LTC Online Student (Shooting Qualification Only)

The LTC Online Student Shooting Qualification only is for those students who have completed the Texas LTC Online class had will need to complete the shooting proficiency with an DPS Certified LTC Instructor in person.  The LTC Online Student must have a signed Form LTC-101 from a DPS Certified LTC Instructor indicating that all classroom instructions have been completed.

NOTE:  This LTC class is not intended to train students how to shoot a handgun.  The qualification test portion of the course is required by the State of Texas for the student to demonstrate their ability to safely and properly handle and shoot a handgun.  If shooting proficiency training is required, please see our Private One-On-One Training.

This is for Shooting Qualification Only:

  • Administered by a Texas DPS Certified LTC Instructor
  • Requires Online Students provide a signed Form LTC-101 Certificate of Training Completion
  • Requires administered DPS shooting proficiency qualification (minimum score of 70% – 50 shots or 175 points out of possible 250 points to pass) Shooting range time is based on size of group

Tuition:

  • Private Instruction – $50.00 per Student
  • Group (2) or more – $40.00 per Student
  • Tuition is due upon registering (please see our policy on deposits & refunds)

Tuition Includes:

  • LTC Shooting Qualification Administered
  • B-27 Target – 45″ high x 24″ wide

Tuition Does Not Include:

  • Handgun (.22 caliber or larger authorized)
  • Shooting Range Fee ($15)
  • Ammunition (minimum 50 rounds) – No Reloads Authorized for Safety & Reliability

What to Bring:

  • Texas Driver’s License or Texas State ID
  • Form LTC 101 Certificate of Training (for LTC Online Students)
  • Handgun (.22 caliber or larger authorized)
  • Ammunition (50 rounds minimum)
  • Hearing Protection
  • Eye Protection
  • Baseball Cap
  • Non-Slip Footwear (no open toe or heel shoe)
  • Button-Up Shirt (long sleeve)

Range Qualification Test Requirements:
Score of 175 out of 250 possible points (70 %) required to pass

3 Yard Line – 20 Rounds

  • 1 round in 2 seconds, 5 times (5 rounds total)
  • 2 rounds in 3 seconds, 5 times (10 rounds total)
  • 5 rounds in 10 seconds, 1 time (5 rounds total)

7 Yard Line – 20 Rounds

  • 5 rounds in 10 seconds, 1 time (5 rounds total)
  • 2 rounds in 4 seconds, 1 time (2 rounds total)
  • 3 rounds in 6 seconds, 1 time (3 rounds total)
  • 1 round in 3 seconds, 5 times (5 rounds total)
  • 5 rounds in 15 seconds, 1 time (5 rounds total)

15 Yard Line – 10 Rounds

  • 2 rounds in 6 seconds, 1 time (2 rounds total)
  • 3 rounds in 9 seconds, 1 time (3 rounds total)
  • 5 rounds in 15 seconds, 1 time (5 rounds total)

Texas License To Carry

This course does not teach basic firearm skills or train students how to shoot. It is required that all participants have a basic understanding of handgun fundamentals and marksmanship. There is no time to teach handgun skills in an LTC class due to The State of Texas required material that must be covered. Anyone unsure of their basic handgun skills should consider taken our ONE-ON-ONE TRAINING or other range shooting class prior to the License To Carry Class. It is the sole responsibility of each individual to determine if they are legally ELIGIBLE to receive a Texas Concealed Handgun License. No refunds shall be issued after an individual has completed our LTC training courses and is determined to not be legally eligible to receive a Texas Handgun license to carry from the State of Texas. For more information on eligibility go to the Texas Department of Safety website and select “Handgun Licensing” at https://www.dps.texas.gov/.

LTC Target Grading is as follows:

  • Shots within the 8 ring (red) are 5 points.
  • Shots within the 7 ring (blue) and outside the 8 ring (red) are 4 points.
  • Shots outside the 7 ring and still on the silhouette are 3 points.
  • Shots in the white area are 0 points.

The target used is a B-27 target, which is a human-shaped silhouette target that measures 45″ high and 24″ wide. All shooting is from the “ready position” where your firearm is already in a position to fire. If any malfunctions are encountered, the shooter will work through the problem and finish the course of fire. If rounds are held (not fired within the allotted time), the shots will be scored as misses. A total of 50 shots are fired during the range qualification test. A score of 70% or greater is required to pass, or 175 points out of a possible 250 points.

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If interested, click on Request Form and complete.

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