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Just for our CCW GUYS AND GALS ONLY(for fun)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Too Many Choices!?, Sep 26, 2005.

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  1. Too Many Choices!?

    Too Many Choices!? Member

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    Anybody want to post their scores for fun or is that too much info? I scored a 238/250 with a couple misses up close :rolleyes: , while nailing the 25 yrd shots like butter :evil:... Two misses and two fours dropped my score below 240:(. . Nothing in the 3's :) . Like I said both misses were up close on the 5 shot slow fire, I jerked the trigger instead of squeezing. In my defense, I was using a still new to me(at the time) Glock 23 (.40)for the class, and adjusted well after the misses to hit the longer shots(just had to focus as I was getting cocky after nailing the first mag).

    If you guys want to play just list your score and how you did...What gun used, and if you have any fun ideas for your requal.

    My fun idea for requal is to use my .223 AR-Pistol with red-dot or fixed 4x compact scope and attempt to get the 250 I should have got the first time(preferably with only a 3" spread this time :evil: ). That, or buy a good .22 auto pistol and mount a dot on it. I did not see anything against optics in the book ;).
     
  2. pax

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    Score for what course of fire?

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  3. P12

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    My guess is those of us that have to shoot a qualifier for a CHL.

    249/250.

    Had one flier.

    Springfield Armory PX9505L 9mm
     
  4. TexasRifleman

    TexasRifleman Moderator Emeritus

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    249 here also on the Texas shoot. That was with my Sig 239 in .40 at my
    last renewal. My original shoot to qualify was so long ago I can't remember, but it wasn't too bad.

    Dropped one shot at the last one, but it was a crotch shot so it would have worked out.... :evil:

    I don't think you will be able to use your .22. I believe you have to qualify with at least a .380. Not sure where I read that though... might not be correct.
     
  5. Old Fuff

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    To Many ......

    Anyway, like Pax requested ... For those of us that don't live wherever you do, please post the details of the course of fire. :uhoh: :confused: :D
     
  6. Standing Wolf

    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    We used N.R.A. bullseye 25-yard targets at seven and ten yards when I took the Colorado CCW course several years ago. My score was 299 out of a possible 300 or 249 of a possible 250: I'm not sure how many rounds we fired, but do remember a single 9.

    I was shooting a Herrett-stocked six-inch Python: not a carryable gun at all, but an old-time straight shooter.
     
  7. landon74

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    In Texas, you fire 20 rounds at 3 yards, 20 rounds at 7 yards, and 10 at 15 yards, at a silouhette of a man. Max score is 250. My instructor told us not to shoot a perfect score, because when you are called before a grand jury, the state can only release one of two things to the grand jury, either that you qualified, or that you scored a perfect. Taking that into consideration, I shot a 249.
     
  8. M-Rex

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    438/250

    I shot a lot. ;)
     
  9. elric

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    248/250 on the Texas qual. 48 shots in the 5 zone, 2 in the 4 zone. Actually, they just counted the 2 in the 4 zone and assumed the other 48 shots were fives, since my 5 zone was mostly one big ragged fist sized hole, no way to count individual shots :).

    I know I dropped one into the 4 zone at 15 yards, but I think my other one in the 4 zone came from the guy in the next lane, he was spraying all over the place!
     
  10. orangeninja

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    I think it was a 249...the instructor was chiding me for missing one because I was a cop. :eek: :D
     
  11. Old Fuff

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    Were you Tex-a-cans shooting at the old B-27 FBI silhouette target, or something else? Details gentlemen ... What are the details??? :D
     
  12. RRTX

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    Ya, he should have expected you to miss a whole lot more than that lol :neener: Old Fuff, scroll down to the bottom of this page and you will see the TX qualification target. http://www.ccgunrange.com/chl_class.html
     
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    Perfect I think but I didn't actually get my score. There may have been one round that hit on or near the 4/5 line.
     
  14. Old Fuff

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    Thank ya'

    I went and bookmarked the page. The target is not known to me, but I should be able to find or make something with a 12" circle on it ... :evil:
     
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    You guys have to do that?? Wow.
     
  16. HighVelocity

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    Perfect on the firing line and the written test. :neener:

    Beat up Glock 22 (2nd Gen police trade-in), 180gr remington UMC.
     
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    248/250 with a Springfield .45. One ragged hole COM except for one round that went astray and landed in the right arm region. Furious to this day about that, I am. My instructor joked that I was more than welcome to requalify as many times as I wanted at $25 a pop. I'll get him good when I come up for renewal.

