The lower house of the Czech parliament has agreed to alter the constitution so that firearms can be held legally when national security is threatened.
The amendment gives Czechs the right to use firearms during terrorist attacks.
It was passed by the lower house by a big majority, and is likewise expected to be approved by the upper house.
The move by parliament is a challenge to EU gun control rules which restrict civilians from possessing certain kinds of semi-automatic weapons.
From the sound of it this is a lot more than "You can shoot back during a terrorist attack"; more like "Yes, you have the right to arms." or something along those lines. Be interesting to find out exactly what it does say.