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    Lightbulb Guns on motorcycles

    Now I've seen this posted here before and haven't gotten a straight answer. I drive a 2015 husqvarna fe501s which is a street legal dirt bike( no saddles, bags or anything) and i just bought a beautiful winchester sxp buck and bird combo and would like to know the best way to transport it on this motorcycle. I'd be taking it to a range and or friends house for huning.anyone know if i can backpack it or a phone number to a lawyer who would know best. Thanks

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    Evan napen. Google his name. He is the lawyer to talk to in this state
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    I'm assuming a locked gun scabbard. And the ammo stored separately would be fine. But get some good legal advise first as stated above. You will be painting a bullseye on yourself in this nazi state.
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    As also a motor cycle cop guns and motor cycles don't go together cause when you crash and you will you go one way your gun goes another way .

    just my two cents

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    you are operating an automobile that has no separate compartment. Therefore you are required to lock up either your ammo or firearm within reach. on a bike i suggest putting a lock on both. no reason you should be harassed unless its by a boot.
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    Looks good to me.
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    Lmaooooo

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    I take my break action shotgun on my bike(KLR) strapped in a bag on the back all of the time. I've been followed and stopped by COs several times. They look at how I transport it, check my license and wish me luck on my hunt. Never had a problem.

    I have also strapped a hard gun case with my 22 rifle in it scabbard style from the back handhold to the passenger footpeg and gone to the local WMA for target shooting. COs showed up and said nothing about how I was transporting it. Again just checked hunting licenses and said have a good day.

    I've also ridden past State Troopers this way who I know noticed but took no action. This may be due to the fact I'm fairly rural in and around Assunpink and Collier Mills.

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