So I left work and headed over to the Shane Co. location in Duluth near Gwinnett Place mall. There is always a Gwinnett County officer in the store, and since MP has been ignored by Chief Walters, I decided to leave mine in the car. Left my Blackhawk Serpa belt holster on however in plain view. When I walked in, he saw it and did a double take, but said nothing. The staff in there knows me on a first name basis, and he really seemed at ease hearing this. On my way out I stopped and asked if I could ask him a question. He said "sure." I asked if Gwinnett County had any policy on how they deal with people who chose to OC. He asked what my permit said. I pulled it out and showed him, and he said he hadn't seen one in quite a while and thanked me. He said he understood why I was asking since it really didn't say much. He also was very honest and said "You probably know the law more than I do since you're asking. The only thing I know is a no-no is carrying at a public gathering." I asked what he would classify that as, and he said that it would be "any event specifically advertised as such whether they charged admission or not, or any sporting event or such like Braves, Falcons games, etc." He did agree that the law was vague and that it needs to be rewritten or repealed entirely. I gave him the info as to where he could look up the code, and he thanked me. I also discussed Georgia Carry with him, and he said that it was a good thing that [GCO] is choosing to take legislative action and get it changed once the right way so there is no question or vagueness. He asked where my gun was and I told him that I left it in the car since I hadn't had any LEO experiences in Gwinnett and that I wasn't worried about where I would be since there is an officer on duty during business hours. He asked what my choice was, and I told him it was a G23. "Nice choice" he said. I thanked him for his time and went on my way. Then it was off to Bullseye in Lawrenceville to look for some stuff. While there, I spoke with a guy who was purchasing his first firearm - ended up buying a Taurus PT145. He was asking about carry permits, and the guy working there told him it would take 3-6 months per probate. I informed him that it took me 51 days, and everyone in earshot who worked there looked like they saw a ghost. While inside, I was carrying my G23 holstered with the mag in my pocket and the slide locked back. The guy asked if I carried that way without concealing it, and I gave him some of the legal citations to look up, as well as the info for GCO and GPDO. He was very eager to learn about what is accepted, what's not, etc. All in all, a good day and an educational one.