I was in a conversation on another forum and the gentleman quoted me Texas law that says you can draw your weapon to create apprehension and as a legal means of force, but not restricted to deadly force. Meaning you can draw your weapon w/o the BG showing you deadly force to stop a crime that legally calls for force, but not yet deadly force. Does GA have something similar to this? I'm curious b/c GA has alot of verbage in their laws saying you can use force in certain situations, but not deadly force. For example, in protecting private property, you are authorized to use force, but not deadly force. I am under the assumption, as of now, that drawing your weapon w/o being presented with a deadly threat is against the law. So the Texas law I was presented made me anxious to know if GA had this. In the deadly force section, nothing is said about drawing your weapon as a means of force. I would appreciate if anyone can shed some light on this for me please? And if it isn't clear what I am asking, don't hesitate to ask, b/c I am typing this up quickly to get an answer that much faster. Thanks all.