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Just wondering how many, if anyone, carry's while they ride? I have not, but have often wondered if anybody did.

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I leave mine home, can't take it into any place that sells beer, and dont want it breaking ribs or anyting else if I happen to go bouncing down the trail without the sled under me.
 

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I haven't yet, but I may start this season. Odds of needing it are extremely low (especially out in the woods snowmobiling), but it's always good to be prepared...
 

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Originally posted by MI_Joe@Sep 15 2005, 07:23 PM
I haven't yet, but I may start this season.  Odds of needing it are extremely low (especially out in the woods snowmobiling), but it's always good to be prepared...
same here. and the odds are low but what if you get stranded in the middle of the woods? just nice to have. but the not being able to go in bars makes it more difficult - after all most meals i eat in the UP are at little bars...
 

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Last season our club in Rangeley Maine was hit by someone packin. The signs were put up after the trails were open. The blew holes in many signs.

RLSC Trail Sign Vandalism - During the last 2 weeks, someone, obviously on a snowmobile, decided to use one of our expensive signs for target practice. When Mr. Ronald Sargent, founder of the Rangeley Trail system, passed away last year, his family requested donations be sent to the RLSC and we thought it fitting to spend the money for upgrading the signage on the trails. The club spent approximately $3000 and a lot of time in getting these signs made and installing them. It's too bad that someone feels the need to undermine our best efforts and ruin them for everyone. If you have any information about this act of vandalism, please contact us at the address below
 

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My thoughts on this matter are that even if I had a sidearm, I don't think that I would travel on a sled with one. Knowing my luck, I would manage to shoot myself in the balls or something similar to that.
 

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Originally posted by scubasteve@Sep 16 2005, 07:32 AM
My thoughts on this matter are that even if I had a sidearm, I don't think that I would travel on a sled with one.  Knowing my luck, I would manage to shoot myself in the balls or something similar to that.
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My thinking is along your lines. The only time it would leave my side would be when the paramedics would be strapping me in after I shot of my cocknballs
 

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As far as shooting yourself I definitely wouldn't carry on a sled with a round in the barrel -- I don't care how reliable your gun is. It doesn't take long to rack the slide during your draw (or to pull back the hammer on a revolver with the hammer stored down on an empty chamber).
 

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yep, it must be a must carrying weapons :banana:

I thinking of mounting a 2" canon on my motorhelmet, but aint sure how to fasten it tight :dunno:

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