Date(s) - Oct 4, 2020
9:00am - 4:00pm
Hillside Private Property
BSIS EXPOSED FIREARMS PERMIT
Persons completing a range requalification must complete a two-hour review course prior to firing on the range. The two-hour review course must be administered by a BSIS Firearms Training certified firearms instructor. An applicant shall complete and pass the review training course on the laws and standards regarding use of deadly force, avoidance of deadly force, and de-escalation of force. All required classroom training shall be completed prior to attempting each range qualification. The permit holder shall complete a range qualification by firing fifty (50) rounds with a passing score. On two (2) separate occasions, at least four months apart, within each twelve- month period before the permit expires, and with at least one (1) of the range qualifications in each twelve-month period completed using live ammunition. Permit holders must complete each required range qualification for each caliber of firearm listed on the permit. Failure to complete the twice-a-year course review and range requalification may result in the permit holder being ineligible to renew the firearms permit upon expiration.
Firearm permits expire two years from the date of issuance. Thereafter, in order to possess a valid firearm permit, the permit must be renewed. Applicants 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 at least 44 correct answers out of 52 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 targets that meet the requirements.
BSIS has determined that the only legal pathway to add a caliber to an existing firearms permit under current Bureau law and regulations is for the permit holder to complete the course of training in the carrying and use of a firearm required to obtain an initial firearm permit, as prescribed by, the completion of at least 8 hours of classroom instruction on the carrying and use of a firearm, passing a Bureau-approved written firearm exam with a minimum score of 85%, and discharging 50 rounds a minimum of two (2) times, one (1) round for practice and one (1) round for score. Each applicant must submit to BSIS an application with appropriate fees. BSIS approvals are generally issued in approximately 4 weeks.
Down Range Logistics, TFF-1548
WHAT TO BRING
All handguns you intent to qualify with, as well as 100 rounds for each of them. Holster and at least 2 mags appropriate for each gun, duty belt optional but encouraged, appropriate clothing for outdoor shooting environment, closed toe footwear, eyes and ears.
Bring your CURRENT BSIS permits.
BSIS only recognizes 9mm, 38/357, 40, and 45, for their permits.
Bring an extra $10 for each handgun you intent to qualify with.