I have a buddy who I've known since we were both in junior high school who occasionally comes and visits. We live far apart enough that when I and my wife visit him or he and his wife visit us, someone's spending the night (there's no way I'd make him get a hotel, and vice versa). The last time they came to visit was right after he got his carry permit. The first thing he did when he got here was ask me where he wanted me to put his carry gun when it wasn't on him. And that, really, is all I personally care about. If you're legal, you're legal, and I'm personally not going to mind as long as it's in your direct possession and you're not an idiot handling it. If you're going to be staying long enough that you're going to want to have it not in your direct possession while in my home - have the courtesy to ask. We put a small safe in the spare room while they were here, he set the combo, I cleared it after he left. My kids know what to do if they find a firearm, but they never have, because I keep them in a safe if they're not in my direct possession. I would expect anyone who was visiting here and given the spare room to abide by that. Anybody else - not an idiot? Legal? I'm not worried.