This morning I went to the range and finally took the concealed carry class that they offer. What a joke. Two hours of movies that were made in the early to mid 90s and then a twenty question test that no matter how many somebody missed everybody got a 100. Then we had to shoot 40 rounds down range from 3, 5, and 7 yards and place at a minimum of 21 anywhere in the black. I had to wait to shoot because there were 6 of us and only 5 lanes open. When the instructor told me to shoot after somebody else was done, he saw the 10 that I put down range and pretty much told me that I can do what I want because they were all in the red.
Is it me or does it seem that no matter how bad you could do they just want you to pass the course? There were people in the class that had just purchased the gun a few days before and shot about 10 rounds from it. They thought my gun was new until I told them that it has been fed 3500 rounds since March lol.
So now I have to go to the SO on Tuesday to get an application so I can get what I need done out of the way. I was also told that I will need to go to a doctor's and get a physical done before I can submit the application. Is it like that in any other states?