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Re: written part of the chl test

Postby Captain Matt » Fri Jan 09, 2009 5:12 pm

I don't recognize any of those questions. Do instructors get to make up their own tests?
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Re: written part of the chl test

Postby Crossfire » Fri Jan 09, 2009 6:06 pm

Captain Matt wrote:I don't recognize any of those questions. Do instructors get to make up their own tests?


No, intructors don't, but people who post to internet forums can.
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Re: written part of the chl test

Postby Armed-Texan » Fri Jan 09, 2009 10:08 pm

the shooting is so easy. i had three raggedy holes in my paper until the very end, i had a flier. so i did the little scene from super troopers with my brother where they are at the range and one of says, 'what about that little guy, oh that little guy, i wouldn't worry about that little guy.

the written part is a snap, i was getting really nervous when he was handing out the tests and being very serious. i didn't miss one and felt silly for being nervous. we graded each others test. we were supposed to switch with whoever we were sitting with but since i was with my brother i switched with another table, ethics ya know! my brother only missed one, and it was worded very funny. nobody failed. then as we were grading the tests we went over the answers to reinforce why they were correct. guy was a good instructor. and being a SWAT/FIREARMS instructor, had some GREEEAAAT stories. :thumbs2: for the instructor!!!
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Re: written part of the chl test

Postby RiveraRa » Mon Jan 12, 2009 11:04 am

The written test was easy. I passed with a 98% and the question I got wrong was only because I misread it.
The range test was just as easy. Even if you havent shot before you should be in good condition. Both of the guys on the line next to me must have been friends taking the test together. Neither of then knew how to lock their slide back or decock their pistol. They both passed
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Re: written part of the chl test

Postby 05kas05 » Sun Jan 18, 2009 3:03 pm

thanks guys for everything i took my test saturday the 17th and passed who knew it would be that easy.well i will get my app. in the mail and see how long it takes. once again thanks for helping me keep my mind at ease
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Re: written part of the chl test

Postby Hunter11 » Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:03 pm

I take my CHL class on 2/14, send me the test questions. :lol:
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Re: written part of the chl test

Postby huntnetime » Sun Jan 18, 2009 9:51 pm

I just took the course yesterday. It was a breeze. I'm actually quite surprised how easy it is. I guess they figure if you are a stand-up citizen who is willing to go through the motions and submit to a background check and send them money then that is good enough for them. Remember, thugs and criminals don't go through the course. If they are capable of carrying a weapon I figured the state is willing to make it a little easier on the good citizen to obtain the license to even the odds a little.
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