OC and CC are a spectrum, from mouse guns tucked deep inside to shiny BBQ guns worn to show them off, with many scenarios in between. One can wear an OWB holster with a jacket or other cover garment for partial concealment, comfort, and easy access, but might run afoul of the law. I wouldn’t call that OC, but the law might. Many CC laws tend to punish about 90% of that carry spectrum. “Brief and inadvertent exposure” while reaching the top shelf in the grocery store is an example. The existence of a law and our innate compulsion to be law-abiding (so we don’t lose our right to own a gun) are what force us to be at each others throats about this. If there were no 2A infringement, we wouldn’t be as divided on the subject.