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    I would like to know how the shooting portion of basic law enforcement in Florida is like (max score,passing score how many rounds ect.
    Any info would help. Thanks

  • #2
    48 shots from ranges of 3-25 yards, 39 is a passing score. I'm thinking it was 52 of 68 from 15 on the shotgun. But don't quote me on that.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by futureLEO87 View Post
      48 shots from ranges of 3-25 yards, 39 is a passing score. I'm thinking it was 52 of 68 from 15 on the shotgun. But don't quote me on that.
      Thanks so it does not matter where you hit as long as you hit 39 on the actual target?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by PI_MKZ View Post
        Thanks so it does not matter where you hit as long as you hit 39 on the actual target?
        You have to hit within scoring range on the target though.

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        • #5
          Yeah Gringe is right, but the scoring range is pretty large. You have no reason to worry, its not hard to pass.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by futureLEO87 View Post
            Yeah Gringe is right, but the scoring range is pretty large. You have no reason to worry, its not hard to pass.
            Ok thanks man I won't but I'll practice alot.

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            • #7
              Firearms Course

              Here is the Florida Course, its not a hard course, but requires basic skills.

              Handgun Qualification Course of Fire (Daylight)
              This is a 48-round course of fire.
              STAGE 1
              Smooth Draw from Cover, Multiple Targets, Long Range 25-yard line; T-1, T-2; six rounds in 30.0 seconds Procedure
              1. On command, move to cover. Using cover, you may shoot this string of fire in the kneeling or standing position.
              2. Smooth draw, and assume the two-hand, high-point position.
              3. Fire three rounds on T-1; then, fire three rounds on T-2. You must fire these six rounds in 30.0 seconds.
              4. Reload if necessary, and continue to cover the target.
              5. When the threat ends, holster and secure your weapon.
              STAGE 2
              Multiple Targets—Two-Hand, High-Point from Cover (Mandatory Reload)
              15-yard line; T-1, T-2; 12 rounds in 30.0 seconds
              Procedure
              1. On command, move to cover. Using cover, you may shoot this string of fire in the kneeling or standing position.
              2. Smooth draw, and assume the two-hand, high-point position.
              3. Fire three rounds on T-1 and three rounds on T-2; then fire three rounds on T-1 and three rounds on T-2 again. You must fire these 12 rounds in 30.0 seconds.
              4. You must reload sometime after firing the first round and before firing the last round.
              5. Continue to cover the target.
              6. When the threat ends, holster and secure your weapon.
              STAGE 3
              Multiple Targets—Two-Hand Point from Low Ready 7-yard line; T-1, T-2; 6 rounds; 4.0 seconds per string
              Procedure
              1. On command, draw, and assume the low-ready position.
              2. On command, assume the two-hand, high-point position.
              3. Fire three rounds on T-1 in 4.0 seconds.
              4. Continue to cover the target.
              5. On command, return to low-ready position.
              6. Fire three rounds on T-2 in 4.0 seconds.
              7. Reload if necessary, and continue to cover the target.
              8. When the threat ends, holster and secure your weapon.
              STAGE 4
              Multiple Target—Smooth Draw
              7-yard line; T-1, T-2; six rounds; 4.0 seconds per string Procedure
              1. On command, smooth draw, and assume the two-hand, high-point position.
              2. Fire one round on T-1 and one round on T-2 in 4.0 seconds.
              3. Continue to cover the target.
              4. When the threat ends, holster and secure your weapon.
              5. Repeat Steps 1–4 twice for a total of six rounds.
              6. Reload if necessary, and continue to cover the target.
              7. When the threat ends, holster and secure your weapon.
              STAGE 5
              Smooth Draw
              7-yard line, T-1, six rounds, 3.0 seconds per string
              Procedure
              1. On command, smooth draw, and assume the two-hand, high-point position.
              2. Fire two rounds on T-1 in 3.0 seconds.
              3. Continue to cover the target.
              4. When the threat ends, holster and secure weapon.
              5. Repeat Steps 1–4 two times for a total of six rounds.
              6. Reload if necessary, and continue to cover the target.
              7. When the threat ends, holster and secure your weapon.
              STAGE 6
              Two-hand, High-Point—from Tactical Low Ready
              3-yard line, T-2, six rounds, 1.0 second per string
              Procedure
              1. On command, draw, and assume the tactical low-ready position.
              2. On command, assume the two-hand, high-point position.
              3. Fire two rounds on T-2 in 1.0 second.
              4. Continue to cover the target.
              5. On command, return to the tactical low-ready position.
              6. Repeat Steps 1–4 twice for a total of six rounds.
              7. Reload if necessary, and continue to cover the target.
              8. When the threat ends, holster and secure your weapon.
              STAGE 7
              Hip Shooting
              1-yard line to 3-yard line, T-1, six rounds, 3.0 seconds per string
              Procedure
              1. Load, holster, and secure your handgun.
              2. On command, draw, and assume the one- or two-hand hip position.
              3. Fire two rounds on T-1 in 3.0 seconds.
              4. Continue to cover the target.
              5. On command, holster and secure your weapon.
              6. Repeat Steps 2–5 twice for a total of six rounds.
              7. Reload if necessary, and continue to cover the target.
              8. When the threat ends, holster and secure your weapon.
              After students complete the 48-round course of fire, safety-check their weapons to make sure they are
              unloaded. Students should then holster unloaded weapons.
              Scoring Targets
              On all courses of fire, any diameter hit inside the scoring area or any partial diameter hit that breaks the line of the approved scoring area will add to a student’s score. Ancillary paper tears should not be
              counted when scoring.
              1. Only certified firearms instructors will score targets.
              2. Any hit completely inside area 4 or 5 or touching the exterior scoring line of area 4 or 5 of the approved target adds to a student’s score. The approved target is a B21-E or equivalent. Its color is optional.
              3. To successfully demonstrate handgun proficiency, a student must hit the scoring area at least 39 times.
              4. To qualify with the handgun, a student must successfully fire the course twice in a row or in three of six attempts.
              5. A student who fails to comply with the requirements cannot qualify. Reasons for disqualification may include not using cover, improperly drawing the weapon, or firing too many rounds at either target. When a student completes this course, he or she should have fired 27 rounds at target T-1 and 21 rounds at target T-2.
              6. If the ammunition or weapon malfunctions, the instructor determines if the student may fire an alibi round. If so, the student must fire that alibi round under conditions prevailing in that stage of fire.
              Police Academy Commander
              Lead Firearms Instructor
              35+ years as a cop
              Becoming a Police Officer
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              • #8
                Thank you very much sir and all of you that are always willing to help is greatly appreciated.

