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    simple question. can I OC on my motorcycle?

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    zx-twitch wrote:
    simple question. can I OC on my motorcycle?
    Rifle or handgun?

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    sorry hand gun

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    HankT wrote:
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    simple question. can I OC on my motorcycle?
    Rifle or handgun?
    You can OC both :P

    But yes you can OC on your bike, just make sure your jacket doesn't cover it, IF you don't have a CCW.

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    I always OC on my motorcycle. No if's and's or but's.

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    this is a very good thing to know.

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    zx-twitch wrote:
    simple question. can I OC on my motorcycle?
    To answer your "literal" question... YES. Now if it be legal or not depends upon OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES not included in the question!



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    such as???

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    Is one legally able to possess a firearm?

    Does the locale/state allow possession of a firearm in/on a vehicle, is a permit required?

    Is a permit required to carry a LOADED firearm?

    Is one physically capable of handling a firearm (No arms/hands etc)?

    Generally, all the previous input.... I was making a funny by answering the actually question you asked, not the one you intended to ask (I assume).

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    Since this is an Arizona forum, I assume the OP is referring to Arizona. As long as he is not a "prohibited possessor" according to federal or state law (i.e. convicted felon) then he can OC anywhere in Arizona on the roadways except on tribal land or tribal highways.



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