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This is the Texas DPS approved online course for the Texas Online Concealed Carry LTC Class. Complete the online course instead of a classroom setting. Then schedule the range shooting portion in your area.


Get certified online for your Texas license to carry. Our Texas online license to carry class is the official online Texas LTC class certified by the Texas Department of Public Safety. We make it easy to get your Texas license to carry. Unlike others, our online class is easy and we break everything down so it’s easy for everyone to understand. We also assist you in finding a local LTC instructor in your area to complete the shooting portion after you take our onlineLTC class.


You can take our license to carry class from the comfort of your own home or anywhere else for that matter, 24/7 at your own pace and on your own schedule. No more spending all day on a Saturday sitting in a crowded classroom. Our online class is available to everyone regardless of where you live in Texas. Our online Texas LTC class is certified Statewide.


As soon as you complete our online course you will be able to instantly download your official certificate of training that’s required to apply for your Texas license to carry. You will also learn how to apply for your license in our online class.



 

Who Can Take The Online LTC Class?

Anyone from anywhere in Texas can take our official Texas Online License to Carry Class. It does not matter what city you are in! Our LTC class is certified and approved by Texas DPS Statewide. Once the class has been completed, your certificate of completion, LTC-101 will be immediately available to download. You can take our online class on your desktop, laptop, tablet or smart phone! Take our online class at your own pace and on your own schedule from the comfort of your home.


Administered through videos that are broken into 15-20 minute segments, you can take the online LTC class at your own pace from anywhere in Texas. Progress is saved at the completion of each video, allowing you to take the online LTC class as fast or slow as you want. Watch for 15 minutes and come back to continue another day, or watch all 4 hours. Its all up to you! Developed to be taken from your computer, smartphone or tablet, you have the most flexibility when choosing when and how to take the class.


Both men and women should consider carrying a concealed weapon. On Good Friday, April 4, 1980, the unthinkable happened to 22-year-old Suzanne Knuth. Knuth and her husband Calvin were heading to a friend’s house for dinner, in Galveston, when their car broke down. While Calvin was going to get help, Knuth decided to walk to her Beaumont home.

Knuth, however, did not make it home. She was abducted and taken to a remote area of Galveston County Beach. Chester (Texas Law Requires the Name Redacted) later confessed to attempting to rape and strangle Knuth, eventually burying her alive at the beach. Her body was found 18 days later, after Wicker led police to the area of the beach where he had killed her. When the officers finally found her, her hands were out of the grave site as she had tried to claw her way out. http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w1/wicker-chester-lee.htm

One of the most reliable concealed carry weapons is the Taurus 738-TCP .380 ACP. This tiny little 10 oz pocket or purse pistol can be had from many Academy Sports and Outdoors stores from $199. The reviews on this pocket gun are absolutely great. Ruger LCP and the S&W Bodyguard are also fine concealed carry handguns.

Here’s one review: http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2013/05/jeremy-s/gun-review-taurus-738-tcp/

“My local range rents basically all of the .380 micro compact pistols on the market – Kahr, Diamondback, S&W, Kel-Tec, SIG, Ruger, AMT, Magnum Research, Colt, Taurus, etc., etc. They’re popular rentals and popular sellers. Some of them have been trashed and replaced with new ones due to extreme wear and breakages. One had gone back to the factory a dozen times for repairs and had also been fixed in-house at least as many times before they just trashed it. In fact, they’re on their third example of that same gun and the same parts continue to break every thousand rounds or so (and weird parts, like the trigger return spring). I’m telling you this because they tell me the TCP is the most reliable pocket .380 in their rental case. Their renter has over 10,000 rounds through it with no breakages. None of the other contenders can claim that. The SIG P238 is, however, a close runner up (one in-house repair). The Ruger LCP, known as a stout little gun, comes in third (with a warranty trip or two). But the others don’t seem to like high round counts and rental-type abuse.”

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Texas Fast Stats: Guns and Gun Violence Facts

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Texas Firearm Deaths

  • There were 3,513 gun-related deaths in Texas in 2017.
  • More than half of all suicides in Texas in 2016 (60%) were by firearm and the firearm suicide rate in Texas increased 18% over the decade prior to 2016.
  • Seventy-eight percent (78%) of veteran suicides in Texas in 2017 were by firearm according to the Veterans Administration.
  • In 2018, 174 women in Texas were killed by a male intimate partner—59% of those murders were by firearm.
  • Women in Texas are 24% more likely to be murdered with a gun than women in other states.
  • In 2019  in Texas, at least 32 children ages 0-17 died in unintentional shootings.

