Be advised NC requires an 8 hour class plus shooting proficiency, instructors and students knowingly not following these standards are subject to legal action by the state of North Carolina.....
*The "Carry Concealed Handgun Law"
*The Provisions Under NC Common Law In Which the Use of Deadly Force Would Be Justified
*Handgun Parts & Function
*Carry Concealed Safety Issues
*Presentation Techniques (drawing your handgun)
*Cleaning and Maintenance
*Proficiency Test: Shooting is done from the 3, 5 and 7 yard lines
*Students are required to pass a written examination on the CCH Laws & Provisions on NC Common Law dealing with deadly force. Students are required to fire and pass a handgun proficiency course of fire.
North Carolina Resiprocity Law: http://www.ncdoj.gov/About-DOJ/Law-Enforcement-Training-and-Standards/Law-Enforcement-Liason/Concealed-Weapon-Reciprocity.aspx