This question is for Legacy, MP, JRM, or any other current and/or former LEO's out there. After a conversation this weekend in which I was told that seeing someone with a gun was articulable suspicion, I did some thinking. IIRC from my time in college and the many CJ classes I took, in order for articulable suspicion to exist, there has to be some sort of crime or element thereof taking place. Similar to a Terry stop, the officer must be able to articulate that a crime either has been or is about to take place. How can someone OCing within the legal parameters set forth by the Georgia Legislature and contained in the OCGA be "articulable suspicion"? My question is "articulable suspicion of what?"