Test for gun carry permit

Test for gun carry permit DEFAULT

A person is eligible for a license to carry a concealed handgun if the person:

  1. Is at least 21 years of age, (military 18 – 21 years old)
  2. Has not been convicted of a felony,
  3. Is not charged with the commission of a felony, Class A or Class B misdemeanor, or Disorderly Conduct,
  4. Is not a fugitive from justice for a felony, Class A or Class B misdemeanor,
  5. Is not a chemically dependent person
  6. Is not incapable of exercising sound judgment with respect to the proper use and storage of a handgun.
  7. Has not, in the five years preceding the date of application, been convicted of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor or an offense under Disorderly Conduct, Section 42.01, Penal Code,
  8. Is fully qualified under applicable federal and state law to purchase a handgun,
  9. Has not been finally determined to be delinquent in the payment of a tax or other money collected by the comptroller.
  10. Has not been finally determined to be delinquent in making a child support payment administered or collected by the attorney general.
  11. Is not currently restricted under a court protective order subject to a restraining order affecting a spousal relationship.
  12. Has not, in the 10 years preceding the date of application, been adjudicated as having engaged in delinquent conduct violating a penal law in the grade of felony.
  13. Has not made any material misrepresentation, or failed to disclose any material fact, in an application submitted pursuant to Section 411.174 or in a request for application submitted pursuant to Section 411.175.

Direct any questions about eligibility to the DPS website www.txdps.state.tx.us

NEW LICENSE
$69.00 Fee includes all classroom materials and handouts. It does NOT include the range fees ($17.40) and fingerprinting ($9.95) or any State of Texas Fees.

RENEWALS
Only have to apply to The State of Texas DPS and pay the required fee, effective Sept. 1,2013

How to get the Process Started:
Go to the REGISTER page on top and fill out the information and then click on the submit button at the bottom of the form, this will reserve your spot in that class. Once you go through the class and have received the Certificate of Proficiency from the class the move on to the next item which is filling out your online application and scheduling of your fingerprints at Morphtrust formerly L1Identity Solutions..

The student must be able to operate their weapon and shoot accurately before attending class, as there is no time allotted for teaching someone how to shoot during the class .

Classroom:
For the classroom portion of the class dress comfortable, keeping in mind that we will also be going to a Firing Range for the Handgun Proficiency portion of the class which has some special requirements listed below. All class materials will be furnished, except for the range portion. A written test will be given at the end of the class.

The EZCHL Classroom is located at 3216 West Park Row, Suite 106, Pantego, Texas 76016

RANGE REQUIREMENTS:

” YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO SHOOT YOUR GUN ACCURATELY AND SAFELY BEFORE ATTENDING A CHL CLASS”

These requirements may seem strict but it is for your safety and the safety of others.
1. Eye Protection
2. Over the ear hearing protection- muff type- to cover the ear and the area behind the ear.
3. Footwear must cover the entire foot, no sandals or flip-flops.
4. No shorts will be allowed on the pistol range for safety purposes.
5. Wear a shirt with a collar to the range.

6. Handguns
a. a Revolver or semi-auto pistol of at least a .35 cal ( A Single action revolver is not recommended).
b. All handguns must be UNLOADED and magazines must be EMPTY.
c. All handguns must be in good working order and have no modifications that will make the handgun unsafe.
d. Laser sights must be disabled for range qualification.
e. All weapons are subject to inspection by the instructor.
f. Be familiar with your handgun, know how it operates.
g. There is no time allotted for zeroing in your handgun in this class

7. Ammunition– NO RELOADED Ammunition will be allowed. You will need a minimum of 50 rounds, as well as additional ammunition should you fail to qualify the first time.

You must qualify with a minimum score of 175 out of 250 on the handgun proficiency test.
TEXAS Dept. Of Public Safety: http://www.dps.texas.gov/RSD/CHL/

Once you have completed your application online it will ask you to make an appointment for Electronic Fingerprints with L1 Identity Services, they charge $9.95 for the printing and you will need your Drivers License for identification purposes. Once they take your fingerprints they will send them to Texas DPS electronically. This greatly reduces the chance of you having to retake your fingerprints.

