If History can be a guide:
Since National Carry Reciprocity is coming up for a vote (which I actually oppose, because I believe it violates the 10th amendment), I fully expect a mass shooting or two to take place in either a school or a venue where firearms are prohibited.
Police response will, predictably, be slow and uncoordinated.
You can pretty much expect it to happen.
Yes, there are folks vile enough to kill people to make their agenda happen.
And some of those vile people are government agents. Stephen Paddock was a patsy. If he wasn't killed already, he was not the only one firing. There are way too many holes in the official story for me to believe otherwise.
Having seen the picture of dead Paddock, were there any pistols accounted for? It looks like he ate a gun, which is usually difficult with a rifle.
Lifted from http://gundebate.com/concealed-carry-reciprocity-constitution/#:
Privileges and Immunities Clause, Article IV Section 2:
“The Citizens of each State shall be entitled to all Privileges and Immunities of Citizens in the several States.”
Also known as the Commities Clause, this clause requires a state to extend the same privileges and immunities to visitors from other states that it extends to its own citizens. In this context, if a state allows its own citizens to be licensed to conceal carry or to open carry without a license, it must extend that same courtesy to visitors from other states without creating one law for residents and one law for visitors.
Full Faith and Credit Clause, Article IV, Section 1:
“Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And the Congress may by general laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records, and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.”
This clause requires each state to recognize records, acts, and proceedings of other states. For example, it is what requires one state to recognize drivers’ licenses, marriages, liens, deeds, and other official documents from another state. Concealed-carry permits should not be any different and the Constitution specifically authorizes Congress to enact legislation to make such recognition possible.