Online, Texas DPS Approved, License to Carry (LTC/CHL) class

LTC (License To Carry), formerly CHL (Concealed Handgun License), is the concealed and open carry permit for the Lone Star State. The Texas Department of Public Safety currently requires a minimum of 4 to 6 hours not including range time. You can take the LTC class at your own pace, from the comfort of your own home - or wherever you have time to attend.

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Our firearms training service is designed to help you achieve success in obtaining your Texas LTC. We offer a variety of training options, including classroom instruction, hands-on shooting range practice, and personalized coaching to help you improve your skills. Our curriculum covers all aspects of firearms training, including gun safety, handling, and proficiency, as well as concealed carry laws and regulations in Texas. With our expert instructors and comprehensive curriculum, you can be confident that you'll receive the training you need to pass the Texas LTC proficiency test and legally carry a concealed handgun. Sign up for our firearms training service today to take the first step towards obtaining your Texas License to Carry.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We are dedicated to providing you with a comprehensive and engaging License to Carry course, designed to help you feel confident, knowledgeable, and prepared for responsible concealed carry. Please take a moment to review our frequently asked questions below, which address many common concerns and inquiries about the carry license. Remember, we are here to support you every step of the way on your journey towards a safe and secure licensed carry.

Question: What are the eligibility requirements for a Texas License to Carry (LTC)?
Answer: You must be at least 18 years old, have a clean criminal record, and meet state and federal qualifications to purchase a handgun. A full list of eligibility requirements can be found on the Texas Department of Public Safety website.
Question: How long is the online License to Carry course?
Answer: The online LTC course takes approximately 4-6 hours to complete, depending on your pace. You can complete the course at your convenience and in multiple sessions if needed.
Question: Is the online LTC course approved by the Texas Department of Public Safety?
Answer: Yes, our online LTC course is approved by the Texas Department of Public Safety and meets all state requirements for obtaining a License to Carry.
Question: What topics are covered in the online License to Carry course?
Answer: The course covers topics such as gun safety, Texas laws related to the use of force, non-violent dispute resolution, proper storage practices, and handgun use and proficiency.
Question: Do I need to pass a shooting proficiency test to obtain my License to Carry?
Answer: Yes, in addition to the online course, you are required to pass a shooting proficiency test with a certified LTC instructor. This involves demonstrating safe gun handling and shooting skills on a live-fire range.
Question: How do I schedule the shooting proficiency test?
Answer: After completing the online course, you will be provided with a list of certified LTC instructors in your area. Contact an instructor to schedule the shooting proficiency test.
Question: What is the cost of the online License to Carry course?
Answer: Our online LTC course is priced competitively, and you can find the current pricing on our course pages. Please note that this cost does not include the shooting proficiency test, which is paid separately to the certified LTC instructor.
Question: How long is the License to Carry valid in Texas?
Answer: A Texas License to Carry is valid for 5 years. You'll need to renew your license before it expires, and a renewal notice will be sent to you by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
Question: Is the Texas License to Carry recognized in other states?
Answer: Yes, the Texas LTC is recognized by many other states through reciprocity agreements. However, it's important to verify the specific laws and regulations in each state before carrying a firearm.
Question: Can I apply for a Texas License to Carry if I am not a Texas resident?
Answer: Yes, non-Texas residents can apply for a Texas Non-Resident License to Carry by completing our online course and the required shooting proficiency test with a certified LTC instructor.
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