LTC Shooting Test


The LTC Shooting Test meets the classroom and proficiency demonstration requirements for those who have taken Texas DPS approved LTC Online training.


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Times slots are either 8am-10am, 11am-1pm, & 12pm-2pm. Please check your class time.


For those who need have already completed the classroom portion of the LTC and need to complete the shooting proficiency portion.


If you have purchased the online LTC through us, you have already paid for this. Please check your email for instructions on how to register.

This is not a firearm training class. This class only covers the Texas laws surrounding carrying a firearm and use of force. The shooting portion of this class is strictly a test. If you are new to firearms we highly recommend taking our New Pistol Shooter class first


The LTC Shooting Test meets the classroom and proficiency demonstration requirements for those who have taken Texas DPS approved LTC Online training. Texas DPS requires two hours of training in ADDITION to your online coursework. One hour of classroom instruction and one hour for the proficiency demonstrations. Classroom subjects covered include firearm safety, firearm operation and basic marksmanship. Upon successful completion applicants will fulfilled the state’s requirements.


Hours: 2





Required Gear



• A physical copy of your LTC 101 form, signed by your online provider. (We will not sign any forms without a signature)

• State issued driver license

• Firearm; semi-automatic handgun or revolver

• two magazines

• 50 rounds of factory ammunition (do not load your magazines, ammunition must still be in the factory box)

• Eye and ear protection

• Range appropriate clothing; long pants, comfortable shirt, athletic shoes and a ball cap

• Pen



Attendance Policy: Once registered, if unable to attend class you may request a refund or transfer to another class. Please email at least 72 hours prior to the start of class.



Texas License-To-Carry Shooting Test

The Texas Concealed Handgun License Proficiency Test is a simple timed shooting test designed with plenty of time to take your shots accurately.


Handgun LTC Requirements

• There is no minimum caliber to legally carry as long as it is a legal pistol, however the range requires at the minimum a .22 caliber pistol to       qualify.

• If you qualify with a revolver you can carry a semi-automatic.

• All handguns will be inspected by instructors for the safety of the shooter, instructors, and other students. Unsafe handguns will not be             allowed for the shooting proficiency test.

• Every student must follow safe gun handling procedures on the range, and in the classroom. Unsafe students will be depending on the               severity of the violation, will be warned, or asked to leave the classroom and range. Safety Violators will NOT receive a refund!


Number of Rounds Fired

The shooting test requires 50 rounds of ammunition


License-To-Carry Shooting Proficiency Distances

The shooting test for the LTC is fired at 3 distances:

• 3 yards – 20 rounds fired

• 7 yards – 20 rounds fired

• 15 yards – 10 rounds fired

The majority of students pass the proficiency test when they have completed shooting at 3 and 7 yards. However, all 50 rounds must be shot.


LTC Passing Score

The LTC shooting test passing score is 175 points out of 250 points or a score of 70%. The state allows for three chances to pass the shooting test.

It is simple test that many beginner shooters have qualified with ease as long as they follow range safety officer instructions and apply proper weapons handling.


LTC Shooting Proficiency Test Scoring


• 5 points – shots fired in the X, 10, 9, & 8 rings

• 4 points – shots fired in the 7 ring

• 3 points – shots fired outside the 7 ring but on the silhouette

• 0 points – shots fired outside the silhouette or off the target paper, and or shots incorrectly fired out of order, or not fired at all.

• Shots that hit just outside the ring but break the line count as the higher score

Additional information


Oct 20 (12-2pm), Oct 21 (12-2pm), Oct 23 (11-1pm), Oct 25 (8-10am), Oct 25 (11-1pm), Oct 27 (12-2pm), Oct 28 (12-2pm), Oct 30 (8-10am), Oct 30 (11-1pm)