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pack a gun

To have a firearm, especially a handgun, currently on one's person. There just aren't guns anywhere in the country. Even most of the police don't pack guns! I make sure I'm always packing a gun when I go through this part of town.
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packing a gun

tv. carrying a gun. The crook was packing a gun and carrying a knife in his hand.
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It is also important not to pack guns in a case that is too obvious.
One would be hard-pressed to think of a more conducive environment for dropping dead than this scenic but explosively violent Colombian city, where all the wrong people (they are legion) pack guns and even day is a Series 7-style survival game whose object is to make it past sunset with your blood supply intact.
That sort of reaction could explain why many MPs pack guns. Twelve years ago, two lawmakers pulled guns on each other in the lobby in a duel that left the loser dead on the floor).
While the Angels did pack guns, they evidently never applied for a bra permit.
The heavenly trio of Drew Barrymore, Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu don't pack guns.
These guys often pack guns, though they try to avoid actually shooting you.
Many of them, mostly black, live not far from the white sand of Miami Beach in Third World poverty, a caldron of drugs, weapons and despair that has been allowed to become such a sink of hopelessness that teenagers now pack guns almost as routinely as tourists pack toilet kits.