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Concealed Carry Test Questions (& Answers)

Concealed Carry Test: Shooting Questions

Accurate shooting incorporates your whole body, not just your trigger finger. Therefore, shooting stance is an important topic to cover. There are essentially 2 different stances for shooting; isosceles and weaver. However, there are also variations to each of these, and these two shooting stances represent the extremes.

Isosceles Stance Explanation

concealed carry exam question: isosceles shooting stance detail

One of the most common shooting position that you’ll be questioned about on a concealed carry test is the isosceles stance. Additionally, the isosceles stance is named after the shape your arms make in relation to your body when viewed from above.

Above is a visual representation of the isosceles shooting stance. Notice the arms are extended and aligned with the center line of the shooters body.

Additionally, the front of the shooting side foot aligns with the instep of the non-shooting side. Feet are generally shoulder width apart in the isosceles shooting stance. All of these are generalizations and will vary from shooter to shooter.

weaver stance concealed carry test material

Contrary to the isosceles stance, the weaver stance is named after LA Sherriff Deputy Jack Weaver. The major difference between the Weaver and isosceles is the positioning of the shooters arms and torso.

The support arm is bent more so than the shooting arm in the Weaver stance. Additionally, the shooters shoulders will be slightly askew rather than square.

However, the lower portion of the shooters body will remain the same. Feet should be shoulder width apart and slightly staggered. Pictured above is an example of the weaver shooting stance.

Common Aiming Problems And Solutions

Inevitably, most common aiming problems can be traced back to sight alignment or sight picture. I cover this in greater detail in my article on using 3 dot sights.

Sight alignment is the relationship between the front sight post and the rear sight. However, sight picture refers to the placement of properly aligned sights in relation to the target.

Common Reasons for Stoppage

Generally, any stoppage during a pistols cycle of operation is due to a problem with ammunition. However, problems with the firearm itself are possible. Next, I’ll be talking about the common reasons for a stoppage.

The most common cause of a stoppage is related to the ammunition. Oftentimes, this results in a failure to fire. A failure to fire means that the round is not discharged after the firing pin strikes the primer.

During your concealed carry test, the following sections may not be covered in their entirety. However, at least a portion of this material will be covered in the question and answer section. It’s important to familiarize yourself with this material as these are real world scenarios you will eventually encounter.

concealed carry test: light strike example

A light strike occurs when the firing pin hits the primer with insufficient force to cause ignition. When a light strike occurs, there will be no audible sound from the primer.

Pictured above is a light strike from a .22 rifle. Notice that the cartridge is still intact and the round has not been discharged. However, on most centerfire ammunition this indentation from the firing pin will be centered on the back of the round.

Another potential cause of stoppage is a squib load. A squib load occurs when the firing pin strikes the primer but there is insufficient powder to expel the round from the muzzle. Thus, the round becomes lodged in the barrel creating a blockage. Squib loads are one of the most dangerous types of stoppages.

Usually, a squib load is characterized by a “pop” rather than a “bang” when the round is fired. However, the reason this is one of the most dangerous types of stoppages is because the next round can be loaded into the chamber. When the following round is fired it hits the obstruction and can lead to serious injury.

concealed carry test question: failure to extract looks like a double feed

A failure to extract happens when the casing does not leave the chamber during the normal cycle of operation. This causes a stoppage because the next round in the magazine cannot be loaded into the chamber.

When a failure to extract occurs, a semi-auto will fail to go into battery. Additionally, when this occurs it looks to be a “double-feed.” However, the difference being that the handgun is not actually trying to load two live rounds consecutively.

Failure To Eject (Stovepipe)

example of failure to eject possible test question

Unlike a failure to extract, a failure to eject means the casing interferes with the normal cycle of operation but is not stuck in the chamber.

Typically, this manifests itself in the form of the casing sticking out the top of the action. Therefore, it is called a stovepipe because of it’s likeness to the portion of a stove with the same name. A stovepipe will prevent the handgun from going into battery.

A hangfire occurs when the burn rate of the powder is slow enough to cause a delay in the discharge of the round. Similar to the squib load, this type of stoppage can be extremely dangerous.

