FAQs

Once you finish our online LTC Class and if you’re located in the Corpus Christi area we would be honored to also perform your range qualifications. Inquire about a special rate when you take our online LTC Class and perform your range qualifications with us. If you are not in the Corpus Christi area you can find an instructor in your area by clicking this link.

There are certain people who only need the online classroom portion of the Texas License to Carry Class to get a Texas License to Carry. The people listed below are exempt from the shooting portion of the class.

  • Texas state correctional officers are automatically exempt from the shooting portion.
  • Active duty military or veterans that have proof of firearms familiarization training or shooting scores dates within the past 10 years.
  • County jailers who have proof of firearms training as part of their employment.

Take our online class HERE.

Yes, Texas law now allows you tot take the official Texas License to Carry Class online and it has become the most popular way to get certified. You can take the class at your own pace from the comfort of your home. Our online class is available statewide. Click here for details. 

You can get the name on your license changed by mailing in form LTC-70. Download the form here. 

You must submit your online application BEFORE sending any documents to DPS. After you have applied for your LTC you may mail your documents to DPS at the address below OR upload them online using this link.

Please choose one option, do NOT do both.

Texas Department of Public Safety Handgun Licensing - MSC 0245

P. O. Box 4087

Austin, Texas 78773-0001

Phone: (512) 424-7293

If you've lost your license you can get a replacement license by logging in as a returning user here. If you have any questions, you may call the handgun licensing division at (512) 424-7293.

 

No, Texas will issue a Texas License to Carry to anyone who has a valid driver's license or state identification issued by any one of the 50 states. You can take the class online here. 

You can change the address on your Texas LTC by logging in as a returning user on the DPS website.  If you have any questions you may call the DPS Handgun Licensing Division at (512) 424-7293.

The Texas Department of Public Safety Handgun Licensing Division is located in Austin, Texas. You can call them if you have any questions concerning their website or to check the status of your application by clicking this link  or by calling (512) 424-7293.

Your License to Carry application is submitted on the DPS website. After you submit you Texas LTC application online they will email you a copy of the checklist. Your checklist will have instructions on how to schedule your  fingerprint's appointment as well as the remaining documents that you'll need to submit to DPS. You documents can either be mailed or uploaded (preferred method) to DPS. Those with an out of state driver's license or identification will also have to submit form LTC-6

Texas Department of Public Safety

Handgun Licensing - MSC 0245

P. O. Box 4087

Austin, Texas 78773-0001

Phone (512) 424-7293

You must submit your online LTC application before scheduling your appointment to your fingerprinting. Unfortunately unscheduled walk-in service is not available. To schedule an appointment with L1 Enrollment either call (888) 467-2080 or click this link IdentoGo (this organization is the only entity that will be accepted).

To get a Texas LTC everyone must take the official Texas LTC Class from a state certified instructor. You can take the official class either in person or online by clicking this link. 

Yes, the Texas open carry law that passed allows a license holder the option to carry open or concealed. You can NOT carry a handgun open or concealed in Texas without a license. You can take the class online here. 

You can renew your Texas LTC online now at this link.

Log in as a "Returning User" and renew, if the renewal link is not there it's to early for you to renew your license. You can not renew  your license until no longer than six months before it expires. You will not need to take a renewal class or complete your fingerprint during this time. To renew simply renew your application online  and pay all applicable fees. If you have any questions please feel free to call (512) 424-7293.

Yes, as long as you turn 21 within two years of the class date. You may take the class but you will have to wait until you turn 21 before submitting your online application. Active duty military must be at least 18 years of age to take the class, apply and receive their license to carry. You can take the class online here. 

Once you submit your online application , the department will make every effort to issue your Texas LTC within 60 days. This may very depending on how busy they are. If there are any issues with your application the department will notify by mail. If you would like to check the status of your application click here or call (512) 424-7293.

No, we have firearms that are available for rent upon request for use during our LTC Class. In the event you're attending our LTC Class with a friend we can arrange the relays to make it possible for you and your friend to share the same firearm.

You can now use a revolver or a semi automatic of any caliber to qualify for the Texas LTC range qualifications. Once passed your range qualifications you will be allowed to carry any caliber of firearm you choose. You can also use a friend's firearm or rent a firearm from us for our gun class.

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