Many get overwhelmed and don’t understand the process of getting their Texas LTC License. Below is a simple and complete guide on what will be required of you to complete this process quickly and efficiently.
Step 1: Purchase the LicenseToCarry.com Texas LTC online course.
Step 2: At your convenience, complete the course online.
Step 3: Pass the online written exam with a score of 70% or higher.
Step 4: Download and print your LTC-101.
Step 5: Decide you want to apply for the Texas LTC.
(Our online course will give you a wealth of information about the responsibility of carrying your firearm in public. You may find after taking a course that carrying in public isn’t for you. Be honest with yourself and the responsibility you are signing up for. It is ok to decide not to carry.)
Step 6: Select a local gun range nearby.
Step 7: Go to the range and practice the course-of-fire
20 shots @ 3 yards
20 shots @ 7 yards
10 shots @ 15 yards
Step 8: Ask the range manager if you can Attend a walk-in session or make an appointment for the next scheduled proficiency demonstration class.
Step 9: Complete the course-of-fire scoring at least 175/250 possible points.
Step 10: Have the range LTC instructor sign your LTC-101.
Step 11: Logon to the State’s web site and start your application.
Step 12: Schedule your fingerprints when prompted to do so.
Step 13: Go get your fingerprints taken.
LTC applicants must have completed one of the following to schedule an appointment:
Unscheduled walk-in service is not available. To schedule an appointment at a time and location convenient to you, use one of the following methods:
Step 14: You will receive an email from the State that has a bar code sheet and a list of documents you need to upload.
Step 15: Gather the required documents.
Step 16: Logon to your account and upload the documents listed including the signed LTC-101.
Step 17: Wait about 8 weeks or so for the State to process your application
Step 18: Get your license in the mail.
Step 19: Double check that the license is 100% accurate
Step 20: Continue to stay informed, practice and always be aware of your surroundings; and, never allow children to gain access to your firearm.