What! The only scoring is the requirement that 70% of the 25 shots need to land within the black of the target.Typically, 70% means you score 70 points out of a possible 100. You'll be using a B-27 target. You will have 25 shots, and if every one lands in the X and/or 10-ring, you would score 250 points, so you'll need to score 175 points out of a possible of 250 for 70%.
There is a official course of fire somewhere posted around here, but IIRC it's all shots started from low ready out to 15 yards.
Normal daytime lighting, any indoor or outdoor range.Under what kind of conditions?
There's a cure for that..Says the guy who isn’t right-handed and left-eye dominant…
My initial training was ~5 hours of lecture/discussion/videos, ~3 hours of dry fire, and ~8 hours of live fire (students told to bring 350 rounds). I'm not sure a pocket pistol would last until lunch.PSA
Bring a gun that you are comfortable shooting with..
Seen many bring "pocket" guns and barely pass the test and come dangerously close to unsafe handling.
25+ states disagree your your antigun opinion and require nothing to carry.Okay this will be a lead balloon. If someone cant keep 70% of their shots on a standard silhouette target they need practice/lessons before they should carry. Its not about infringing its about being responsible.
I occasionally teach people to shoot and have never had anyone after less than an hour not be able to keep all shots on target.