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Thread: Possible loophole for open vehicle carry

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    I know that it is legal to open carry on a bicycle. I also know that mopeds that have pedals on them are legally not mopeds, but "motor-bicycles". I have a moped with pedals, and if I put a license plate on it I have all the rights/rules of an automobile. If I don't put a plate on it, I have all the rights/rules of a bicycle. The only thing is that I have to assist the engine with the pedals. If I never pedal, they could say I'm riding a moped with no plate, If I pedal, I am just riding a bike that happens to have a small engine assisting me.
    I am probably just talking out of my cornhole with this and I am POSITIVE if the cops saw me riding my moped with a 357 python well... you can imagine..


    (moped laws are as messy as gun laws)

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    A python is waaaaayyy too nice of a gun to carry on a bike! What if you take a spill and scratch that beautiful bluing?

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    I really never carry my python, I was just trying to invoke a nice mental image. My every-day carry is a cobra patriot. A lot of gun for under $400.

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    How did you know mine is blue? By the way, the python is the best blue steel ever made. My dad has the mirror finish stainless which is also sa-weet.

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    Bale da Hay

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    Within the gates before a man shall go,
    (Fully warily let him watch,)
    Full long let him look about him;
    For little he knows where a foe may lurk,
    And sit in the seats within.

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