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Texas License To Carry (LTC/CHL) Proficiency Demonstration Course of Fire - Range Qualification

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Published on Mar 18, 2016

Texas License To Carry (LTC/CHL) Proficiency Demonstration Course of Fire - Range Qualification

The following License To Carry Proficiency Demonstration Course of Fire is required for all License To Carry (LTC - former CHL) candidates in the state of Texas for proficiency demonstration as a part of the mandatory Texas License To Carry class.

Texas License To Carry Proficiency Demonstration Course of Fire consists of three stages:

Stage 1: Twenty shots (20) are fired from 3 yards
Stage 2: Twenty shots (20) are fired from 7 yards
Stage 3: Ten shots (10) are fired from 15 yards

Stage 1 (3 yards):

A. Five (5) shots fired in a "One Shot Exercise", 2 seconds allowed for each shot.
B. Ten (10) shots fired in a "Two Shot Exercise", 3 seconds allowed for each two-shot sequence.
C. Five (5) shots fired in 10 seconds.

Stage 2 (7 yards):

A. Five (5) shots fired in 10 seconds.
B. Five (5) shots fired in 2 stages:
1. Two (2) shots fired in 4 seconds
2. Three (3) shots fired in 6 seconds
C. Five (5) shots fired in a "One Shot Exercise", 3 seconds allowed for each shot.
D. Five (5) shots fired in 15 seconds.

Stage 3 (15 yards):

A. Five (5) shots fired in two stages:
1. Two (2) shots fired in 6 seconds
2. Three (3) shots fired in 9 seconds
B. Five (5) shots fired in 15 seconds.

The Texas License To Carry Proficiency Demonstration Course of Fire is scored on a standard B-27 target. The target is scored utilizing the 5,4,3 scoring diagram printed in the upper left corner of the B-27 target:

5 points for anything within the 8, 9 and 10 circles
4 points for any shots within the 7 circle
3 points for any shots outside of the 7 circle but within the silhouette
0 points for any shots outside of the silhouette

To successfully qualify, shooters must complete this course with a minimum score of 70% (175 out of possible 250).

Demonstrated by TheSelfReliantCivilian.com

Austin, TX

Ivan Nikolov
The Self-Reliant Civilian - TSRC
http://theselfreliantcivilian.com/

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