I recently went up to Brown's camp (Tillamook State Forest area) with my wife to do a little camping/ATV'ing/shooting and when riding, I had my pistol with me concealed by my jacket... A least most of the time, unless my jacket got hiked up while riding. My thinking was that "It wouldn't be a problem to Open Carry in this area, but in the interest of keeping my firearm from getting all muddy, I'd keep it concealed, but if it became visible at times, it shouldn't matter much, since OC was fine, AND I have my CC permit with me, so legally, it should not be a problem either way... Figuring I was fine legally, I found myself curiously wondering (question 1) would an instance where my pistol was visible or partially visible be probable cause enough to stop me and ask to see my CC permit (which I had with me, of course). Just curious about that... Then, I was recently chatting with someone who CC's regularly and even sells CC clothing/accessories, and I mentioned these circumstances and they seemed to think that legally, if I was CC'ing and it became visible then that could be legal trouble... That didn't make any sense to me, since I could legally O/C as well, so I don't see what the problem could possibly be... I could understand maybe having some people complaining or getting scared and calling the police if I was in downtown Portland if my legally CC'd pistol was accidentally noticed (e.g. a gust of wind blowing my jacket up, revealing it briefly), but even there I wouldn't think it would be a legal issue, rather just a public fear issue, so especially up at Brown's Camp where people expect to see guns, I wouldn't even expect a fear issue, let alone a legal issue... (question 2) Anyone know the details are on any legal issue that might arise regarding a CC weapon becoming visible (specifically in OR, which is an open carry state, with a few minor exceptions in certain areas where you need a CC permit to even OC)? Thanks.