It's been said since the day Act 746 passed and OCers celebrated then the ASP and AG office said no, we see it differently that this will have to go before a court for final interpretation. Each side says they read it differently. However, the same thing happened in MS recently. I talked with some LEOs just before they went constitutional carry and they LEOs were telling the lawmakers didnt know what they had passed and were writing a new law to undo the old law. Furthermore, the only reason i would want to OC is to scare people and that if i did OC, people would run in fear screaming while dropping their shopping carts mid aisle..... oh and that the ground under my feet would turn into a black hole singlehandedly causing the destruction of the entire world (ok slight exaggeration on the last bit). Of course, MS went to OC and nothing has changed. I saw an MS LEO in the fall and asked him about the new law and he sighed and said, no i am not allowed to ask you for a permit or confront you just because you are OCing.
It's unforunate that rural, southern states like MS, AR, TX etc are having to fight for something like OC.
A lot of people will be wishing you well. Im afraid someone will have to take the plunge and go to court though.