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Minnesota doesn't have a particular time or score that you must pass. The only way to fail is to violate a safety rule. That said, the 3 times I've had to renew, the instructors were looking to aid the student to pass the course and bent over backward to help first timers out.
 

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No time limit that I am aware of in DPRI.......not yet anyway.
 
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In NC it goes like this.

1 yard Line - 8 Rounds
one round in 2 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 2 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 4 seconds from the presentation.
Fire one round in 4 seconds from the presentation.
Fire two rounds in 6 seconds from the presentation.
Fire two rounds in 6 seconds from the presentation.

Three (3) Yards Line - 10 Rounds

Fire one round in 3 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 3 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 7 seconds from the presentation.
Fire two rounds in 7 seconds from the presentation.
Five (5) Yard Line - 10 Rounds

Fire one round in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one rounds in 8 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire four rounds in 8 seconds from the ready position.

Seven (7) Yard Line - 12 Rounds

Fire three rounds in 7 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 8 seconds from the presentation.
Fire three rounds in 7 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 8 seconds from the presentation.
Fire one round in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 6 seconds from the presentation.

The shooter must hit the target a minimum of 28 times.
Don't remember the sequence but that sounds pretty accurate I just remember shooting approx 50 rounds (a box of ammo) and the requirement was to hit the target 80% or better along with the classroom work. Carrying a little over 13 years now.
 

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New Jersey for off duty qualifying is 60 rounds into a Q target at different distances starting at the 25 yard mark and ending at arms reach from the target from the hip. Strong hand, support hand two hands. A circus song and dance and whamo you got yourself qualified.
 

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In NC it goes like this.

1 yard Line - 8 Rounds
one round in 2 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 2 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 4 seconds from the presentation.
Fire one round in 4 seconds from the presentation.
Fire two rounds in 6 seconds from the presentation.
Fire two rounds in 6 seconds from the presentation.

Three (3) Yards Line - 10 Rounds

Fire one round in 3 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 3 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 7 seconds from the presentation.
Fire two rounds in 7 seconds from the presentation.
Five (5) Yard Line - 10 Rounds

Fire one round in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one rounds in 8 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire four rounds in 8 seconds from the ready position.

Seven (7) Yard Line - 12 Rounds

Fire three rounds in 7 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 8 seconds from the presentation.
Fire three rounds in 7 seconds from the ready position.
Fire two rounds in 8 seconds from the presentation.
Fire one round in 4 seconds from the ready position.
Fire one round in 6 seconds from the presentation.

The shooter must hit the target a minimum of 28 times.
Interesting. Where did you qualify? In Mecklenburg County in 2008 I had to put 50 shots into the target at 7 yards. With a Beretta Neos supplied by the instructor I put 47 rounds inside the 9 ring. I supplied the ammo. The first 20 were slow fire. Then the Range Officer asked me to shoot a little faster so the last 30 (3 mags) went pretty quickly.
 
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