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  • December 5, 2018
    10:00 am - 4:00 pm

LTC includes all State classroom instruction, 25 question exam and the shooting proficiency test. Total time is approximately 5 to 6 hours. You receive your LTC 100 form upon successful completion.

Our Instructors

All of our License to Carry (LTC) instructors are Texas Department of Public Safety certified License To Carry Instructors, National Rifle Association (NRA) Firearms Instructors and NRA Range Safety Officers. All instructors are current/former law enforcement and/or military and bring tremendous knowledge and experience to the classroom and to the range. They are committed to 1) your safety; 2) delivering the best LTC instruction available in Texas and 3) ensuring you are as prepared as possible for the responsibility of carrying a licensed handgun.

YOU MUST KNOW HOW TO SHOOT BEFORE YOU COME TO THE RANGE TO QUALIFY! IF YOU DO NOT KNOW HOW TO LOAD, UNLOAD AND FIRE A HANDGUN, YOU NEED TO TAKE THE INTRODUCTION TO HANDGUN CLASS BEFORE YOU QUALIFY. THE LTC CLASS DOES NOT TEACH SHOOTING SKILLS.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be a legal resident of Texas, or apply for a non-resident license
  • Must be at least 21, unless active duty or honorably discharged from the military, then at least 18
  • Must not ever have been convicted of a FELONY
  • Must not be currently charged with a Class A or Class B MISDEMEANOR or FELONY
  • Must not be chemically dependent, including alcohol
  • Must be capable of exercising sound judgment
  • Must not have been convicted of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, or a disorderly conduct, in the past 5 years
  • Must be fully qualified under federal and state laws to purchase a handgun
  • Must not be delinquent in any payments to the state of Texas, including child support and property taxes
  • Must not be restricted by a protective or restraining order involving a person
  • Must not have been convicted of a felony grade juvenile delinquent conduct in the previous 10 years

Subjects Covered

  • Laws that relate to weapons and the use of deadly force
  • Handgun use and safety, including use of restraint holsters and methods to ensure the secure carrying of openly carried handguns
  • Non-violent dispute resolution
  • Proper storage practices for handguns with an emphasis on storage practices that eliminate the possibility of accidental injury to a child

Equipment Needed

Reliable functional handgun, (semi-auto or revolver) .22 LR or larger caliber. This is your responsibility to make sure your handgun works properly has the State proficiency test does not allow make up/alibi shots.

Bring your UNLOADED handgun and UNLOADED magazine in a bag or case.

If possible, leave your handgun in your vehicle until the instructor instructs you to bring the handgun to the shooting range.

If you cannot leave your handgun in your vehicle, bring your unloaded handgun unloaded magazine and your ammo (in a bag or case) to a Sales Associate. The Associate will store your handgun and ammo in our gun room.  You will be allowed to retrieve your handgun and ammo when it is time for you to qualify.

  • Minimum 50 round box of ammunition for your handgun caliber
  • Minimum 1 magazine, two is best.
  • Eye and ear protection
  • Closed top shoes, no sandals, no flip flops
  • Hat/cap to protect from sun and hat brass.
  • Medium size towel or rag for table and resting your handgun on
  • Bring a lunch, and/or snacks, your own drinks for the day. (No official lunch break to make a shorter day)
  • Note pad and blue/black pen
  • Anything else you believe you may need

There is no official lunch break during the LTC course however students can bring lunch, snacks, drinks etc to have during the classroom lectures (working lunch).

On the range, you will shoot the following:

From a distance of 3 Yards:

        • 1 shot in 2 seconds (5 times)
        • 2 shots in 3 seconds (5 times)
        • 5 shots in 10 seconds (1 time)

From a distance of 7 Yards:

        • 5 shots in 10 seconds (1 time)
        • 2 shots in 4 seconds (1 time)
        • 3 shots in 6 seconds (1 time)
        • 1 shot in 3 seconds (5 times)
        • 5 shots in 15 seconds (1 time)

From a distance of 15 Yards:

        • 2 shots in 6 seconds (1 time)
        • 3 shots in 9 seconds (1 time)
        • 5 shots in 15 seconds (1 time)

This course is not a “how-to-shoot” class. It is expected that the student has already achieved a minimum safe level of proficiency with their handgun, including loading, unloading, slide or cylinder manipulation, proper use of safety devices and operational controls. During the proficiency test, students will be expected to be safe while handling their firearms which is part of the test. Students who cannot meet these standards will fail the proficiency test and will need to retest at later date.

What to do before class or after completion

  • Visit the Texas Department of Public Safety (click link) and fill out online application for a NEW HANDGUN LICENSE
  • Pay the application fee (This fee is paid the Texas Department of Public Safety)
  • Print out the Receipt/Check List (This should have a large bar code across the top.)
  • Register for fingerprinting, you will get an email from IdentoGO with 24 hours.
  • Questions? Go to TX DPS FAQs (click link).

 

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Location

Venue:  

Address:
13250 Pleasanton Road, San Antonio, Texas, 78221, United States