I have a rather strange question. In the event I ever need to prove to a LEO that I am legally entitled to carry a firearm, what other ID is necessary beyond my GFL (which sadly, IMO, lacks a photo)? The reason I ask is that I maintain dual residency. I lived for over a decade in Texas and came to Georgia for college (5 years ago). After I had been here a couple months, I canceled my Texas voter registration and became a GA registered voter. I have been a legal resident of this state for 5 years. However, I have legally maintained my Texas drivers license because as a legal dependent of my father, that is allowed. When I applied for my GFL I used my GA voter registration card and my passport, which is completely legal even though many people had told me I HAD to have a GA drivers license. So, cop shows up, I respectfully inform him that I am carrying, show my GFL and he will probably ask to see my drivers license. He is most likely unaware of the legality of dual residency afforded to those actively pursuing a higher level education. What then? Should I carry around my voter registration as further proof? Has anyone ever had the authenticity of their very unofficial looking GFL questioned?