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Old July 8, 2012, 11:53 PM   #12
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CHL Handgun QC

You can use the qualification course as a practice course.

The NRA B-27 target is HUGE. To make your practice more relevant, use a smaller target. The B-34 target is a 1/2 scale version of the B-27, and the B-29 is a 1/3rd scale version of the B-27.

(I've been using the B-34 as a standard practice target for 30 years.)

Shoot the Texas CHL QC on a B-34 target and you'll find it much more challenging. Once you get good at that, shoot it on a B-29.

Keep track of which weapon & target you shot and what your score was. Borrow somebody else's gun and shoot through the course a few times.
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