The thread title is misleading. [on edit: That seems to have been corrected. Thanks to whoever did that.] The ruling said that concealed carry is not a right. I think this one is a loser and should not be pursued.
The right is to carry, not to conceal. If the case is pressed, I expect a SCOTUS ruling that contains those precise words, encouraging some States that stopped regulating CC to resume.
One upside, if the Court so rules, they will be saying, in a somewhat roundabout way, that OC is not only lawful, but is, in fact, the very right mentioned in the 2A--somewhat as the ALSC did in State v. Reid.