That depends on where the "bulge" is!Short answer: it doesn't.
Most people aren't going to even see it; and since guys are wearing so much stuff on their belt nowadays anyway, if they see a bulge they're gonna think it's a phone, or some other piece of crap on the chandelier o' gear.
I don't sweat it. And I think it's more than a bit paranoid to think you'll be singled out for a bulge.
Won't matter a bit, other than someone knowing you now carry a firearm. I would only carry concealed, I don't want anybody knowing my buisness!I live in a state that has open and conceal carry - My question is what does it matter if you can see the bulge of the gun under your shirt if you can carry it either way? Maybe the wind may blow up your shirt and the gun will be exposed.
^Sounds exactly like PA's lawHere in MN it's simply a permit to carry a handgun. Open or concealed, it doesn't matter, as long as it's a handgun and you're not in a location/establishment where it's prohibited in accordance with state or federal law. So technically you could carry an AR pistol in a bandolier and it would be perfectly legal. Not that I'm advising it, but I wonder what kind of looks a person would get if they did so.
In Texas you're limited to concealed only aren't you? I don't think you're even permitted to print...Won't matter a bit, other than someone knowing you now carry a firearm. I would only carry concealed, I don't want anybody knowing my buisness!
It's always been a non-issue if it's not intentional. They had to Barney style the law because some idiots couldn't get it through their thick skulls with the old wording.This just recently got a little better. Printing won't get you in trouble anymore unless it's obviously intentional.