Printing penalty

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    I don't wish to advertise when I'm packing.

    Printing is avoided like poison ivy, poisonous snakes, STD's, broken glass on the road, ect....

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    No printing law in FL.
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    Here in North Dakota the law reads: "A firearm or dangerous weapon is concealed if it is carried in such a manner as to not be discernible by the ordinary observation of a passerby. There is no requirement that there be absolute invisibility of the firearm or dangerous weapon, merely that it not be ordinarily discernible." That seems to leave a lot of leeway, and I've never heard of anyone having a problem with printing here. According to that description, the bottom of the holster could even be showing, if it looks like the bottom of a phone or something. As far as bulges go, a lot of things can cause bulges under a shirt, including a fanny pack, multiple pagers, and even a colostomy bag or other medical devices. A shirt would have to be really skin-tight to give a clear enough outline of a gun to be a problem. (in ND anyway)

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    If "printing" in this context means "unconcealed," then Maryland is a state that prohibits printing. If you're one of the fortunate few who can convince the State Police to issue you a CCW, you'll lose your permit quickly if your weapon ever is unconcealed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roberev View Post
    If "printing" in this context means "unconcealed," then Maryland is a state that prohibits printing. If you're one of the fortunate few who can convince the State Police to issue you a CCW, you'll lose your permit quickly if your weapon ever is unconcealed.

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    I lived in Maryland for 18 years, all but two of it in Baltimore County and Baltimore City, and spent more money that I care to remember trying to get a carry permit. Calling Maryland a may-issue state is the same as calling the Mayor of Chicago a 2nd Amendment supporter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark IL NM View Post
    This is what many refer to as "printing"--i.e, the outline of the firearm is plainly discernable [sic] to an observer
    Many may refer to it, but they do so incrrectly. Texas does not have a printing law. Period. Having a g/f who is a former Ft Bend county prosecutor, she can count on zero fingers the number of printing arrests she has seen. Same with prosecutions.

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