CCW exposure/printing in Kansas
I took 2 classes for my CCW permit, and I remember in both they discussed the dangers of allowing your concealed weapon to print, or be exposed. I "remember" being told that you could be charged criminally if someone complained. (could this have been if reference to another state?)
It was explained that this was to prevent someone who was displaying or brandishing a weapon for purposes of intimidation, from using "accidental exposure" as an excuse.
Now, I can't find anything in the law that addresses this.
I realize that if you do allow your weapon to be "seen" that you're just asking for someone to freak out, and you may end up having to explain to LE if they call it in.
However, I'd really like to know if this is just common sense, or if there is a true legal liability.
Anyone know for sure?