Took my CCL class yesterday. It went well. The instructor, Jay Carson, is very engaging and easy to listen to. The didactic part went well.
We did a practice qualifying in the early part of the day, and I scored perfectly, but the targets were static. For the qualifying shooting, they turned the targets to the side, and then they would face you for however many seconds you were allowed. Then they would turn away. For example, the first five shots were at 9 feet. You had two seconds to fire one shot. You would stand at the ready, then he would announce that the shooters should prepare for the target. This was your hint to get your gun up and pointing. The target would then swing around for two seconds, you would fire one round, and then it would go back on edge. A few seconds later it would swing around for another two seconds, and so on. A lot of variations of this leading up to 20 rounds at nine feet, 20 rounds at 21 feet and 10 rounds at 45 feet. My hands actually got sweaty with just this little bit of extra stress. Had to keep wiping them on my pants.
Did not score perfectly, like I did in the morn, but I did manage a 247 out of 250 points. You needed 175 to pass. Got a 96% on the written test.
Here is a pic of the qualifying target. Now to wait the next 45 to 60 days for my plastic to arrive in the mail