As defined by the Texas Concealed Handgun Laws GC §411.171. Section (3) “Concealed handgun” means a handgun, the presence of which is not openly discernible to the ordinary observation of a reasonable person. So what is considered concealed in Texas? This is a question that I have been asking myself for awhile. In case you don't know, "printing" in Texas is illegal (i.e. the outline or any form of a gun showing through clothing). I therefor tend to try to go for what is considered deep concealed or basically completely undetectable. But I have found that in some cases if I am carrying my big gun I will have a pressure point on the shirt where the hammer is clearly showing that something is under there, although it it impossible to tell what. If I bend over then the grip area can "print" some. At the very least I show a belt clip when my shirt is tucked in. So to ask the question, what is considered "discernible to the ordinary observation of a reasonable person"? Since I have started carrying, I have started checking others out. If I see a slight bulge or unevenness on a person, I try to figure out if they are carrying by watching closely. A few days ago I was at Wal-Mart and saw a cowboy walking around and he had a clip going over his belt. I knew he was carrying IWB but then again I carry also so am I a "reasonable person"?