Manually cycling the firearm can cause an active round to be laying on the ground ready to discharge in any direction. Another similarity between a hangfire and a squib load is the sound you hear when squeezing the trigger. Next I am going to cover what to do in the event of a failure to fire.

What To Do In A Failure To Fire Scenario

Unfortunately, when a shooter squeezes the trigger and the gun doesn’t discharge there is no way to know whether it is a squib load, hangfire, light strike, or dud round.

Therefore, common practice requires that you wait 30-60 seconds with the muzzle pointed downrange before ejecting the round. However, I usually err on the side of caution and wait 60-90 seconds before cycling my handgun.

Before proceeding, I clear the firearm. It’s important to visually inspect the barrel and chamber before continuing your live fire exercise to prevent injury.

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California Gun Permit Practice Test (30 Questions Answers). To obtain a Firearm Safety Certificate, a person must pass a Department of Justice (DOJ) written test. Therefore, you can download FSC Test Prep in PDF or Practice question answers in Quiz.

California Gun Permit Practice Test (30 Questions Answers)

Test NameFSC Practice Test
Test AdministrationDepartment of Justice (DOJ) California
Passing Marks75%
Total Question30
Test TypeSample Ture / False and Multiple Choice
Topics CoveredMix

Q1. What is GVRO?

  • (A) Use to obtain a Temporary Emergency Gun Violence Restraining Order that is effective immediately for 21 days.
  • (B) Use to start the court case to get a Gun Violence Restraining Order that will last 21 days
  • (C) The law exempts certain categories of individuals from the FSC and safe handling demonstration requirements.
  • (D) The law exempts certain categories of individuals from the FSC and safe handling demonstration requirements.

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Answer: A

Q2. What a GVRO Does?

  • (A) Not possess a firearm or ammunition
  • (B) Not purchase a firearm or ammunition
  • (C) Relinquish any firearms and/or ammunition to law enforcement, sell them, or store them with a licensed firearms dealer.
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: D

Q3. What are the two types of GVROs?

  • (A) Ex Parte GVRO
  • (B) Temporary Emergency GVRO
  • (C) Emergency GVRO
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: A and B There are two initial types of GVROs

Q4. A Temporary Emergency GVRO may only be sought by a law enforcement officer. 

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Answer: A

Q5. An Ex Parte GVRO may be sought by a law enforcement officer or an immediate family member.

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Answer: A

Q6. Which of the following is considered to be a locked container (when being transported)?

  • (A) the trunk of a car
  • (B) the glove box of a car
  • (C) the utility box of a car
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: A

Q7. Can any person manufacture (home-built) a firearm?

  • (A) Yes
  • (B) No
  • (C) First apply to the California DOJ for a serial number
  • (D) None of the above

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Answer: C

Q8. The Constitution of California does not contain a provision explicitly guaranteeing an individual right to keep and bear arms.

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Answer: A

Q9. Can I carry a gun without a concealed weapons permit in CA?

  • (A) CCW permit is required
  • (B) Delar Permit is required
  • (C) Handgun Safety Certificate is required
  • (D) Firearm Safety Certificate is required

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Answer: A Carry Concealed Weapon (CCW) 

Q10. Carrying a loaded magazine separate from the handgun is Prohibited under the CA Penal Code.

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Answer: B NOT Prohibited under the CA Penal Code  

Q11. What is Microstamping?

  • (A) Ballistic Identification System
  • (B) Laser guidance system
  • (C) Techno-Polymers system
  • (D) Microscopic markings System

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Answer: A  no new models of semiautomatic handguns will be marketed in California and no manufacturer actually uses this technology in firearms available to the public

Q12. Who is exempt from this requirement “Dealers may not sell any new handgun unless it is listed in the state DOJ roster of handguns certified for sale”?

  • (A) private party transfers
  • (B) certain single-action revolvers
  • (C) pawn/consignment returns
  • (D) all of the above.

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Answer: D

Q13 When is it legal to carry a concealed firearm?

  • (A) If you are in your home or in your place of business (usually applies to business owners).
  • (B) If you are going to or from the shooting range, hunting, fishing, or camping.
  • (C) If you are transporting the gun.  As long as you are 18 or older, a person may carry a concealed firearm
  • (D) If you have a license to carry a concealed firearm.

