Georgia Concealed Carry Law Summary Georgia Gun Laws Open Carry: Open carry allowed only with permit Duty to Notify Law Enforcement: No duty to inform State Parks: Permitted by those with recognized permits Restaurants Serving Alcohol: No specific restriction Firearms at Colleges: Concealed guns allowed only in locked cars in parking lots Firearms at K-12 Schools: Those with Georgia permits may have loaded handguns in vehicles only. Magazine Capacity Limitations: No restrictions Suppressor Ownership: Lawful Vehicle Possession by Non-Permitees: Loaded firearms may be transported anywhere in a private vehicle. Firearm Law Uniformity: Uniform throughout state Permit Training Requirements: None Permit Issuing Authority: Your county's probate court May/Shall Issue: Shall Issue State Website: None Length of Permit Validity: 5 Years Permit Application Process: Appear to the probate court in the county in which you reside. Research county specific procedures. Non-Resident Permits: Military personnel in Georgia may apply. Places Off Limits: (1) In a government building as a nonlicense holder; (2) In a courthouse; (3) In a jail or prison; (4) In a place of worship, unless the governing body or authority of the place of worship permits the carrying of weapons or long guns by license holders; (5) In a state mental health facility as defined in Code Section 37-1-1 which admits individuals on an involuntary basis for treatment of mental illness, developmental disability, or addictive disease; provided, however, that carrying a weapon or long gun in such location in a manner in compliance with paragraph (3) of subsection (d) of this Code section shall not constitute a violation of this subsection; (6) On the premises of a nuclear power facility, except as provided in Code Section 16-11-127.2, and the punishment provisions of Code Section 16-11-127.2 shall supersede the punishment provisions of this Code section; or (7) Within 150 feet of any polling place when elections are being conducted and such polling place is being used as a polling place as provided for in paragraph (27) of Code Section 21-2-2 (1) Except as otherwise provided in subsection (c) of this Code section, it shall be unlawful for any person to carry to or to possess or have under such person's control while within a school safety zone or at a school function, or on a bus or other transportation furnished by a school any weapon or explosive compound )(A) It shall be unlawful for any person to come inside the guard lines established at any jail with, or to give or have delivered to an inmate of a jail, any controlled substance, dangerous drug, marijuana, or any gun, pistol, or other dangerous weapon without the knowledge and consent of the jailer or a law enforcement officer. Resident Permit Reciprocity: Disclaimer:While Concealed Carry Inc strives to maintain legal reference information updated on this website; you as the reader and gun owner are responsible to do any and all necessary research and consult with a local attorney before making any decisions. Concealed Carry Inc is not liable for any misinformation, inaccuracies, or actions taken based on this information. We are not attorneys and this information is not legal advice. If you see any information you feel is outdated or incorrect please contact us.