Cost

  • Gun violence in Texas costs $16.6 billion per year.

Lost and Stolen Guns

  • The number of guns reported stolen in the Lone Star State nearly doubled between 2007 and 2016, from at least 13,225 to at least 26,004, according to the National Crime Information Center, an FBI database used to track stolen property.  Overall, at least 186,548 firearms were reported stolen in Texas over that 10-year period, more than any other state in the nation.  Any statistics on the number of guns reported stolen are likely undercounted.  Texas does not mandate the reporting of missing weapons to police.
  • Texas leads the nation in the number of guns that are lost or stolen each year from licensed dealers.

Gun Ownership in Texas

  • As of the end of 2018, nearly 1.4 million people have a state-regulated license to carry in Texas.
  • More than 6,800 Texas licenses to carry a handgun were denied, suspended, or revoked in Texas between September 1, 2018 and August 31, 2019.
  • As of October 2019, there were 10,471 federally regulated licensed gun dealers in Texas.
  • In 2019, it is estimated that at least 36% of Texans own guns and there are more than 29 million guns owned in Texas.
  • 725,368 guns are registered in Texas, the most of any state and 67% more registered guns than second-place Florida.

Illegal Export of Firearms

  • Forty-one percent of crime guns recovered in Mexico from 2009-2014 originated in Texas.

Despite mass shootings in Sutherland Springs and Santa Fe, TX before the 2019 legislative session, Texas actually made access to firearms easier. After the mass shootings in El Paso and Odessa in August 2019, the Governor refused to call a special legislative session to pass common-sense laws to address gun violence prevention. See the Texas Gun Sense 2019 legislative report for more information.

Agreements with other States

StateAgreementDescriptionLink
AlabamaReciprocalEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with valid license to carry a pistol (concealed handgun licenses) from Alabama to carry in Texas.  All Alabama license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying concealed in this state including age restrictions and type of weapon permitted.  This proclamation will automatically trigger a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will be allowed to carry in Alabama and must nofollow Alabama law while in that state.Agreement
AlaskaReciprocalAgreement
ArizonaReciprocalAgreement
ArkansasReciprocalAgreement
CaliforniaUnilateralEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from California to legally carry in Texas. California license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in California.Agreement
ColoradoReciprocalEffective May 17, 2007 Colorado will only recognize permits issued to residents of the issuing state. Colorado no longer recognizes permits issued to non-residents. Additionally, Colorado will only recognize permits issued to residents of the issuing state who are 21 years of age.Agreement
ConnecticutUnilateral05-04-2005. Effective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with permanent (plastic) concealed handgun licenses from Connecticut to legally carry in Texas. Connecticut permanent license holders will be required to nofollow texas law while carrying in this state. Temporary (paper) Connecticut concealed handgun licenses are not recognized under this proclamation. This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in Connecticut.Agreement
DelawareReciprocalAgreement
FloridaReciprocalTexas has signed reciprocal agreements with Florida, allowing citizens with concealed handgun licenses issued by Florida to legally carry concealed handguns in Texas, and vice versaAgreement
GeorgiaReciprocal11-22-2004. Pursuant to its duty under House Bill 3477, this office has determined that a background check of each applicant for a license issued by the State of Georgia is conducted by Georgia or its local authorities, or an agent of the State of Georgia or its local authorities, before the license is issued to determine the applicants’ eligibility to possess a firearm under federal law.Agreement
HawaiiUnilateralEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from Hawaii will be allowed to carry in Texas.  All Hawaii license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state.  This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in Hawaii.Agreement
IdahoReciprocalAgreement
IllinoisUnilateralAgreement
IndianaReciprocalAgreement
IowaUnilateralTexas Gov. Rick Perry signed a unilateral proclamation recognizing Iowa Concealed Handgun Licenses on April 14, 2005, allowing citizens with concealed handgun licenses issued by Iowa to legally carry concealed handguns in Texas. According to Iowa Law 724.11A Recognition, a valid permit or license issued by another state to any non-resident of this state, shall be considered to be a valid permit or license to carry weapons.Agreement