    Oh, and I aced the written test.
    It has to be a .32 or bigger, so the .22 definitely won't cut it.
     
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    250/250. I'd have done better, but they wouldn't let me use my sawed-off Ithaca pump! :banghead:

    Actually, I still feel kinda bad about my qualification. I brought two handguns; the 642 I actually carry most of the ime, and my old, butter-smooth, pinned & recessed M19 Combat Magnum. I only brought the bigger revolver in the event the other shooters included any loud-mouthed braggart types. Yep, there were a few. At least two were shooting the CCW qualification with long-barreled Ruger .22 autos!! :scrutiny:

    O-o-o-o-o-o-K-a-a-y . . . . I outshot both of them, using the M19, and they weren't so proud, anymore. :evil:

    I've run myself through the same qualifier, at the local range, with the 642, and have absolutely no trouble qualifying, usually at or near 250, anyway. It's actually a VERY easy course of fire.
     
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    RRTX, I should be moving back to DFW in Dec (fingers crossed)
    I have a Crimson Trace Laser grip on my Sig P229 .40

    Are the use of lasers allowed in qualification?
     
  20. warth0g

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    Landon74:

    "My instructor told us not to shoot a perfect score, because when you are called before a grand jury, the state can only release one of two things to the grand jury, either that you qualified, or that you scored a perfect. Taking that into consideration, I shot a 249."


    Why is it a problem to get a full score in the face of a jury?

    warthog
     
  21. beaucoup ammo

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    Good Enough!

    There was a guy down to my left at the range we qualified at..nailin' the center round after round. I was impressed and asked him about the gun. He allowed it was the same we were all using in class (Glock .40) and his first time to shoot it. Some folks can show us what range time and practice can do!

    Myself, I was never out of center mass and good enough to get my CHL.

    Take Care
     
  22. AirForceShooter

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    I hate tests.
    Fla and a DD=214, no test and pure happiness.

    AFS
     
  23. ny32182

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    :confused: The SC qualification was only 50 rounds, or, it was when I shot it in late 2003. It was shot at a B27 target at various distances. I shot 50/50, and that was right after I started shooting handguns. Personally, I think Vermont style carry should be the law of the land, but if they are going to have a qualifier, it should be a lot harder than SC's. What we have in place now is just retardedly easy.

    I'm also curious as to why an instructor would tell you to intentionally not shoot a perfect score.
     
  24. harvester of sorrow

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    I'm not sure why you think that. I prefer the Vermont system myself, but failing that, the way Georgia does it is way better: no class whatsoever, no qualification whatsoever, just fill out the application, get your prints done, pay your money and wait. I think our goal should be to have as many law-abiding citizens as possible carrying concealed weapons, not to place arbitrary barriers in their way. While there is a risk with a completely untrained person, I'll gladly accept that risk over encouraging the state to raise the requirements to obtain a permit.....I'm sure some politicians wish they could make you qualify at 1000 yards with your pistol to get certified. :D
     
  25. waterhouse

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    Wow, you guys are a lot better than me. I had a 232/250 (I think) on the Texas one. I did have a pretty decent group in the chest until we moved back to 15, and then I started hitting the target's right hip, about a foot lower and 6 or so inches to the left of where I was aiming. It was a tight group in the hip though. Earlier in the class the instructor had talked about how we were supposed to shoot to stop, and that we should practice shooting the hip because if someone was all hopped up on drugs that would make them go down. He joked that if I ever shot someone in the chest and they didn't stop coming at me then I should run 15 yards away and then turn around and aim for the chest again. :D

    For those that asked: In Texas the test is as follows, fired with a .32 or larger caliber from the low ready at a man sized silhouette. If you qualify with a revolver you get to carry only a revolver, if you qualify with a semi-auto you can carry either a semi or a revolver. Also, if you use a DA/SA semi, your first shot of each round will be double action and all remaining shots in the string will be single.

    20 shots from 3 Yards

    * One round fired in 2 seconds, 5 times
    * Two rounds fired in 3 seconds, 5 times
    * Five rounds fired in 10 seconds, 1 time

    20 shots from 7 Yards

    * Five rounds fired in 10 seconds, 1 time
    * Two rounds fired in 4 seconds, 1 time
    * Three rounds fired in 6 seconds, 1 time
    * One round fired in 3 seconds, 5 times
    * Five rounds fired in 15 seconds, 1 time

    10 shots from 15 Yards

    * Two rounds fired in 6 seconds, 1 time
    * Three rounds fired in 9 seconds, 1 time
    * Five rounds fired in 15 seconds, 1 time
     
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