ABNinfantryman wrote:Yes, there may be something that you missed.Is there something I missed on the regs or case law saying this is illegal?
I carried concealed in SC for about ten years.
Hypothetically, after you make it clear that you are armed your potential assailant disengages and withdraws. You go on your way but he files a complaint. On investigation the cops find your permit and that you were indeed armed. Welcome to deep kimchee.
In SC there have been a number of road rage incidents in which one party accused the other of displaying a weapon. In SC all may have a gun in the car. It's a cheap shot that works best against a permitted carrier for the cops to find that the accuser was correct that his victim was armed whether the gun was displayed or not.
Just like your other 'gun', keep it in your pants until you can legally use it, then use it without hesitation. Draw and fire in one smooth motion. None of this ignorant stylin' as an ABN (Able Bodied Nauti?).