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I have found several different militia qualification standards that vary in complexity and minimum skill levels. The easiest and least complex seems to be the Light Foot Militia Standards. Then, there's the National Milita Standards (NMS) from A Well Regulated Militia (awrm.org). Both of the above has a similar grade modification system, but to qualifiy to the AWRM standards requires over 80 rounds of rifle ammo and uses IDPA or IPSC targets. The Light Foot standards only require 15 rounds into 8.5x11" sheets of paper. Much cheaper and simpler to qualify. Any thoughts on these two standards? Any others that are more widely accepted?