Of a possible score of 250 points, 175 (70%) is required to pass. A total of 50 rounds are fired during range qualifications. The B-27 target shown below will be used in any of the approved 4 colors (black, blue, orange, and green). Applicants are responsible for any range fees.
You must use a handgun of at last .32 caliber (9mm and .380 are acceptable). No laser sights permitted.
NOTE: You can now qualify with either revolver or semi-automatic handgun and still carry either.
The course of fire is as follows:
3 Yards, 20 Rounds
7 Yards, 20 Rounds
15 Yards, 10 Rounds
How Targets Are Scored
Scoring shots is a simple matter of counting the number of rounds or "hits" on the paper and assessing each with a point value. Since proficiency is attained at 175 points (70%), it is most beneficial to place your first 20 rounds at the 3 yard mark and the next 20 at the 7 yard mark in the 5 point area.
Specifics To Scoring