Once you’ve completed your Online LTC Class and if you live in the Corpus Christi area we would love to complete your range qualifications. However if do not live in the area you can locate an instructor by clicking here. 

In the state of Texas there are certain individuals who only need to complete the online portion of the Texas License to Carry in order to obtain the license. The following individuals are exempt from the shooting portion of the license:

* Texas State Correctional Officers 

* Active Duty Military or Veterans that have proof of firearms familiarization training OR shooting scores dated within the past 10 years.

* County Jailers who have proof of firearms training as part of their employment. 

Take the online class here.

Yes, Texas law now allows you to take the official Texas License to Carry Class online. This allows you to take the class at your own pace and from the comfort of your home. Our online class is available here.

You can have your name changed on your license by submitting an LTC 70 to the Texas Department of Transportation. You can download the form here.

You must submit your online application BEFORE submitting any other documents to DPS. Once you have completed all of the documentation and have completed all of the necessary steps you can upload your documents to the following link

The recommended form of submission is electronically however if for whatever reason this is not possible you can email them to the address below. 

Please only select one option for submission. Do not do both.

Texas Department of Public Safety Handgun Licensing – MCS 0245

P.O. Box 4087

Austin, Texas 78773-0001

(512) 424-7293

If you have misplaced or lost your license you can replace it by logging on to the following site and select “Returning User“. If you have any questions please call the Handgun Licensing Division at (512) 424-7293.

No, Texas will issue a Texas License to Carry to any individual with a valid driver’s license or state issued identification that has been issued by any state within the United States. You can get started taking the class here

You can change the address on your Texas License to Carry by logging in as a “Returning User” on the state’s website here. If you have any questions please call the Handgun Licensing Division at (512) 424-7293. 

You can contact the Handgun Licensing Division at (512) 424-7293. Representatives are available to assist you Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 7:00pm by phone or by clicking this link


You will submit the application online to the DPS website. Once the application is complete you will receive an email with a checklist of items to complete. This checklist will have instructions on how to schedule your fingerprints and which documents you will need to complete the process. Make sure you keep all documents in a secured location during this process. We recommend completing this process on a computer or laptop and not your mobile phone. 

You can submit your application here. If you have supporting documents that need to be included with the application you can submit them here. While the preferred method is electronic submission you can also mail your documents to the address below. Also for those individuals with out of state driver’s license or identification you will need to submit an LTC 6 which can be downloaded here

Texas Department of Public Safety Handgun Licensing – MSC 0245

P. O. Box 4087

Austin, Texas 78773-0001

(512) 424-7293

All fingerprints must be scheduled with Identogo

In order to obtain a Texas LTC you must take a class by a certified Texas LTC Instructor either in-person or online. Once you have completed this instructor you must then complete the range qualifications for a certified Texas LTC Instructor.  

Yes, Texas passed Constitutional Carry/Permitless Carry however it is limited and has restrictions. 

You can renew you Texas LTC online here. Login as a “Returning User”. If the renewal link is not available it may not be within the prescribed window which is 6 months prior to expiration. The renewal process only includes an online submission and does not include any additional class time or range qualifications. 

Yes, Texas now allows individuals 18 years of age or older to receive their LTC. 

Once you have submitted your application online the Department will make every effort to issue your license  within 60 days. This time may vary based on the volume of applications being submitted. If you would like to check on the status of your application click this link and select “Returning User”. 

No, you do not need own a handgun to complete the class. We have handguns they can be rented on the day of class. 

You can use a semi-automatic or revolver of any caliber to complete the range qualifications for the Texas LTC. The type of handgun used for the range qualifications does not dictate the handgun that you use.