Are you running that Glock 40 with iron sights or did you take advantage of the modular optics system and put a red dot on yours? I have the same gun and I put a Vortex Venom sight on it. Shoots extremely well!I use my bikes for prehunting scouting. Lots easier then walking and I can cover more ground. Carry a pistol on my chest in a tanker style holster, usually a Glock 40 in 10mm.
I run both ways. One 40 is set up with a Trijicon red dot and tall night sights which co witness through the sight. Other 40 is bone stock from the factory. Also have two 20's and a 29 bone stock for a total of 5 Glock 10mm's. All depends on weather and what I'll be doing which one gets to go. Nice clear and just trail cruising/scouting the red dot goes. Getting "back" in the brush and mud setting up stands I'll take the stock one so dirt and junk doesn't get in the red dot. The 20's are in my truck and car console. The 29 pulls shoulder holster duty when needed and for road riding the ST1300.Are you running that Glock 40 with iron sights or did you take advantage of the modular optics system and put a red dot on yours? I have the same gun and I put a Vortex Venom sight on it. Shoots extremely well!
I always liked the idea of a gun scabbard in the position you have it or down the front fork tubes. However, for me, it was more for nostalgia looks. Your's will work nicely on your hunting trips being slim and out of the way for the most part.Added a scabbard today. Tooled around town to see how the .45-70 Gov't. Alaskan Guide gun rode...didn't even know it was there!