Yesterday, I was pulled over for the first time since I've been carrying concealed. The reason I was pulled over was because the officer saw that my tag was expired. I hadn't received the new sticker even though I had paid it months ago. Anyways, for some reason I knew that's why he was pulling me over. For the past several months I've been an active member on www.defensivecarry.com and have read multiple posts where people have expressed their experience when getting pulled over and carrying so I thought I was ready. I pulled onto a side street, rolled down my window, turned off my car, pulled out my license/insurance/GFL and place both hands on the steering wheel. The officer seemed a little surprised to see a GFL and asked if I had a firearm in the car. I said yes and he preceed on asking me a number of questions. Apparently, he thought you needed a separate "carry permit" and that a GFL wasn't sufficient. He also thought that in order to receive a "carry permit" you needed a qualifiable reason (being a judge or carrying lots of $$$). I told him that I didn't think that was the case and he responded that I should check up on the laws and make sure I wasn't breaking any. I thought it was strange that he wasn't more well versed in Georgia's CCW laws. He ended up letting me go after checking and making sure my tags weren't in fact expired. I left wondering how many people in law enforcement don't know what a GFL is and means. Why doesn't the GFL have some indicator on it that would show it permits concealed carry?