What is the distance you have to shoot from for the ccw test. I am in Louisiana I don't know if all states are the same or they different. Also what size is the target.
That's how it is here in Ohio as well. But I was raised on a farm and we all learned how to shoot at a young age so that was cake.dutchs said:I had to be in the paper 4 out of 5 shots from 7 yards. If you can't do that you shouldn't own a gun.
I took the CCW class in LA about a month ago.Well I hope most people have to hit the target. There might be a lot of people carrying who don't hit what they aim for in a real situation.
it took me a second to realize that you were talking about Louisiana and not Los Angeles. Lol, I was thinking there is no way in hell CA would make it that easy to qualify lolI took the CCW class in LA about a month ago.
Had to shoot the paper on a silhouette target (NOT THE TARGET, JUST THE PAPER) from 5, 10 and 15 feet. Not yards, feet. It was insanely easy.
In Florida, none is required. I train at 25 yards and 50 yards because I believe a pistol is mainly a short range weapon. I train on rifle out to 100 yards at least.What is the distance you have to shoot from for the ccw test. I am in Louisiana I don't know if all states are the same or they different. Also what size is the target.
FWIW, in Maine, our LEO (active and retired) course of fire is 50 rounds back-to-back (100 rds total) at ranges of 25, 15, 10, 7, 5, and 3 yards standing, kneeling, and prone.I may be wrong, but I believe 7 yards is where most LEO qualify at.