Not the "exposing" your thinking of.... So if Oregon is an "open carry" state except in Multnomah County and a few other towns where you have to have a CHL to open carry. While ago I read a thread somewhere about the legality of printing, which there really isn't any law governing it so print away as long as you have your CHL. Then I wondered about accidentally exposing or flashing of the firearm say if the wind blows your cover shirt open a bit, or if you bend over and the muzzle protrudes slightly from the bottom of the cover garment. Thinking about this I realize if you have a CHL then it doesn't matter because there are no laws governing the definition of "concealed" and even in places prohibiting open carry your covered there with your CHL. Another thought.... lets say you accidentally overdressed on a hot day and decided you just couldn't take it any more and switched or transitioned to open carrying. Technically legal. in my never ending quest to wrap my head around all the BS laws that don't affect criminals I cant find anything that says a CHL holder should worry about someone seeing their firearm however visible or not it is..... ? PS: Im curious about Washington too since I visit there regularly.