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Hey Alaskapopo

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by txpitdog, Jan 24, 2010.

  1. txpitdog


    Aug 18, 2006
    I've seen some of your posts where you reference the AR-15 qualifying test. Where can I find exactly what that test/course is? Thank you.
  2. Alaskapopo

    Alaskapopo NRA ENDOWMENT

    Feb 6, 2000
    Here you go.

    Stage 1. 100 yards. 3 shots 8 seconds.

    From prone or leaning on bench no sitting. Weapon on safe pointed in. Fire 3 rounds in 8seconds.

    Stage 2. 50 yards. 3 shots in 8 seconds.

    From low ready weapon on safe fire 3 rounds in 8 seconds.

    Stage 3. 25 yards. 6 shorts 15 seconds. (run dry reload)

    Have someone else load your may with between 0 and 4 rounds. At the buzzer from low ready fire 6 rounds in 15 seconds. You will have to do a bolt lock reload in the middle.
    Stage 4 15 yards 6 shots 15 seconds.

    From any slung position hands off the gun. Fire 3 round standing and 3 rounds kneeling.
    Stage 5. 10 yards to the 5 yard line shooting on the move. 6 shots in 5 seconds.

    Start at the 10 yard line in low ready. At the buzzer advance and fire 6 rounds into the target while moving prior to hitting the 5 yard line.

    Stage 6 5 yards Fail to stop drill. 6 rounds 2 seconds. (any shots below the head misses)

    Start in low ready and at the buzzer fire 2 to the chest and one to the head in 2 seconds.
    Repeat once.

    Scoring. [​IMG]

    Overtime shots -5
    A zone 5 points.
    B zone 4 points except on stage 6 where it is worth 1 point (head shots)
    C zone 4 points
    D zone is 1 point

    Max score 150

    Minimum to pass 120
    Last edited: Jan 26, 2010

  3. txpitdog


    Aug 18, 2006
  4. jobob


    Apr 1, 2005
    Lewiston, Idaho
    I like that course. It's much better than the rather simplistic 60 round qualifier I use to do twice/year. It might even be a better qualifier if you double the repetitions and make it also a 60 round course.
  5. Alaskapopo

    Alaskapopo NRA ENDOWMENT

    Feb 6, 2000
    Yea I agree. I used to have it be a 50 round course but cut back due to ammo availablility.