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concealed carry

Syllabification: con·cealed car·ry

Definition of concealed carry in English:

noun

North American
The practice of carrying a concealed firearm on one’s person in public: concealed carry is legal in the vast majority of states [as modifier]: a concealed carry permit Compare with open carry.
More example sentences
  • If you carry a handgun you do so to protect and serve the public or you possess a concealed carry permit to protect yourself and your loved ones.
  • If passed, the proposal would free judges from such restrictions as background checks, waiting periods and concealed carry weapons permits.
  • This isn't intended to be a concealed carry rig.

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