mrbigthoughguychris wrote:There is no law that requires a permit holder to conceal. As for switching between the two, just make sure you don't handle the firearm. Such as pull it out of your waistband or ankle holster, then transfer to the hip. But if you are just talking about taking off your jacket and exposing it, I do that all the time.can i go from cc to oc in public or oc to cc?
can i 'carelessly' cc? ie cc under a shirt that is too tight or too short (bending or reaching exosure) or covered by a loose piece of clothing (wind exposure)
my cc class instructor implied that once you cced you could not change to oc and vice versa. he also said that it was essential that our cc weapon be hidden at all times, he implied it was a crime to allow a cc weapon to be seen.
i was always so self concious about the possibility of someone seeing my gun
it was a real pain at the fair when my daughter wanted me to do bumber cars and i needed to move my weapon. i was afraid to let anyone see me transfer my gun to my wife (she has cc too) we had to walk around for a while before finding a place to transfer. looked more suspicious than anything.
should i be as concerned as i am/have been??
you folks are awesome and helpful i reguards to answering questions and validating/supporting your answers
thanks again in advance