I, too, am 70 years old, but I cannot claim to not have had a helmet stolen from my bike. Parked it at Walmart, was inside for ten minutes, and came out to a cut-off helmet strap, the D-ring still securely in the helmet lock. It was a matching helmet with my wife's and had my half of the communication system in it. Pricier Walmart trip than I had planned. You are simply luckier than I am.I do have and read the owner's manual, I am aware of the helmet lock on the rear of the Valkyrie and there is a provision for a helmet lock on the helmet hook. I prefer to remove my helmet while sitting on the bike and then get off. I've never had a helmet stolen and never have locked a helmet up. However, I am only 70 years old so, there is time left for me to lose a helmet.
Yes, walk by, grab a helmet, stop by the pawn shop, then take cash to the the liquor store or guy on the corner ... You might check out the inventory at your local pawn shop to see if there's anyone around you exercising that technique. I hope not. My luck is more like KUGO's in this respect.Never had a helmet stolen.... I just can't imagine another rider stealing a helmet. Maybe it's the crackheads?
God blessed Texas!!! Also the only state that was an independent nation, and the still the only state to have it's own electricity grid versus the others being part of a larger, regional grid!!!!!Back several decades when I was a student at the state police academy we had a class on the use of deadly force. At that time the only state in the Union where it was legal to use deadly force to protect property was Texas. In every other state, the use of deadly force to protect property is called murder. State laws may have changed over the last 30 years.
Whether your user name is referring to your bike or your sidearm, in a court of law with a sitting jury, they will take it any way they want. And most won't appreciate the subtle wonderful-ness of a boxer 6. (What's the first thing most people think of when they hear the term "sixshooter"?) However, a good prosecutor will have already scoped out everything you've ever said on social media and use it against you in court. Verbatim. Count on it. Now I feel like I've done my good deed for the day.It might be a self-evident conclusion when you have the user name of Sixshooter and make the statement "I pity the fool who would attempt to steal from me".