I just watched a portion of Over the Limit on True TV. Early on the officer started with the "get guns of the street" talk. The Savannah police detained a guy for riding a bicycle without a light on it. They patted him down and he had a handgun on him. Anyway, the guy didn't have ID on him or a GWL. He claimed that he had a GFL but left it at home. He had a pocket full of money (since when is that illegal?). The guy had a High-Point that the officer called a Saturday-night special and a boat anchor. The officer said that he GA law required you to carry a picture ID on you, I think he said speciffically when carrying a gun. He also made a big deal about the guy carrying 9mm hollow points. He said that only military and LE can legally get 9mm hollow points. Another officer asked the guy where he got the ammo and the guy said Wal-Mart. The officer said negative, you can't get that at Wal-Mart. The guy claimed that he legally bought the handgun at a pawn shop, that its in his name, and has a GFL at home that he forgot to keep with him. I think they contacted his grandmother at home and she wasn't able to find the GFL. The officer said that they didn't want to spend anymore time trying to find his GFL. The officer said that the guy needs to get to the courthouse and get a GFL. The guy says he already has one. The cop informed the guy that you must carry in a holster in GA (the guy wasn't using a holster). The guy was arrested for carrying the gun and the missing light.