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Get Your Texas LTC In 3 Steps
Step one is to take the online Texas license to carry class. The online LTC is is available here and is approved statewide. It is the official online LTC class required by the Texas Department of Public Safety to get your Texas LTC.
The DPS certified online course is easy and you can take it at your own pace. It is available 24/7 and it is the most popular way to get certified for your license.
Step two is to complete the shooting portion. The online course will show you how to access the instructor locator to find a local instructor in your area to complete the shooting for you.
Make sure you complete the online course first before contacting an instructor for the shooting portion, you will need the certificate of training (LTC101) from the online course. The certificate is available for instant download as soon as you complete the online course.
Step three is to submit your application for the license on the DPS website and get your fingerprints taken digitally. Once you submit your online application, DPS will email you the instructions on how to schedule your fingerprint appointment.
The online course will cover this entire process step by step in detail and it will provide you with all of the links to complete everything.
Why Get A Texas LTC
The Texas license to carry (LTC) provides a lot of benefits when it comes to carrying a handgun. It also allows you to carry in more places with legal protections.
|Texas License to Carry||Texas Permitless Carry|
|Concealed Carry a Handgun in Public*|
|Open Carry a Handgun in Public*|
|Must Meet Eligibility Requirements|
|Carry in 37 Other Sates|
|Bypass Background Checks when Purchasing Firearms|
|Carry in Federal Gun Free School Zones|
|Carry in Hospitals, Nursing Facilities, or Amusement Parks*|
|Carry in Public Place With Any Type of “No Firearm” Sign Posted|
|Legal Protections When Carrying at Certain Prohibited Locations|
|Carry inside College Campus Buildings and at College Sporting Events*|
|Room of an Open Meeting of a Governmental Entity|