22940 Harlan Lane
Saint Robert, MO 65584


Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act (LEOSA)

A federal law, HR218, enacted in 2004, that allows two classes of persons - the "qualified law enforcement officer" and the "qualified retired or separated law enforcement officer" - to carry a concealed firearm in any jurisdiction in the United States or United States Territories, regardless of state or local laws, with certain exceptions.
If applying under 926c (retired/separated), you will need to complete a course of fire that meets or exceeds LEOSA standards annually to remain qualified.

  We are LEOSA certified instructors and conduct LEOSA qualification training sessions on a “By Appointment” basis.

You will receive a firearm qualification card to carry with your LEOSA credentials. You do not need your LEOSA credentials to schedule yourself for the firing.

  Many choose to attend the LEOSA qualification course while waiting for their credentials to arrive in the mail.

Cost is only $35.00. (Ammunition requirement is a separate cost)

Course of Fire:
 Each retired officer will fire 50 rounds at an official B-27 target using standard scoring method. Minimum passing score is 175 points out of a possible 250 points.

 More specifically, you will fire:
5 rounds @ 1 Yard
10 rounds @ 3 yards*
15 rounds @ 7 yards
20 rounds @ 15 yards

 One string of fire will incorporate a reload. *

Required Equipment:
Duty-Type Handgun (32 caliber or above) in good repair with no modifications that would make it less safe.
Holster that fits your handgun.
50 rounds of ammunition for your handgun.
Two magazines for semiautomatics. Revolver shooters “may” use a speed loader.
Hearing & eye protection. (We can provide if needed)
Photo ID
For more information or to schedule a qualification, please contact:

Vance Ewing, VanceEwing@bowandbarrelsports.com
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