“Open Carry” policies in 49 states permit citizens to carry guns in holsters where they are visible to the public, while “concealed carry” policies also permit citizens to arm themselves in public, but only if the weapon is not visible to others.
Um, really? Because just off the top of my cranium, I can think of four states that ban open carry: Texas, South Carolina, Florida, and now, California.
These people don't even understand the laws they hope to change and/or toughen. I have no idea how anyone takes them seriously. Apparently even a passing understanding of the issue gained from a quick trip to OpenCarry.org was too much to ask.