open-carry


open-carry

verb (used with or without object), o·pen-car·ried, o·pen-car·ry·ing.

  1. to openly carry a gun or other weapon in public: He open-carried a pistol to his daughter’s school.

noun

  1. the practice of publicly carrying a gun or other weapon that is fully or partially visible.

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