The Denver Post Online reports that the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday in favor of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus. The group, profiled here by TTAG, argued that 1994 Colorado University (CU) concealed weapons ban violated state gun laws. Specifically, the ban tramped on the Concealed Carry Act of 2003. The ruling revives a lawsuit that a judge tossed out. While I haven’t read the opinion’s devilish details, and the fighting’s in rounds, it appears to be a victory for gun-rights advocates. No doubt CU will work to write their gun-exclusion policy to pass muster with the courts. Watch this space.