99% of the US is capable of reading and writing, so I don't think illiteracy is a valid reason to deny a person from carrying a gun for protection, but what is questionable is what any sort of written test or classroom training is supposed to do or demonstrate that separates a person from passing or failing. Like, if someone doesn't know that taking the mag out of a gun WITHOUT racking the slide to check the chamber isn't actually clearing the gun... IDK if I'd deny someone for that because the 2nd Amendment states shall not be infringed, not can be infringed if you're a moron who isn't safe.Can't wait to see the results on the MSM Chattering Skulls' Freedom of the Press literacy tests.
Problem is we're living in a time where safety is like a new religion and not being "safe" like say being vaccinated means your employer can fire you and hospitals can deny you care.
I'm much more against range qualifications because they're absolutely fukking stupid in that the target is usually 25 yards away and most self defense shootings occur at like, 7 yards or less. That alone could get people denied for not having the physical ability to hit at that distance when at 10 yards or less they'd be fine.
This is why I'm concerned that the May Issue states are going to re-write their laws dealing with qualification tests and the Progressives are going to make it so that only Jerry Miculek could qualify to get a CCW.