• Texas Handgun Training

    Handgun training courses from basic skills to advanced self-defense. Texas LTC, NRA, Handgun Skills Series and much more.

LTC Eligibility

Texas is a "shall issue" State meaning that any person who meets the statutory eligibility requirements must be issued a Texas License to Carry a Handgun.  Click the "Read More" link for eligibility requirements.

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Getting an LTC: 3 Steps

  1. Take a CHL Class at Texas Handgun Training
  2. Apply online with Texas Dept. of Public Safety
  3. Get digital fingerprints with Morpho Trust (a/k/a FAST)

The LTC class can be taken either before or after applying with DPS.

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Class Fees for PSC Members

Texas License to Carry a Handgun Class:  $95 
Handgun Skills Series:  
    Basic Handgun Skills $99
    Intermediate Handgun Skills I & II $99 each
    Advanced Handgun Skills i & ii $99 each
NRA Personal Protection Inside the Home: $150
NRA Personal Protection Outside the Home: $150
Private Training Sessions (1 to 3 people) $125/hr.

star ring logoWhether you already have a Texas License to Carry a Handgun or are thinking about it, putting an LTC in your wallet shouldn't be your end goal.  While the license makes it legal for you to carry a self-defense handgun, it doesn't mean you are ready to deal with a deadly assault. Get handgun training and start with the basics.  Then get a shooting mentor and have a practice plan every time you go to the range. 

The Handgun Skills Series of courses is an excellent way to develope the basic skills necessary to effectively use a handgun in a self-defense situation.  Currently, the Series

consists of five different  classes: Basic Handgun Skills (3 hrs.), Intermediate Handgun I & II Skills courses (3 hrs. each), and Advanced Handgun Skills I&II courses (3 hrs. each).  The classes are building blocks designed to allow a student with little or no handgun experience to progress with confidence in building handgun skills.  Each course in the Series focuses on specific aspects of defensive shooting and classes are scheduled far enough apart to allow the student to practice and hone what they have learned before proceeding to the next level course.