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Gas Man
02-20-2010, 02:11 AM
Looks like they are coming back in style.

Sweet tool bags that you can put about anywhere. Some of you guys are rockin out bobber style. These look killer on the swing arm section of a bike.

http://www.nashmotorcycle.com/index.php?id=parts/frenchbaggett

http://www.nashmotorcycle.com/images/frenchbaggett-coverbig.jpg
http://www.nashmotorcycle.com/images/frenchbaggett2.jpg

http://www.nashmotorcycle.com/images/frenchbaggett3.jpg

or go bigger
http://www.nashmotorcycle.com/index.php?id=parts/nashtyolbags

http://www.nashmotorcycle.com/images/nashtyolbag_coverbig.jpg

Different angles?
http://www.nashmotorcycle.com/index.php?id=parts/sanchobags

http://www.nashmotorcycle.com/images/sanchobag_coverbig.jpg

Trainguy
02-20-2010, 07:02 AM
Gas is that a tool bag or a gun case?:cool: Sweet

Bob
02-20-2010, 07:52 AM
I'm still trying to figure out where to mount mine. And I'm also trying to get some buckle straps to mount it but not having luck from TourMaster, the brand of the bag.

RedneckMedic
02-20-2010, 07:58 PM
nice site ive been thinking about putting one on the swing arm for a little bit extra storage w/o having to go to saddle bags

Gas Man
02-20-2010, 08:24 PM
Well you 2 are who I thought of.

Could go with Roger from RMH out of New Jersey.. but I don't have his website link with me at work. He may be similar in price but come with hand tooled somin cool.

Gas Man
02-20-2010, 08:29 PM
Here's a thread of Roger aka Beeza's work.
http://www.bigdogbiker.com/forums/seat-leather/1489-tooled-leather-seats-bags.html

And here is his website
http://www.rmhcustomleather.com/

If you guys are interested get ahold of him. His work is OMG!!

Tell him Chopper Dave and I sent ya.

Mad Dog
02-20-2010, 11:04 PM
Gas is that a tool bag or a gun case?:cool: Sweet

I will be putting a Scabbard on the Road King this year so I can ride to the club for trap shooting. I'll post pics when I have it set up. I think it's legal.......Film at 11.........:D

RoadZombie
02-21-2010, 01:19 AM
I will be putting a Scabbard on the Road King this year so I can ride to the club for trap shooting. I'll post pics when I have it set up. I think it's legal.......Film at 11.........:D

Let me know how that works out. LoL I'm contemplating doing a "riot mount" on my drag bars for my tactical shotgun. ;-)

Bob
02-21-2010, 09:38 AM
Yeah, it's legal for sure, as long as the ammo is stored separate I believe.

I'm going to try and make a Kydex holster for my 9mm and was thinking if that works out well I might and try and make a kydex tool pouch for my bike as well.

RoadZombie
02-21-2010, 12:44 PM
Yeah, the standard "ammo seperate" rule would apply I'm sure. Probably not even worth the hassle to be honest. Already normally carry my Glock 37 concealed 95% of the time. The tactical shotty in a riot mount attached to the bars would just attract unessacery attention. Still think it would look cool as fuck though. Haha!

alhall88
02-21-2010, 02:48 PM
You can carry legally on your motorcycle providing its in an enclosed compartment (does not have to be lockable) and you are the only person on the bike as long as you have your CPL. Michigan laws only pertain to motor vehicles car and bike follow the same rules.

Bob
02-21-2010, 05:33 PM
You can carry legally on your motorcycle providing its in an enclosed compartment (does not have to be lockable) and you are the only person on the bike as long as you have your CPL. Michigan laws only pertain to motor vehicles car and bike follow the same rules.

That's for a pistol though if you have a CPL. Not for shotgun or rifle.

Bagger Dave
02-21-2010, 09:50 PM
Here's a thread of Roger aka Beeza's work.
http://www.bigdogbiker.com/forums/seat-leather/1489-tooled-leather-seats-bags.html

And here is his website
http://www.rmhcustomleather.com/

If you guys are interested get ahold of him. His work is OMG!!

Tell him Chopper Dave and I sent ya.

Hell yeah! Roger does good work! and has the cool snaps on them...no buckles!:D

http://i186.photobucket.com/albums/x59/davessleeve/Bike%20pics/Copy27ofDSCF0002.jpg