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Texas License To Carry a Handgun (LTC) - Classroom

This is the "Instructor Lead Class" portion of your path to a Texas License To Carry - Handgun for the State of Texas!

Duration: 4-6 hours of classroom

$50.00

Fee

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There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.

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Description

The overall objective of the Texas License To Carry - Handgun course is to educate students on the responsibilities and laws applicable to handgun license holders.

This course DOES NOT teach someone how to shoot a handgun.

Student's are expected to come to the class with the knowledge and ability to shoot.  The State says the Performance Demonstration portion (range) is like taking the test to get a drivers license.  The applicant/student is tested to make sure they know how to operate and handle it safely.  You should go take a different course to learn how.

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Topics Covered

The Texas License To Carry - Handgun course will cover the following topics in the classroom:

  1. Laws that relate to Weapons and Use of Force and Deadly Force
  2. Non-Violent Dispute Resolution
  3. Handgun Use and Safety
  4. Proper storage practices for handguns with an emphasis on storage practices that eliminate the possibility of accidental injury to a child

There will be a Written Examination (closed book) at the end of all classes.  It consists of 25 multiple choice/True-False questions.  You must get a grade of 70% or higher (18 of 25 correct).

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Types

CCW

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Documentation Requirements

The instructor requires a copy of your driver's license once you register.

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Requirements

he Texas License To Carry - Handgun course will cover the following topics in the classroom:

  1. Laws that relate to Weapons and Use of Force and Deadly Force
  2. Non-Violent Dispute Resolution
  3. Handgun Use and Safety
  4. Proper storage practices for handguns with an emphasis on storage practices that eliminate the possibility of accidental injury to a child

There will be a Written Examination (closed book) at the end of all classes.  It consists of 25 multiple choice/True-False questions.  You must get a grade of 70% or higher (18 of 25 correct).