Last Call – Wanted Dead or Alive Edition

I'm a cowboy, on a steel horse I ride.

Someday, when I look back on my life for the inevitable cable television documentary on A&E/Discovery/Court TV/VH1’s “Hey, Remember the ‘00s?” series, I’ll be able to pinpoint the exact moment that changed my life: when I discovered that you can mount a gun rack on a motorcycle. Combining two manly and unhealthy things in a way that bacon and ice cream just can’t match.
But hey, this is the sort of cheesy lone-wolf Wild West cowboy posturing that so befuddles Europeans and guarantees the continuing success of the Three Wolf Moon shirt. As such, we’ll humor the owner with what is presumably his theme song, announcing his arrival at every Flying J in the tri-state area.

[Hat tip to LongRoofian! Also, if you’re in law enforcement this is what you get to play with. Color me jealous.]

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  1. damnelantra™[!] Avatar

    looks like something the cartoon bullets in "who framed roger rabbit" would cruse around on.

  2. Alff Avatar

    Nah, I'd rather have the Ural. My passenger can carry the AK.

  3. CptSevere Avatar

    It shouldn't be too surprising that a guy here in Tombstone built a bike with pretty much the same theme, but I don't think it came with a stainless steel single action Colt (it might be a Ruger Vaquero, like the one I have). I do remember the saddle being custom built by our local gunleather shop, and the bike as a whole was a pretty well put together chopper. The guy is a buddy of mine, and knows his stuff.

  4. dmilligan Avatar

    A theme song for riding a motorcycle? That's gotta be the one that starts:
    "I don't want a pickle, just want to ride on my motorsickle…"
    that Arlo wrote. I mean, it's just common sense.

  5. lilwillie Avatar

    Squad car in the background illegally parked. It's a wonder why we arm ourselves these days.

    1. acarr260 Avatar

      I think that the squad car in the background gives it an nice outlaw feel.

      1. lilwillie Avatar

        Yes, it does.

    2. Slow Joe Crow Avatar
      Slow Joe Crow

      but is the squad car driven by a four foot cop with a five foot gun?
      "A cop that one time musta been around six foot three
      But was met at the bottom of a mountain
      By a flyin’, singin’ writin’ weirdo freak"

  6. scroggzilla Avatar

    BZR, may I suggest an altogether more manly song for this bike.
    [youtube aYcrR1cAe9I youtube]

  7. JeepyJayhawk Avatar

    Hey, what about bacon ice cream… for BREAKFAST!?
    So does the shotgun mount on the cop bike seem like a good way to suddenly stop yourself or bend your tactical shotgun? Also, a bit inconvenient. Why not mount it saddle mount?

  8. Tammy Baldwin Avatar

    It is strange how many different sites the internet has about this topic I don’t know if I’ll ever need to come back, but it’s good to know I stumbled upon the one that provides some helpful information if this comes up for me another time