Iowa Law 724.11A Recognition

KansasReciprocal01-30-2007- Effective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with valid concealed handgun licenses from Kansas to carry in Texas.  All Kansas license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying concealed in this state including age restrictions and type of weapon permitted. The Kansas Attorney General’s office has determined that the Texas Concealed Handgun License Standards meet “the equal to or greater standard” for recognition. Therefore, Texas residents with valid Texas Concealed Handgun Licenses may carry concealed while traveling in Kansas and will be required to nofollow Kansas law while carrying concealed in that state.
PLEASE NOTE:  Non-Resident Texas Concealed Handgun Licensee’s WILL NOT be allowed to carry in Kansas
Agreement
KentuckyReciprocalAgreement
LouisianaReciprocalAgreement
MaineNo Agreement
MarylandUnilateralEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from Maryland to legally carry in Texas. Maryland license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in Maryland.Agreement
MassachusettsUnilateralEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from Massachusetts to legally carry in Texas. Massachusetts license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in Massachusetts.Agreement
MichiganReciprocalIn accordance with Mich. Comp. Laws § 28.432a(f), the State of Michigan may honor valid out-of-state permits held only by residents of a reciprocal state. Therefore, Texas concealed handgun licenses issued to non-resident Texans under V.T.C.A. Government Code § 411.173 are not eligible for reciprocal recognition under this Agreement.Agreement
MinnesotaNo agreement
MississippiReciprocalAgreement
MissouriReciprocalEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from Missouri to legally carry in Texas. Missouri residents will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. This has the effect of reciprocity between Texas and Missouri since Missouri law recognizes valid licenses issued from other states including Texas. NOTE:  Missouri “Permit” is actually a regular Missouri Driver’s License or NonDriver’s License issued with a “Concealed Carry Endorsement” on the face of the license. The Endorsement appears in red letters above the license photo and reads “CCW until (Expiration Date of Endorsement).”Agreement
MontanaReciprocal11-29-2004Agreement
NebraskaReciprocalEffective immediately, Texas has received notification from the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office that the Texas concealed handgun license is recognized in the state of Nebraska.  This recognition extends ONLY to Non Residents of Nebraska and to individuals 21 years of age and older.  This nofollows an amendment, effective August 30, 2009, to Nebraska law allowing for recognition of out of state licenses.  All Texas license holders will be required to nofollow Nebraska law while carrying in that state.  All Nebraska license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. Texas has recognized Nebraska licenses since February 16, 2007.Agreement
NevadaUnilateralTexas Governor Rick Perry signed a unilateral proclamation recognizing Nevada Concealed Handgun Licenses on March 24, 2005 allowing citizens with concealed handgun licenses issued by Nevada to legally carry concealed handguns in Texas. This is not a reciprocal agreement, therefore, Texas Concealed Handgun Licenses holders may NOT carry concealed handguns in Nevada.Agreement
New HampshireNo agreement
New JerseyUnilateralEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from New Jersey to legally carry in Texas. New Jersey license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in New Jersey.Agreement
New MexicoReciprocalAgreement

New Mexico

New YorkUnilateralEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses issued by the state of New York to legally carry in Texas. All New York license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state.  New York City issues a separate concealed handgun license (permit) and this permit will also be recognized under this proclamation.  This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in New York.Agreement
North CarolinaReciprocalAgreement
North DakotaReciprocalAgreement
OhioReciprocalEffective April 28, 2015, Governor Abbott has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from Ohio to legally carry in Texas. Ohio residents will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. NOTE: Texas only extends reciprocity to Ohio concealed handgun licenses issued on or after March 23, 2015. Please read the attached agreement for additional tred information.Agreement
OklahomaReciprocalAgreement
OregonNo agreement
PennsylvaniaReciprocalAgreement
Rhode IslandUnilateralEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses issued by the attorney general of Rhode Island to legally carry in Texas.  Rhode Island license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state.  Concealed handgun licenses issued by local authorities ARE NOT recognized under this proclamation.  This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in Rhode Island.Agreement
South CarolinaReciprocalAgreement
South DakotaReciprocalEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from South Dakota to legally carry in Texas. South Dakota residents will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. This has the effect of reciprocity between Texas and South Dakota since South Dakota law recognizes valid licenses issued from other states including Texas.Agreement
TennesseeReciprocalAgreement
UtahReciprocalAgreement
VermontNo agreement
VirginiaReciprocalAgreement
WashingtonUnilateralEffective immediately, Governor Perry has issued a proclamation that allows persons with concealed handgun licenses from Washington to legally carry in Texas. Washington license holders will be required to nofollow Texas law while carrying in this state. This proclamation is unilateral and is not a reciprocal agreement. Texas concealed handgun license holders will not be allowed to carry in Washington.Agreement
West VirginiaReciprocalAgreement
WisconsinNo agreement
WyomingReciprocal07-25-2002. Texas has signed a reciprocal agreement with Wyoming, allowing citizens with concealed handgun licenses issued by Wyoming to legally carry concealed handguns in Texas, and vice versa.Agreement