Try telling that to netentity.
Actually I am neutral on BikerRN's assertion of the number of firearms affecting the criminal and civil actions that may be brought up against you in court. It could go either way depending on the jurisdiction. I can see how it would be an issue in the bizarro universe States such as HI or NC. In jurisdictions where it would possibly be an issue it would also be an issue if you carried extra ammunition. The prosecution or plaintiff's counsel would say you're looking to get into a fire fight which would be the same argument against carrying multiple firearms. I also do the so called taboo of carrying compact firearms but using full sized magazines for reloads (i.e. P-12.45 is loaded with the factory 12 round magazines, reloads are the P-14 14 round magazines or using S&W 59 series magazines in a Kel-Tec P-11 for reloads). P-14.45 magazines are no more difficult to conceal for me than P-12.45 magazines same for S&W 59 magazines over Kel-Tec 10 round magazines so I might as well carry them. Reasoning being is simple, I don't know if I will ever need those extra few rounds so I might as well have them. Statistically self defense acts involve only one other subject.
The vehicle I bought last November I purposely specified that it have optional side airbags in addition to the factory front airbags. Does it mean that I plan on getting involved in an accident? No, it means I want optimal chance of surviving an accident with minimal injuries. I can't control what other drivers do any more than I can control the weather or a criminal who has decided to pick me as their next possible mark. However I can have additional safety equipment installed to mitigate that risk.
I have always said that if you are involved in a homicide investigation your life will be turned upside down probably even more so than running for President until the case is dismissed or the grand jury returns no bill or if your case goes to trial the jury returns not guilty. So yes, how many firearms you were carrying along with how much extra ammunition will be an issue as it is a factor of the case. As for how much will be up to the investigating LEO, the DA's office, judge and jury. If they don't bring it up, your defense counsel will not have to address it in court.
I don't see it as a major issue in most shall issue States. The only state that has a statutory restriction on the number of concealed firearms you can carry is NM. All other States you can carry as many as you can effectively conceal. However, it is common knowledge that you can only use them one at a time. Handling two firearms such as in many movies or video games is an urban legend.
There is one fairly well known AZ instructor that carries a pair of S&W J frames, one behind each hip. He carries that in lieu of speedloaders or speedstrips.
What I would be interested in hearing is BikerRN's reasoning on why it may be an issue and how he would justify his actions to the investigating LEOs, DA and jury. I don't see it as a major issue as no one up till now to my knowledge has ever commented on it ever being an issue.