Finally a case relevant to my state.
As I remember, a law was passed in Florida that a "brief, nonthreatening" glance of a concealed weapon is not illegal.
Should be very interesting. A 21 year old in Florida can already get a concealed carry license, carry a handgun in a car (with one barrier such as a lid or even a snap on a holster), and carry a long gun anywhere in the car, even in plain view. If this ruled that open carry were a constitutional right (especially of long guns), we would be able to carry any weapon just about anywhere outside the house (gun free zones exempt). Not that I'm that hopeful but a very interesting case. Also, open carry in Florida is legal while doing or travelling between the following activities: Shooting at a range, hunting, fishing, or camping.