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Answer: D

Q14. Who Can Apply for a Concealed Carry Permit in California?

  • (A) Good moral character and have attended a firearms training class
  • (B) Just cause to justify the permit (ex. you or your loved ones are in danger and the threat can be reduced if you have a concealed firearm)
  • (C) A resident or run a business in the city or county you are securing a CCW license from.
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: D

Q15. If you have a concealed weapon permit from another state then do you have the right to carry a concealed weapon in California?

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Answer: B

Q16. Which of the following process(s) may be used to prevent you from owning/possessing a firearm in California?

  • (A) DOJ Record Check
  • (B) California Personal Firearms Eligibility Check (PFEC)
  • (C) National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS)
  • (D) Both B and C

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Answer: D

Q17. You may still be prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm even though you receive a PFEC response indicating you are eligible to own or possess firearms.

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Answer: A  Because PFEC does not include a Federal NICS check.

Q18. What is the minimum age to purchase & possess handguns in California?

  • (A) 18
  • (B) 19
  • (C) 20
  • (D) 21

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Answer: D  Because PFEC does not include a Federal NICS check.

19. In which of the following process all firearms purchases and transfers, including private party transactions and sales at gun shows, is done?

  • (A) PFEC and NICS Check
  • (B) Dealer’s Record of Sale (DROS)
  • (C) DOJ Check
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: B must be made through a California licensed dealer under the Dealer’s Record of Sale (DROS) process.

Q20. A dealer can sell or transfer a gun to a person under 21, but over the age of 18, when, he/she possesses a valid hunting license.

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Answer: A  Because Some exceptions to this rule apply.

Q21. There is no limit on the total number of handguns that a person can buy.

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Answer: A any 30-day period.

Q22. What guns are considered a “handgun”?

  • (A) Revolvers
  • (B) Semiautomatic pistols
  • (C) Most firearms equipped with a pistol grip
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: D.

Q23. To lawfully transport a handgun in a vehicle, California residents must ensure that it is:

  • (A) unloaded,
  • (B) locked in the trunk of the vehicle or in a locked container inside the vehicle, and
  • (C) apparent, or not concealed inside the vehicle
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: D.

Q24. It is always a crime to transport a loaded firearm.

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Answer: A

Q25. When transporting an assault weapon, Californians must ensure that it is:

  • (A) unloaded
  • (B) stored in a locked container
  • (C) only be transported to and from certain places
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: D.

Q26. If a gun owner knows that a child can access a stored gun, he/she should:

  • (A) make certain that it is unloaded, and
  • (B) store it in a place outside of the child’s access (like a locked container).
  • (C) store their gun in a different location than the ammunition
  • (D) All of the above

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Answer: D.

Q27. Which of the following parties may issue a CCW?

  • (A) a county sheriff
  • (B) the chief or other head of a municipal police department.
  • (C) California Department of Justice
  • (D) A and B

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Answer: D.

Q28. It is generally a crime for a person to openly carry unloaded guns in California.

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Answer: A Carrying an unloaded handgun in public is a misdemeanor.

Q29. is it a crime for a person to do any of the following? (select option that applies)

  • (A) manufacture them,
  • (B) import them into the state,
  • (C) keep them for sale,
  • (D) offer them for sale,
  • (E) give them away,
  • (F) lend them, or
  • (G) possess them

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Answer: ALL OF THE ABOVR.

Q30. Penal Code 30600 PC is the California statute that makes it a crime to manufacture, distribute, transport, import, sell or give away assault weapons and BMG rifles.

View Correct Answer

Answer: A note that antique firearms and similar curios are exempt from this statute.

California Gun Permit Practice Test (SET 2)

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Concealed Handgun Carry Test Questions!

  • 1. 

    You arrive at a Dallas Cowboys game and realize you're carrying your handgun. You should:

    • A. 

      Check to make sure it's loaded.

    • B. 

      Make doubly sure that gun is concealed.

    • C. 

      Tell the ticket-taker you are armed.

    • D. 

      Immediately return to your vehicle and safely secure your handgun.

  • 2. 

