Idaho enhanced ccw question.

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  1. furetto7

    furetto7 Galloglaich

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    I couldn’t find anything with search and while I can find a bunch of people teaching the course I can’t find what the actual course of Fire is. Any Idaho enhanced ccs holders who can help me out.
     
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    agtman 10mm Philosopher

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    Huh? :headscratch:

    Good gawd, dude, focus. :whistling: The first mystery to solve is:

    WTF is an 'enhanced cow'?

    Is that like one of those alien marsupial-hybrid things?

    :upeyes:
     
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    furetto7 Galloglaich

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    My fat little fingers and spell correct strike again. Should have read “enhanced ccw “
     
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    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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    Saw the first thread title, and thought it was going to be a Steak thread!!

    :eat:
     
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    furetto7 Galloglaich

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    I'm somewhat curious what course of fire requires 98 rounds. Unfortunately neither my Kansas or Texas ones meet the equivalent training requirement for Idaho to accept them. If I can consistently shoot high 90s on a timed from the holster qualification I think I might be able to pass Idaho.
     
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    It depends on what the instructor thinks is important. When I took my enhanced class, we shot about 100 rounds as directed by the instructor. This was more instructional than required. To pass, we had to shoot 20 rounds at a pie plate size target and hit with at least 80%. My daughters class simply had to shoot 100 rounds and show they could hit the target. So, short answer, hit the target without killing yourself or anyone else other than the target.
     
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    Curious, at what distance ?
     
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    10 yards if I remember correctly. It wasn't anything super challenging.
     
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