BSIS Firearms Training Manual - October 2001 Edition

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 Firearm Training Manual  90

1. Silhouette targets shall be used. A 5 point score shall be granted for each round discharged in head or body kill area. 
2. Each individual shall qualify with an 80% score (200 out of 250 points) on the scoring segment. 
3. Each individual shall be informed whether his or her score passes or fails. 


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. 

Firearm permits expire two years from the date of issuance. Thereafter, in order to possess a valid firearm permit, the permit must be renewed. Students wishing to renew a firearm permit must file an application for renewal at least 60 days before the date of expiration. 

Firearm permits may be renewed under the following conditions: 
. The licensee or registrant has filed a completed application for renewal, signed and dated under penalty of perjury, certifying that information on the application is true and correct. 
. The licensee or registrant has successfully passed the written examination, contained in the Firearm Training Manual issued by the Department of Consumer Affairs and taught at a bureau-certified facility. The passing score is 85 percent or 44 correct answers out of 51 questions. 
. The licensee or registrant has completed all required range requalifications within the required time frames and has requalified on the range using the same firing sequence prescribed for the initial student, using the NRA B-27A series target or equivalent. Targets will be scored at 5 points for a hit and 0 points for a miss. 

Maximum Score - 250 (50 rounds) 
Passing Score - 200 (80%) 
. The licensee or registrant has submitted all required fees and proof of completing the required requalifications to the bureau. 



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