From Edwards v. State, 165 Ga.App. 527, 301 S.E.2d 693 (1983). So, what do you think? Stop justified or not? the officer swore on the stand he was not stopping this man for suspicion of robbery, but instead drew is gun on somebody that he thought had a concealed weapon, shirt untucked, covering an automatic pistol. "I stopped him strictly because I believed he was carrying a concealed weapon . . ." So, "he approached the appellant with his gun drawn . . ."