When looking for an online Texas LTC class, you have a few choices. At LicenseToCarry.com we focus on keeping it affordable, accessible and convenient.
Applying for a Texas LTC is simple: attend 4 to 6-hours online classroom instruction, score 70% or higher on the written examination; attend a local range to receive 1 to 2-hours additional gun safety training and shoot the 50-round course-of-fire as your proficiency demonstration while showing you can handle a handgun safely at a local range; and, complete your online application process with the state which also includes getting fingerprints.
The LTC class is 4 to 6-hours and is designed to let you take the course at your own pace using your computer, tablet or mobile phone.
Attend the classroom online, answer the exam questions online, print your LTC-101 completion certificate online. Easy!
Are you eligible for a qualified discount? Active Military personnel, County Jailers or State Correctional Officers are. And, as a qualified applicant, you are exempt from having to go to the range for 1 to 2-hours additional gun safety training and the proficiency demonstration.
Teachers, judicial officers and first responders are also eligible for discounts on the online LTC course; but, you still are required to attended the proficiency demonstration at a local range of your choosing.
So what’s involved in the proficiency demonstration. That’s simple too. Find a local range to receive 1 to 2-hours additional training on gun safety and to shoot the 50-round course-of-fire. The range instructor needs to sign your LTC-101 as well.
Last, start the online application for LTC at https://txapps.texas.gov/txapp/txdps/ltc, upload your documents and get your fingerprints which you schedule and pay for when completing your online application.
Once you have completed your application, you can upload required documentation at:https://www.dps.texas.gov/rsd/contact/ltcatt.aspx
Texas House Bill 3784 paved the way for www.licensetocarry.com to be among the first online course providers authorized by the State of Texas to deliver the classroom instruction portion of the LTC training requirement and administer the written exam to applicants online.