In Commonwealth v. Montgomery, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court held that an inquiry into whether or not a firearm is “concealed” under section 6016 of the Uniform Firearms Act is a heavily fact-specific inquiry and evidence that the defendant carried a gun “partially tucked into his waistband” can be sufficient evidence to establish concealment.
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