There’s a reason it’s called concealed carry as opposed to open carry. And apparently this Kansas concealed carrier was not exactly carrying “concealed” when several movie goers complained that he was carrying a gun.
The movie theater is Salina, Kansas did not have any signs posted saying that guns were not allowed, but the establishment asked the gun owners to leave the establishment.
According to ksn.com,
The central mall movie theater didn’t have a sign posted, but under the new laws still had the right to ask the man to leave.
The man is a licensed concealed carry holder but, the weapon wasn’t very well concealed.
“He was carrying it in such a manner that it was bulging from his side and the customers could tell he was carrying,” said Captain of the Salina Police Department, Mike Sweeny.
“Because it was affecting their business, they were losing money because of his actions,” added Sweeney.
KSN reached out to gun experts to figure out what the man did wrong in this situation.
Bob Muir with Cleve’s Marine and Sporting Goods said something known as “printing” was the issue in this case.
“You can sometimes tell that is the handle of a gun because you can see the trigger guard,” said Muir.
Muir suggested having the right gear can help prevent incidents like the one at the theater from happening.
Muir adds that it’s the responsibility of the concealed carry license holder to make sure they’re abiding by the law.
There were no arrests or charges brought against the gun-holder in this incident.
If you are going to carry a concealed handgun make sure it’s actually concealed.
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