I went out to get some dinner (OC, naturally) and came back in. Where I parked, I had to walk near the pool area on my way in to the apartment. About 15 minutes later, I'm enjoying my Subway when I hear a knock in the door. I looked through the window to see two Statesboro PD officers, one of whom was holding his badge where I could see it. Keep in mind I'm still OC here with the gun strapped to my belt. I opened the door and asked them to come in, and what I could do to help them. These are two officers I do not know. The one in front says, "We got a phone call about a man with a gun seen entering an apartment, and you fit his description. May I see your firearms license and DL please?" I said, "Yes sir, that was me. Here's my GFL and my ID. Is there a problem?" He looked over the cards while his partner radioed in that they were here and there weren't any problems. He handed my license back to me and said, "May I inquire as to why you were carrying open and not concealed? You know, that might make you a target for a bad guy and sometimes it scares people." I said, "I carry openly in order to educate people about firearms rights. I know that it scares folks sometimes but it's my legal right." "Well, yes, but if you concealed, you'd save yourself the trouble of interacting with us." He then noticed the Mosin leaning up against the wall and asked what it was. I told him. He asked if he could see it, please. (By this time I'm nervous again) He asked how much I valued it at and I said I paid about $150 for it. THEN... he offered me $200 for the rifle! "I've been looking for one of these and this one is in great condition. Are you willing to sell?" I said, "No, I bought that one because of the condition it's in. You might check out Mission Essential in Hinesville, he's got a bunch more that are all in equally good condition." He replied, "Oh, well, just thought I'd offer. I've been wanting one of these BAD." I then asked both of them what they would do if they were to see a man out in public who was OC (So I stop these Statesboro officers...). His partner (who had two chevrons on his collar, I guess he was a sergeant) said, "Well, if he's not in an off-limits place, and he's not causing any trouble, I might ask to see his license, but then I'll tell him to have a nice day and apologize for wasting his time." I asked if that was official department policy and he said "Yes." They thanked me for my time and apologized for the hassle. The one who was interested in my rifle handed me his card and told him to call if I ever want to sell. All in all, a good experience, and I even learned something about dept. policy.