I'd add two things:
1. Concealed carry provisions contemplate not only handguns, dirk/dirk knives, bowie knives and daggers (aren't they dirks?), but also any other deadly or dangerous weapon. The broad descriptor of deadly or dangerous weapon encompasses many things, to the detriment of anyone who carries one, and caution should be exercised.
2. States have authority, people have rights. Just a distinction we need to make in the interest of correct terminology, so we don't think of the state having any rights over citizens.