|(a) The figure in this section provides the proficiency
demonstration requirements applicable to applicants for either a license
to carry a handgun or certification as a qualified handgun instructor.
(b) A handgun license applicant must score at least
70% on both the written examination and the proficiency examination.
(c) A handgun license applicant will have three opportunities
to pass the written examination and the proficiency examination within
a 12 month period.
(d) The qualified handgun instructor or approved online
course provider must submit all examination failures to the department
on the class completion notification. The notification must indicate
if the failure occurred after the handgun license applicant had been
given three opportunities to pass the examinations.
(e) On successful completion of the written or proficiency
examinations, the qualified handgun instructor or approved online
course provider, as applicable, shall certify the handgun license
applicant has established his or her proficiency on the form and in
the manner determined by the department.
(f) All certificates of training (LTC-100 or LTC-101)
are valid for one year from the date of issuance. Any certificate
of training that is required in conjunction with an application must
be valid on the date the completed application is submitted to the