So I am a manager at a company that is not 2A friendly. In fact, our policy is to call the police if someone enters our business with a firearm. This guy comes in with a .357 strapped to his side OC. I, obviously being a carrier myself, do not agree with this policy. He makes his way to the front and I try to strike up a conversation with him. I ask him what he thinks about SB308 (can't think of something better to say). He doesn't know what SB308 is. This makes me wonder about him legally carrying as SB308 is huge for our state and I expected (how dumb of me) that everyone who carries would know about this. Then he inquires as to what I am talking about. I then mention his sidearm and ask him if he has a license to carry the firearm. He says "you dont need a license to openly carry in Ga". Of course, I have to educate him that, you do in fact need one. He says not if you have the permission of the property owner. I am shocked by his statement. Now I am torn between having to enforce my companies policy of not allowing firearms in our store (which sucks) and looking the other way so to speak. He then states that he has a license. I tell him that if he wants to show me his license, I will allow him to stay, otherwise he would need to leave. Again, company policy is "no one can carry". He shows me his license and all is well. It just suprises me that, 1st off, someone who is licensed does not know about SB308 as this very law tells us where we can and can't carry our firearm. And 2nd, someone who is licensed does not know that OC or any carry for that matter, is NOT legal without a license. What say you, about the lack of knowledge of someone who is licensed to carry a firearm, and also my handling of the situation, Keeping in mind our company policy. Had I not wanted to strike up a conversation about firearms with a fellow carrier, I probably wouldn't have said anything to him about his firearm.