Texas License to Carry
Formerly known as Concealed Handgun License or CHL
There are two ways to get your License to Carry with Texas Gun Club
This course provides the education and assessment necessary to obtain a Texas License to Carry. It includes the four hours of instruction as mandated by the Texas Department of Public Safety. Students are required to pass a firearms proficiency demonstration and a written exam.
PLEASE NOTE: You will not learn how to shoot a handgun in this course. If you are new to handguns, we recommend that you take Handgun 101 prior to this certification. You must be able to demonstrate proficiency with a handgun in order to complete the LTC certification.
Frequently Asked Questions and Helpful Links
Yes. The License to Carry course is not an instructional course for those new to shooting with handguns. If you are not already proficient with firearms, we highly recommend taking Handgun 101 prior to attempting to obtain your LTC.
Fingerprinting is done through IdentoGo. While we do have one of their locations in our facility, they are a separate entity. You can view their locations, schedules, and availability here: https://uenroll.identogo.com/.
Absolutely! While we always provide post-class instructions, sometimes it helps to have all the information laid out for good preparation.
1. Make sure you qualify and read over any information at the Texas DPS website.
2. Register for either our in-person LTC class OR our Online LTC Class.
3. If you took an online class, once you complete it, schedule and take your shooting proficiency test.
4. Apply for your Texas License To Carry.
5. Schedule your fingerprints.
Texas Gun Club reserves the right to cancel or reschedule classes that do not hold the minimum enrollee count. Texas Gun Club will notify you prior to 24 hours before the class is held.