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                • #9
                  A blind donkey with a broken arm could pass the state 48. What sucks is my agency requires you to shoot in somewhat of a practical situation for qualification annually. I squeak by every time I have to shoot that damn course and they give me crap over it, but when we do shoot scenarios on live targets I always get kill shots.
                  I enjoy life on the dirtroad

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                  • #10
                    Out of curiosity do all depts make their ofc's requalify every year?

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                    • #11
                      Nope, some have to qualify several times per year.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by fleetguy View Post
                        A blind donkey with a broken arm could pass the state 48. What sucks is my agency requires you to shoot in somewhat of a practical situation for qualification annually. I squeak by every time I have to shoot that damn course and they give me crap over it, but when we do shoot scenarios on live targets I always get kill shots.
                        LOL do I need to go back and look up your scores on it?? Or are you one of those Blind Donkey's that you speak of..

                        The state 48 is not designed to be a test of Tactical marksmanship, its a basic marksmenship course.

                        The course you shoot for your department is a much more realistic, tactical syle of a course (I know I have had to shoot that course remember) and does a better job of training you for a real situation.
                        Police Academy Commander
                        Lead Firearms Instructor
                        35+ years as a cop
                        Becoming a Police Officer
                        So you think you can do this job?


                        I accept all private messages requesting help or advice, why else bother to be here?

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                        • #13
                          We shot the ASO 50, and I felt like those are the tactics I would use more in a real-life situation than the State 48.

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