That is a great question, I have wondered myself... There is no one perfect carry position, and in some situations, as you stated, you need to store your weppon. Myself, it's some times the cargo pocket of my jeans, sometimes a holster on my belt, and sometimes in my boot/ankle holster. It all depends on the situation, the weather, etc. as to where I carry, and I often wonder how to deal with the reactions of others who may get the clue that I'm packin'... I was told by the instructor of the class I took to get my CC permit that even so much as the concealed gun 'printing' under your shirt/clothes will get you a brandishing charge if the cop want's to be a jerk about it.
However, this all confuses me. If we all have the right to carry openly, and if we then take the further steps to be alowd to concealed carry, why is it an issue? If we were first carring openly, and then conceal, it might not be an issue. But if the reverse is true, we get slapped with a brandishing charge?
Yes, I do understand that the point of concealed carry is just that, concealed, and at all times. But in reality, what's the real deal?