Hi all, I have signed up to take an eight hour course very soon, and it is geared toward acquiring my state's enhanced carry permit. The enhanced permit has a few benefits that allow you to carry places others cant, it's accepted in several more states than the standard permit, and it will cover one additional state for me that I frequently travel through. I will also be able to drop one of my non-resident permits from another state, as this enhanced permit will cover everything it does, and more. The course does have a shooting competency portion. I look forward to any technique tips they can give me, but I'm pretty sure the qualification is going to be very simple. I'm bringing more than double the amount of ammo I need, incase I find myself with some time on my hands. Funny enough, I was going to bring a 45 to shoot, but I don't know if I'll have time to pick up my brass, which I'd want to reload. So I'm bringing two 9mm's instead so I won't mind if I lose the brass. In any case, the sign up just said to bring a firearm. I'm electing to bring my summer carry gun, a Sig P938 Legion, along with my VP9 home defense gun. Both are fun to shoot, but my leanings are toward using my carry gun for the class since it's a class about CC permits. If you've take a class with shooting involved, does the theme of the class dictate the gun you bring? Do you just bring the gun you feel like shooting that day? Does a timed shooting requirement dictate your choice? I'm just curious. My Sig is a new gun, and I'm not totally confident with it yet so it seems good to get some more practice with it. At the same time, if I have to "qualify" I wondered if I wasn't better off shooting a gun I've shot a lot. I also thought about bringing my P30SK, as it's my winter carry gun.