The United States Department of Homeland Security's Immigration & Customs Enforcement (I.C.E.) puts its agents through an annual qualification shooting standard that must be achieved by all its agents in order to ensure that agents can protect U.S. soil. This qualification shoot is for handguns and is one of the most demanding qualification standards.
To successfully pass this qualification, 8 courses of fire are required to be shot with a total of 76 rounds. You must score a minimum of 72 hits, 2 of which must be clean Mozambique drills. Just like all the other qualification shoots, this is a timed shoot. Miss the time, fail the shoot.
Full instruction and guidance will be given by our qualified instructors at the beginning of the day to ensure safety and the greatest chance possible of a pass. This qualification shoot, including instruction, is a total of 5 hours duration.