This 2-hour class meets the requirements for the State of Texas Shooting Proficiency Qualification. If you have already completed your LTC Classroom Learning (ONLINE) and wish to finish your requirements for your License to Carry, this will accomplish that for you.
This session is specifically designed to provide the student with a basic understanding of ...
- Firearms safety (in a live-fire environment)
- Proper Stance and Grip
- Sight Alignment and Sight Picture
- Trigger Control
- Basic shooting fundamentals
20 rounds fired from 3 yards
- 5-rounds, fired as one-shot exercises - 2 seconds per shot
- 10-round, fired as two-shot exercises - 3 seconds per each 2-shot pairs
- 5 rounds all fired within 10 seconds
- 5 shots, one round exercise - 3 seconds each
- 5 shots – 2-shots fired in 4 seconds, 3-shots fired in 6 seconds
- 5 shots all fired within 15 seconds
- 5 shots all fired within 10 seconds
- 2 rounds fired within 6 seconds
- 3 rounds fired within 9 seconds
- 5 rounds fired within 15 seconds
- Hits within the ‘X’, 10, 9 and 8 rings = 5 points
- Hits within the 7 ring = 4 points
- Hits on the target, but outside the 7 ring = 3 points
Expectations and Outcomes
Upon successful completion, your instructor will sign the Shooting Proficiency portion of your LTC-101 form and you will be eligible to apply for your Texas License to Carry.
- State of Texas-Issued Photo Identification (example, TXDL, or TXID)
- LTC-101 form provided to you by your ONLINE course provider (must be signed)
The instructor requires a copy of your driver's license once you register.
What to Bring:
- UNLOADED firearm (Semi-automatic or revolver) - SEE BELOW
- 100 rounds of caliber specific ammo (for your gun) - SEE BELOW
- Two magazines if using a semi-auto handgun
- Eye and Ear protection (I will have extra if needed)
If anyone will need to use one of my firearms for the training, PLEASE E-MAIL ME ASAP AND LET ME KNOW. If I am providing a firearm for your range training, I will also provide ammunition. We will be shooting a total of 100 rounds per person.
Recommended Clothing for the Range:
- Closed toe shoes
- Baseball cap (required)
- Shirts with button collar, polo style or similar OR T-Shirts
- NO low-cut shirts or blouses (hot brass can be a challenge)