Legislation permitting those with firearms licenses to legally bring the weapons onto the campuses of public universities.
The practice of carrying a concealed firearm on one’s person in public; legal in most U.S. states with permit.
Emergency Action Plan; guidance put in action by an organization and/or an event planner to manage crises on site.
A situation in which no one is allowed to enter or exit buildings near a threat area.
Firearms with barrels longer than other classes of weapons. Applies to both cannons as well as AR-15/AK-47-style weapons.
The practice of carrying a firearm openly on one’s person in public; legal in the majority U.S. states without a permit.
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” The definition of this amendment is hotly debated, but at the extremes gun rights activists see it as support for personal ownership of unlimited firearms and accessories; opponents suggest it just reflects the ownership of firearms for the purposes of military duty and collective/societal security.