This was posted in the Facebook Glock forum. Targets can be used against you in self defense cases. Qualify with a perfect score and guess what the prosecutor will ask... Well if your such a marksman why did you shoot him in the leg instead of the chest 8 times? Ok, I have never heard or read anything like this so its new to me. In my opinion, a ccw qualifying Target will not hold up in court in a self defense case simply because there is no time limit on shooting targets. The shooter has time to focus, aim, and fire at a non moving, non lethal piece of paper 21ft away which is extremely different than reacting in a hands on in ur face life threatening situation in a mater of seconds, 2 or less to be exact & the target is armed & moving. But I'm no lawyer. So if anyone has any info, experience, or knowledge of this please share. My argument is, if ccw qualifying targets were used against, it won't stick or convict & any lawyer can beat it. Of course law is not common sense, I'm just saying.