I certainly hope that others here agree with us.
Nebraska tried for years to get a CCW law on the books, but one of the issues that kept it from being passed was the attitude of many supporters that there should be no training requirement.
Many voiced the view that they knew enough about guns and should not have to take a class to prove that they could be trusted to carry one. That pretty much killed the bills in committee each year along with other stuff like individuals making statements in public hearings about wanting the right to carry a weapon to protect themselves against the "corrupt governments of the United States and the state of Nebraska." I am sure you can guess how well that went over.
As gun owners, we must show that we can be trusted with the great responsibility of possessing a firearm, and statements like "I know what I am doing" often become famous, or infamous, last words. I think most of us have seen the video of the DEA agent who was "the only one professional enough" to handle a Glock model 22 that he then proceeded to fire, hitting himself in his leg or foot.