You are wrong again big guy since I never done any of what the legal beagles call brandishing. Maybe you should get educated. I can and will take it out of my holster whenever and wherever I darn want to check it, scratch something or whatever I want.<quoted text>
It is against the law. The charge is "brandishing a weapon."
From some law site: "According to The American Heritage Dictionary, Second College Edition (1982), at p 204, the term brandishing is defined as: "1. To wave or flourish menacingly, as a weapon. 2. To display ostentatiously.n. A menacing or defiant wave or flourish." This definition comports with the meaning ascribed to this term by courts of other jurisdictions. For example, in United States v Moerman, 233 F3d 379, 380 (CA 6, 2000), the court recognized that in federal sentencing guidelines, "brandishing" a weapon is defined to mean "that the weapon was pointed or waved about, or displayed in a threatening manner."