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Anyone taken it? Is it the same in most states? I'm from Nebraska and found out my new .40 H&K is worthless unless I take an 8 hour carry class. I can't even have the gun within reach. Locked in the glove box is a no-no also.

I have been around rifles and shotguns for a long time but this is my first handgun.

Anyone know what I should expect from the class? I tried to call the sheriff's office and find out but they were less than helpful as usual.

Any info appreciated!!
 
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I've tried to find some information for you online, but there don't seem to be many resources for your state. The best thing I can tell you is to call your local range that offers the class and ask them. Your local NRA chapter can probably shed some light on it as well, or help you locate a good class.

These guys are close to me and provide a very broad overview of their 8 hour class, but I don't know how similar a Kentucky class is to a Nebraska class.

http://www.raysshootingrange.com/concealed_carry.htm

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Thanks for the info!! I will try the range. That helps alot. Since the price was high I didn't think I would have to bring ammo but it seems that is not the case. It would be nice if they would publish an overview of the class.
 

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Hey MATS -
Concealed Carry laws are a state-by-state deal. So I would bet that NE would be different than anywhere else.
Just be glad that your state will let you do it.
There are a few states were it is never legal to conceal carry, a few others that say that they issue but make it impossible for the average citizen to get one (hello California) and others that say if you are a law abiding citizen and pass the class you are good to go!
I think in Vermont you don't need a permit, you can just cruise around packin' heat if you feel like it.
Good luck and be careful!
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I live in "The Socialist Republik of Illinois" These weasels dont ever allow c/c OOPS, whats this in my pocket??
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I have taken two CC classes in two states and they are pretty much the same. Sort of like a hunter safety course. A lot about safe gun handlinga nd some when to/not to shoot stuff. Pretty basic. May have to do a live-fire on the range but they don't expect match accuracy and the range is very short. Don't sweat it. Find a gun shop with an indoor range and I'll bet they offer the class.
 
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