Texas Online License To Carry
Get certified online for your Texas license to carry. Our Texas online license to carry class is the official online Texas LTC class certified by the Texas Department of Public Safety. We make it easy to get your Texas license to carry. Unlike others, our online class is easy and we break everything down so it’s easy for everyone to understand. We also assist you in finding a local LTC instructor in your area to complete the shooting portion after you take our online LTC class.
You can take our license to carry class from the comfort of your your own home or anywhere else for that matter, 24/7 at your own pace and on your own schedule. No more spending all day on a Saturday sitting in a crowded classroom. Our online class is available to everyone regardless of where you live in Texas. Our online Texas LTC class is certified Statewide.
As soon as you complete our online course you will be able to instantly download your official certificate of training that’s required to apply for your Texas license to carry. You will also learn how to apply for your license in our online class.
Who Can Take The Online LTC Class
Anyone from anywhere in Texas can take our official Texas Online License to Carry Class. It does not matter what city you are in! Our LTC class is certified and approved by Texas DPS Statewide. Once the class has been completed, your certificate of completion, LTC-101 will be immediately available to download. You can take our online class on your desktop, laptop, tablet or smart phone! Take our online class at your own pace and on your own schedule from the comfort of your home.
Administered through videos that are broken into 15-20 minute segments, you can take the online LTC class at your own pace from anywhere in Texas. Progress is saved at the completion of each video, allowing you to take the online LTC class as fast or slow as you want. Watch for 15 minutes and come back to continue another day, or watch all 4 hours. Its all up to you! Developed to be taken from your computer, smartphone or tablet, you have the most flexibility when choosing when and how to take the class.
Important LTC Information
Everyone must complete a proficiency portion to obtain your LTC. The shooting portion consists of approximately one to two hours of hands on training and lecture prior to shooting your firearm. Please understand, we do NOT allow students to “draw and shoot”. The proficiency tests consists of firing 50 rounds at distances of 3 yards, 7 yards, and 15 yards. Students should not stress over the sequence of shooting, as that will be discussed in depth prior to qualification.
Items to bring
Students should bring a pistol they are comfortable with of 22 caliber or larger to qualify. It does not matter if your firearm is a revolver or semi-auto. Students should also bring at least 100 rounds of quality ammunition. Ammunition should not be remanufactured/reloads, but instructors do understand how scarce ammunition can be. Please note that red dot sights, scopes, lasers, and rests can not be used during the qualification portion. Students should wear appropriate clothing for shooting outdoors; including closed-toed shoes, shirts that do not hang low, hat/cap, safety glasses or sunshades, and hearing protection. There will be a first aid kit on site. **If, for any reason, the student does not have a firearm, then the instructor has two that can be used. Please let the instructor know prior to qualification process and understand that compensation is expected if the student does not have their own firearm (a “rental fee” may be applied).
Course of Fire
The shooting portion is set up and designed to help the student achieve the maximum score possible for your skill set. We try our best to not set the student up for failure. If, for any reason, you do not feel comfortable or would like one on one instruction prior to shooting please let us know (email@example.com).
A score of 70% or 175 points out of a possible 250 points must be obtained. The target is a B-27 human silhouette measuring 24″ by 45″.
3 Yards– *1 shot in 2 seconds, 5 times. *2 shots in 3 seconds, 5 times. *5 shots in 10 seconds
7 Yards– *5 shots in 10 seconds. *1 shot in 3 seconds, 5 times. *2 shots in 4 seconds, once *3 shots in 6 seconds, once. *5 shots in 15 seconds
15 Yards– *2 shots in 6 seconds, once. *3 shots in 9 seconds, once. *5 shots in 15 seconds, once.