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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In the Lone Star State, gun ownership and the right to carry firearms are deeply rooted in the culture. Navigating the legal landscape of Texas License to Carry (LTC) laws can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to understanding the complexities of 30.06 signs. This article serves as a comprehensive guide, shedding light on the intricacies of these signs and their implications for LTC holders in Texas.
Relating to prohibiting the carrying of a firearm by a member of a criminal street gang while engaged in certain criminal activity; creating a criminal offense; changing the eligibility for community supervision.
Relating to active shooter training for peace officers.
Relating to the prosecution of the offense of possessing or carrying a weapon in certain prohibited places associated with schools or educational institutions.
Relating to prohibiting a person or entity from surveilling, reporting, or tracking the purchase of firearms, ammunition, and accessories through the use of certain merchant category codes; imposing a civil penalty.
Relating to notice for certain defendants regarding the unlawful possession or acquisition of a firearm or ammunition.
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