I work with a company that makes a Glock add-on that fits in the backstrap space behind the magazine. We've found that when showing the product, it makes much more sense to see it in the firearm frame rather than loose. I'd like to be able to show the product outside our office, but I'm worried about running afoul of the law. By my reading of Georgia code, if we removed the slide and barrel assembly, just the handgun frame would no longer qualify as a 'weapon', allowing it to be carried without a permit and into restricted areas. However, I know that federal code considers the frame to be the handgun, and I don't want to do my learning while being charged with a crime. Does anyone have specific knowledge as to the legality of carrying just a handgun frame (no slide, barrel, magazine) without permit and/or in restricted areas (such as colleges and government buildings)? If still illegal, is there anything I could do to modify/destroy the frame to the extent that I could legally carry the grip portion of the handgun?