding man in CA

The only drawback I can see to carrying a classic hog leg (ie, single action) is that ya have to stop & ***** the hammer to fire it.

But it is safer I suppose especially if you treat your hog leg like a pre-modern era classic & leave the chamber below the hammer open - a great place to hide your "burying money".

I could have some fun with the "Urban Dictionary" defs of Hogleg, but gotta get back to the salt mines and make some $$ fast before the newly horny dems vac it out 'o me wallet...

Excellent, Thurber! I think I'll fish out my old, tattered copy of Skeeter Skelton's best and maybe read a Bill Jordan story or two about Border Patrol fun.
 

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Hmmm, a new filter. I was going to Kock the hammer.

Lets see if the filter works with mis-spelling.

Think of how amusing the late "dx's" postings would have been with an active filter!

**** and *** your *** and your sisters dogs ***!!!
 

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Re: Motorcycle strikes ax-wielding man in CA

SmokeU, I think it depends on the state, municipality & level of license one has - not to mention the state of mind of the LEO one might encounter.

How the firearm is stored will also play a role.

I think it would be a mistake to automatically assume that one has legal troubles just from carrying a pistol on a bike...at least for now. I imagine it will get exponentially more difficult to be a law abiding firearms fan in the future regardless of who is being elected. The "security mom's" and ****less men will see to that.
 
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