I was at the range today; banged out 150 shots of trap in a Browning Citori, 75 rounds of 9mm, and 20 rounds of .308. Great time. When on the pistol/rifle range, I noticed a guy a few tables down from me wearing a loose-fitting Under Armour t-shirt, and heavily printing his CCW piece. On several occasions, he bent over to grab something out of his bag, and his shirt came up over the top of his pistol. He fixed his shirt eventually, and didn't really seem to care that he was showing he was carrying. This was the first time I'd ever seen anyone so nonchalant about concealing a firearm, and it surprised me to see this even at a shooting range. The range is 'cold', so no drawing and firing from a holster is allowed. I'm always very conscientious when it comes to my pistol printing. That's not something I want to wave around. Anyone have a similar experience before?