The presence of guns generally signals belligerence, except in very narrowly defined circumstances - e.g. at a shooting range, in a police station or military training facility.
As a general rule - if you are in a country with generally free emigration laws and people make a habit of carrying guns, then something is terribly amiss and you need to get out of there. Two possibilities:
1. The people carrying guns have drastically overestimated the danger, in which case, you need to move away - people with bad judgement and no ability to accurately assess personal risk pose a danger to those around them.
2. The people have accurately assessed the danger and so you are in danger as well, from whatever threat they are facing. You have no good basis for staying in such a place, unless you are a war correspondent or in the military. The sensible thing to do is to leave.
Your first assertion is false. People who conceal carry do not do so because of the risk (probability of an event). They recognize the risk is incredibly small. It's the consequences of that risk (their death or the death of a member of their family) which is why they carry a gun, because that gun may save their life if used properly. The odds are tiny, but non zero.
Every concealed carry class teaches you that avoiding a confrontation is your #1 priority, and that your firearm is only for when faced with the threat of imminent bodily harm.