When I go home (Valdosta) to see the folks I often puruse the only two gun stores in town, often with my dad. Generally speaking it's a waste of time, though one gun store in particular does have some interesting stuff from time to time. The other, well, let's just say they price their used guns for more than I can buy the same thing new. At any rate, the cheaper of the stores is the one where all the LEOs shop. While shopping for a pocket pistol early last month I stopped by there. The guy had some S&W 637s and 642s but didn't have what I really wanted a PF-9. Well we got to talking about carry and the owner told me it's illegal to pocket carry in Georgia. At this moment I look at the guy rather quizically and inform him that I am rather familiar with the gun laws in Georgia and that pocket carry is in deed legal. "Mexican" carry is not legal. Anyhow, last week my dad bought a holster for his P-3AT from the same guy and my dad started talking about Georgia's carry laws again. This time the guy didn't say anything misinformed but I did learn something very disheartening about the Lowndes county LEOs. Each one of them has a different approach to the carry laws. This made my legal mind perk up since laws are designed to ensure equal treatment for all so having a "different approache" doesn't really fit into the equation. However, this guy also recanted a story to my dad about trying to figure out the car carry laws in the state. Apparently the owner of the store called the GBI or something like that and the answer was "well it's probably ok so long as it's unloaded."