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I made this to hopefully give people some idea of the process of transporting firearms on a motorcycle. While it's not perfect it should give a basic understanding of how. It's not legal advice and states may differ, so know your laws first.

 

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The OEM Glock lock. :lol

And that ACR. :drool
U like ACR's I haz moar!

The glock lock thing was showed to me by turners when I bought my first pistol. And it's stood the test of 10 years and multiple law enforcement encounters, but like I say in the vid it's not the best way to go for sure.

As far as my beloved jansport bag I would put that up against anything else for cost v utility. That ones survived 2 crashes and 3 solid years of back country abuse.

I have converted some number of other friends who have gone out with me with there silly molle gear only to have it wrecked up by thorns, bushes, trees and rocks. Less failure points too :)
 

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It is extremely difficult to get a carry license in So Cal. I am one of the few people I know that can get one and its only through major hookups. However people are so paranoid we even had an air marshal almost get shot by mall cops recently for printing so I prefer to bag it with my ammo and stuff on the occasions I need to do so.
 

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Did not realize you where in Cali. A lot of guns are even "illegal in California" due to high capacity magazines and so forth.

Down here in Florida it is not difficult, just a waiting process. However, I had someone that worked in the licensing department so instead of waiting 4+ months to get an appointment I was able to go right in and 2 weeks later had my CWP.

Here in Florida (not sure if you are familiar or not) you have to get a firearm training certificate (or class G security certificate) which you include with your electronic finger prints, an application and a questionnaire. If all is well and you pay a $117 fee you will get your license.

How is it set up in So Cal?
 

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Did not realize you where in Cali. A lot of guns are even "illegal in California" due to high capacity magazines and so forth.

Down here in Florida it is not difficult, just a waiting process. However, I had someone that worked in the licensing department so instead of waiting 4+ months to get an appointment I was able to go right in and 2 weeks later had my CWP.

Here in Florida (not sure if you are familiar or not) you have to get a firearm training certificate (or class G security certificate) which you include with your electronic finger prints, an application and a questionnaire. If all is well and you pay a $117 fee you will get your license.

How is it set up in So Cal?
Cali has its ups and downs - pistols must be on an approved list and the companies have to pay 10K yearly for that in every model and I think every color. We can't have more than 10 rounds and they are fixed in semi auto rifles unless you registered them before 2000 or have some funky grip.

For CWP its getting better most places except Orange County and San Marin where SF is but people are pushing the process forward. SB county where I live and Riverside are apparently much better about it.

People complain about calis gun law but it's 78 here tomorrow and not only is some of the nicest beaches an hour from me so is some of the best mountains and roads - all of these are less than 2 hours from me. I told some guy today that when supressors become more important to me than riding Ill move :)

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Somehow I do still manage to get some cool stuff - 7.62x39 ar pistol anyone ?

 

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Fortunately for me I live in nor-cal and my county is very pro carry and the local LEOs encourage law abiding citizens in the community to get their carry permits.

I hear we are not the norm for here in Cali though but I feel lucky :biggrin
 

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yeah at the shot show media day there was a couple of suppressed FN pistols and PS90s which are cool because they obviously provide for an increased ammo capacity. And a unique design on the ps90

But since cali restricts to 10 rounds I usually stick to 9mm 147gr +P speer gold for pistol or 62gr green tip 556 for rifle stuff.

I know the SS lol secret service did a huge study not that long ago and ruled it out over 357 sig based glocks.

For defeating body armor it would be ideal but for civilians without access to explosive and other versions of that ammo but I would stick to rifle rounds for that considering the cost of whats available.

If I was going to talk about options the one that's really exciting me is the 6.5 grendel round especially because wolf is bringing out a very low cost version in a month or two.

Also there is some amazing spec ops level 9mm rounds that are available in tungsten and of differing designs. Also these new LMT rounds.
 
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