OC towards window or other patrons?
Restaurant carry question: In VA, we can OC in nice restaurants, but cannot carry concealed, so I did the "Virginia Tuck", tucking what to that point had been a cover garment behind the grips of my pistol. Anyone who was really looking for it could clearly see the pistol, but it was black on dark navy shirt and slacks, and people tend to hastily look away from my waistline...
She wanted a window seat (hey, it's our 20th), and I sat with my carry side towards the window. My thought was that with the lighting and reflections, any BG would be highly unlikely to see anything other than two people in the window, and my biggest issue really was the comfort level of the staff and other patrons. My goal was to enjoy a pleasant dinner with my wife rather than to make a political statement (though kudos for those who exercise this right a bit more vigorously than I do).
Thoughts? Should I have sat the other way or pushed for a table against an interior wall? Other comments?