BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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 Firearm Training Manual  85

Upon completion of classroom instruction for the Initial Firearm Training, the instructor is to administer and the student must pass the written examination. 
Applicants with a current firearm permit who are completing either of the three semi annual range qualifications are not required to complete the two hour refresher course nor take the written exam. They are required only to complete the semi-annual range qualifications. 
Applicants with a current firearm permit who are completing their fourth Semi-annual range qualification for the purpose of renewing a firearm permit must also complete a two hour refresher course and pass the written examination. 
. A score of 44 out of possible 51 questions, or 85 percent, is required to pass the written examination. 

NOTE: If a student fails to pass the written examination, he or she must repeat the entire classroom instruction before retaking the written examination. (Business and Professions Code Section 7585.6(c)) 


Before allowing students onto the range, cover the following points: 
A. Range Location 
If necessary, inform students of the directions to the shooting range. Also, explain proper procedure for transporting firearms to the range. (Refer to "Transporting the Weapon to the Range," (Section III (D)(4).) 
B. Equipment needed 
Explain what equipment will be provided by the training facility and what equipment the student must have. 
C. Course of Fire 
Explain the course of fire in detail 
Timing on the clock will begin at the instructor’s command. Firing will begin from either the ready position or after the weapon is drawn from the holster. 
D. Targets, scoring explanation (NRA B-27A) 
Targets are to be scored as described below at section VII RANGE TRAINING (6)a 
E. Range commands (explanation)


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