Look, when I took the class that Idaho requires, one of the things that the instructors hammered home was that, if you carry a concealed weapon, you pretty much give up your right to act like a "bad-ass" if you want to stay out of trouble. That means no giving stink-eye at someone for looking at your female companion, no doing anything that could be interpreted as you starting or contributing to a fight. Apologize even if you're in the right. Do what you can to make it CLEAR you don't want to fight. If you have to use your gun, you want to make sure that you are completely innocent of starting or escalating ANYTHING. Why? You might be perfectly fine in a criminal court, but in a civil court, you can still end up paying. In some states, there are self-defense protections, but not in all. Not even in Idaho, where carrying in a bar is perfectly legal, open-carrying on the state capital steps is perfectly legal, and guns are as common as any other power tool. If you are carrying, you have NO BUSINESS giving someone a threatening look when he's doing nothing illegal. If you want to get in a fight over some guy leaving a bar and admiring your female companion (not threatening, not assaulting), then DON'T CARRY. If your mentality is such that you think that you are right to act threateningly towards people for whatever reason you devise, then DON'T CARRY. You're bad for the rest of us. In all seriousness, if someone gave me a threatening look, which is what you did, I might put my hand in draw position, not as a threat, but because I feel like a threat to me is possibly imminent. There's nothing illegal or immoral about readying yourself to defend yourself against an attacker, when you've done nothing to provoke the attack. And looking at a woman in public is neither illegal, nor any justification for an attack.