Let me just preface this by saying I know concealed carry is almost guranteed to never be allowed on college campuses. I'm just curious as to how you guys think a situation like this would play out. I was thinking about the recent shooting on a Canadian college campus and of how the people there were defenseless (college campus and Canada FTL). What if something like this were to take place on an American college campus, gun friendly state, i.e. Florida or Colorado. The people there would still be defenseless since it's illegal to bring a gun on a college campus, unless in instances of school sponsored events or school shooting ranges, etc. Started to think like the typical "sue for anything" type of person and came up with this scenario. Similar to how people sue police departments when a fleeing suspect hits their car. Let's say John Smith is a responsible gun owner; has his concealed weapons license and carries whenever he's able to, except, of course, while on campus. Well, he's there the day the bad guy decides to shoot a bunch of people. John is one of the victims, injured or killed. Would his parents/family or self if he survives be able to sue the state or federal government for preventing him from defeding himself? If it were any other place he would have had the capacity to, but not this time. Just curious as to how that would most likely play out.