Only one permit, for the carry (open or concealed) of a pistol/handgun.willis said:when you recieve your ga, firearm license-- does this mean you can carry your handgun concealed-- or do you have to have a different license to carry a concealed weapon.
confused on this about--- ccw and ccl permits? or licenses.
:righton:Tinkerhell said:Welcome to the boards Willis. Spend some time & search around & read some of the old posts & follow the links at the very top of the page. This site & the people on it are a wealth of good & dependable information.
This is a distinction that many miss. I moved up from FLA in 1998. FLA has a CCW.Gunstar1 said:willis said:CCW= Conceal Carry Weapon - Georgia does not allow the concealing of anything other than firerarm(s) with a license (no concealed knife, baton, asp, sword etc).
Indeed it is. Nothing wrong with asking questions. We encourage people to follow the law heretanker301 said:Wait...is this a serious question?
Or your hand.ntech said:
True. Keep forgetting about that one.mzmtg said:Or your hand.ntech said:
No holster required for open carry.ntech said:
I believe there are gun lanyards.ntech said:With the exception of mzmtg's carry in hand idea. I am curious about how one would go about open carrying without a holster...Perhaps he could tie a piece of string around the trigger gaurd and hang it from his belt, or button on his shirt, like a yo yo.