be packing (heat)(redirected from were packing heat)
be packing (heat)
To have one or more firearms, especially handguns, currently on one's person. I wouldn't go near that guy if I were you. I hear he's packing! I make sure I'm always packing heat when I go through this part of town.
See also: packing
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