This article posed the question, but what so you? Are there any places where guns should not be allowed?
http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2017/09/robert-farago/question-day-anywhere-guns-banned/"Authorities are planning to cordon off a 'weapons-free assembly zone' around the statue of Robert E. Lee on Monument Avenue in an effort to head off any potential violence at a rally to support preserving Confederate monuments planned for Saturday," richmond.com reports. Oh wait. They changed their minds (something about the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution). The Chief of the RPD had this to say about that . . .
"I feel your pain," Durham told a woman who had asked what advice he had for counterprotesters who wanted to protect themselves from being shot. "The same fear you have is the same fear my officers have. The only thing I can say is, don't show up and you don't have to worry about being shot."
Why do I get the idea that the antifa movement would love for one of their own to get shot? And while I don't share that view, I wonder what would happen next, generally. Meanwhile, is there any place where [otherwise legally carried] guns should be banned? Prisons, obviously. But what about airplanes? Within a certain proximity of the President? Court rooms? If anywhere, where?