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    I carry a Remington re-pro revolver.On days like this, when it's raining, I pretty much can't carry . I was considering getting a flap holster to keep the rain at bay. Does anyone know of any case law on whether or not that could be construed as concealed?
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    If the gun is recognizable as such in the flap holster *I* would consider it open carry.

    Thing is.....someone can claim they can't recognise it as a gun. The more open it is, the less chance of being accused.

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    Yeah, that's my thought too. You never know when youmight geta hotshot.
    He that would make his own liberty secure, must guard even his enemy from oppression; for if he violates this duty, he establishes a precedent which will reach to himself. -- Thomas Paine (1737--1809), Dissertation on First Principles of Government, 1795

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