I must admit that due to an error by my father I spent some of my military service as an Air Force security guard on a SAC base. Because I was an NCO I carried a side arm - 38 special revolver – every day. I would load at the barrel and then get in my truck and unload. Then I would reload at quitting time so that I could unload at the barrel. At night I would make my rounds – give coffee to the dog handlers – plot the parked air craft – etc and then go out to the bomb dump to BS with those guys. I parked out front and went through the small security gates and when I knocked on the door to the office one of the guys would jerk the door open and I would draw my pistol on the complotter. It was always close and we were both pretty fast. Then, one night, I pulled my pistol and found myself pointing my gun at my boss’s head. He had come in through the big gates and parked behind the building. The guys all but fell on the floor laughing as I stood there in shock until I realized that my boss was asleep in a chair in front of the door. I put my gun away, cursed them all to hell and left. They laughed about that for months.Wait...so your contention is that on campus, in class adults who choose to carry a weapon will be playing with it?