Meaning of pack heat in English:

pack heat

phrase

informal North American
  • Carry a gun.

    • ‘he was busted at JFK for packing heat’
    • ‘My grandmother had a concealed weapons license and packed a gun in her purse from her early 20s until she died when she was 93.’
    • ‘Back in his gang days, Arnold said, he had packed a gun briefly.’