    Deadly force should be used:

    • A. 

      As a response to road rage.

    • B. 

      When a cab driver over charges you.

    • C. 

      As a response to a discourteous waiter.

    • D. 

  • 3. 

    You are taking a flight to another state where your Texas concealed handgun license is valid. To take along your handgun, you should:

    • A. 

    • B. 

      Tell the security officer that you have a license.

    • C. 

      Disassemble and put the parts in in a different section of the luggage.

    • D. 

      Unload it, place it in a lockable case and check it at the airline counter outside the secured area of the airport.

  • 4. 

    You meet a friend in an establishment that appears to be a bar and has a large red "51" displayed inside the door. As a concealed handgun licensee, you should:

    • A. 

      Do not tell anybody and unload the gun.

    • B. 

      Check the gun in with the bouncer.

    • C. 

      Carry the gun inside, but make sure it is concealed.

    • D. 

      Take the handgun back into your car and make sure it is locked away safely.

  • 5. 

    What is the minimum age you are eligible to apply for a concealed handgun license (excluding military exception)?

    • A. 

    • B. 

    • C. 

    • D. 

  • 6. 

    All of the following are reasons, a concealed handgun license can be revoked except:

    • A. 

      A felony conviction after an application has been approved.

    • B. 

      Convicted of a Class A Misdemeanor after the license was issued.

    • C. 

      All information entered is truthful and verifiable.

    • D. 

      A false Social Security number on the application.

  • 7. 

    There are four elements to a conversation: sender, message, receiver, and feedback. Which of these is the most important to make sure the message was received or delivered correctly?

    • A. 

    • B. 

    • C. 

    • D. 

  • 8. 

    In a conflict situation, remaining in the "Adult" state will help those involved to keep their self-respect and face saved.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 9. 

    The best way to neutralize negative behavior in another person is with physical force!

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 10. 

    In a conflict situation, one should remember to respond rather than react to what the other person says.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 11. 

    You may be prosecuted for recklessly killing or injuring an innocent third person while using deadly force.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 12. 

    You could be sued in civil court even if you are justified in using deadly force.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 13. 

    Deadly force is justified to prevent the imminent commission of aggravated kidnapping, murder, sexual assault, aggravated sexual assault, robbery, and aggravated robbery.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 14. 

    An employer has the right to prevent employees (with a CHL) from carrying handguns into the workplace by a statement to that effect in the company policy manual and/or posting signs at all entrances, the signs for the employees do not have to meet the requirements of Section 30.06.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 15. 

    While you are at a CHL renewal class at a Hotel conference room, you are not required to keep your handgun concealed.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 16. 

    Handguns do not have to be concealed if you are carrying during the night time.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 17. 

    A CHL that states action type "SA" allows the licensee to carry either a revolver or a semi-automatic handgun.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 18. 

    After September 1, 2007, a person no longer has to have a CHL to carry a handgun in his or her vehicle.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 19. 

    If a CHL holder does not notify the Department of a change of address within 30 days of that change, this may result in a 30 day suspension of the CHL.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 20. 

    If a concealed handgun licensee is arrested and taken into custody, the arresting officer is not authorized to seize the license and handgun.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 21. 

    The Texas Department of Public Safety may disclose information on a CHL holder to a Criminal Justice Agency.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 22. 

    The Texas CHL is good in Texas and those states with which we have reciprocity.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 23. 

    A concealed handgun license does not expire and remains valid until revoked.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 24. 

    The DPS does not release the mailing list of concealed handgun licenses.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • 25. 

    When a magistrate or peace officer demands that a CHL holder displays identification, the CHL holder shall display both the Texas driver"s license (or Texas identification certificate) issued by the department and the CHL, if he is carrying a handgun.

    • A. 

    • B. 

  • Sours: https://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=concealed-handgun-license-course
    Shooting Stance During Your Concealed Weapons Permit Test

    More precisely in May 2009. I will never forget those beautiful 10 days. Day One.

    Now discussing:

    It was already clear that she was not embarrassed by this topic, and she could afford to joke. I tolerate it, Im too lazy to get up. Well, well, just dont fall asleep, otherwise a childish surprise will happen at night, I didnt calm down.



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