Concealed Carry

of Amarillo LLC

Texas Handgun License.ORG

NRA LIFETIME

MEMBERSHIP

$600

 

             License to Carry
          Range Qualification

  1. A total of 50 rounds are fired during the course of the qualification test.

  2. A score of 70%, or 175 points of a possible 250, is required to pass.

  3. The target used is a B-27 which is a human-shaped silhouette target measuring 45” by 24 inches.

  4. All shooting is from the ready position, which means the gun is already in your hands and aimed in.

  5. No holster shooting or shooting from concealed is required or allowed.


The B-27 target is 45" high by 24" wide. The inner scoring ring (8, 9, & X) is approximately 18" high by 12" wide and counts 5 points. Shots within the next scoring ring (7) count 4 points, and hits in the outer target zone (green area) count 3 points. Shots falling outside of the silhouette outline, green area, do not count.

You will not need to memorize times or round count each volley of fire the instructor will tell you what to do.

               Course of Fire

3 yard line - 20 shots:

  1. 1 shot in 2 seconds per round, 5 times

  2. 2 shots in 3 seconds per round, 5 times

  3. 5 shots in 2 seconds per round, once


7 yard line - 20 shots:

  1. 5 shots - 2 seconds per round, once

  2. 1 shot -   2 seconds per round, 5 times

  3. 2 shots - 2 seconds per round, once

  4. 3 shots - 2 seconds per round, once

  5. 5 shots - 3 seconds per round, once


If you shot all 5’s at the 3 yd and 7 yd you’d have 200 points before the 15 yds, 25 points more than is needed to pass! HOWEVER all 50 rounds must be fired and counted.

15 yard line - 10 shots:

  1. 2 shots - 3 seconds per round, once

  2. 3 shots - 3 seconds per round, once

  3. 5 shots - 3 seconds per round, once






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2nd aMENDMENT
THE RIGHT TO BEAR ARMS
Bring two boxes of ammo just in case you have problems on the first round

Mandatory Equipment

NO manipulation or handling of weapons in parking lots!

1. Eye protection

2. Hearing protection required – muff
    type–to cover the ear and the area
    behind the ear is best - ear plugs
    minimum

3. Best to have head cover - cap or hat that
    will cover the head and the area toward
    the face (such as a baseball cap)

4. Footwear MUST cover the entire foot

5. Wear a shirt with a collar to the range to
    prevent hot brass from going down your
    shirt.

7. Handguns

  1. a)  One handgun - 22 - 45 Caliber

  2. b)  All handguns should be in good working condition and have no modification(s) that will make the handgun unsafe

  3. c) NO Laser Lights

  4. d)  Be familiar with your handgun

  5. e)  There is no time allotted for zeroing handgun in this class

8. Ammunition– You will need a minimum of
    50 rounds for each sidearm, as well as
    additional ammunition should you fail to
    qualify the first time.

Suggested ammunition

  1. S.A.A.M.I. APPROVED AMMUNITION LIST

  2. BLOUNT, INC. C.C.I.

  3. HORNANDY MFG. CO.

  4. FEDERAL CARTRIDGE CO.

  5. OLIN/WINCHESTER

  6. REMINGTON ARMS CO.

  7. FIOCCHI OF AMERICA, INC.

  8. ACCURATE/ULTRA MAX

  9. 4W AMMUNITION

  10. BLACK HILLS

  11. PMC


Texas Panhandle Pistol Club Range

Directions to

Texas Panhandle Pistol Club Range

You can become a member of

Texas Panhandle Pistol Club for only $110.00 a year.

The only requirement is that you are a member of the National Rifle Association.

You can sign up for NRA by clicking on the NRA Logo below and save $10.00 off the normal price







OUTDOOR RANGE

NO RANGE FEE


If the class wants to use  the Indoor Range

INDOOR RANGE

is $5 Per non Member

Smith & Sons

Shooting Complex

4840 ECHO

$120 a year

10 Lane Pistol Range

10 Lane 100 Yard Rifle Range

You must be a member of the  National  Rifle Association.

You can sign up for NRA by clicking on the NRA Logo below and save $10.00 off the normal price

REMEMBER to DRESS APPROPRIATELY for

HOT or COLD WEATHER for the OUTDOOR RANGE