Courses Descriptions

 

Basic Handgun Class – $75 per student

The Basic Handgun Class is designed to teach the basic care, cleaning, maintenance and use of handguns. This class is NOT for License to Carry (LTC) licensing.

This course can be taken by anyone 18 years of age or older. It is also a good class for anyone wanting to learn new skills and knowledge or to refresh prior training. The classroom training will be conducted over a four hour period. In addition to the classroom training, the hands-on training will take place at a local gun range. For safety concerns, the instructor will not use reloaded ammunition.

The gun range fee is included in the cost for the instruction. 

CCTEX will provide the guns for training. The cost for this course includes ten rounds of ammunition per firearm.

For upcoming classes click HERE or call 512-775-8804 to find out more about the classes or schedule a training date.

 

Texas License to Carry Class – $100 per student

The Texas Licensing Class to Carry (LTC) is required by the State of Texas so that an individual, who is at least 21 years old (or 18 years old if active military), can apply and obtain, if approved, a License to Carry (LTC) in order to carry a handgun within the state.

The training is conducted in one day, with the classroom portion of the training conducted generally in the morning and then a trip to a local gun range in order to meet the state handgun proficiency qualifications.

The training can take place either at my location or your location if you have four or more individuals. Note: You will need to call me, (512) 775-8804, if you would like to setup the training at a place of your choice.

Prior to the training, participants should apply online through the Texas Department of Public Safety’s Handgun Licensing webpage at: https://www.txdps.state.tx.us/rsd/ltc/index.htm.

The state requires 4 to 6 license to carry handgun classroom training hours. The handgun proficiency portion is in addition to the classroom hours. Prior to the training, applicants shall be familiar and proficient with their handgun, because time does not allow for practice with or siting in the gun. The handgun can be a semi-automatic or revolver of .22 caliber or higher. 50 rounds of ammunition is required. NOTE: For state qualification, reloaded ammunition cannot be used.

The gun range fee is included in the cost for the instruction. 

CCTEX does not provide the gun for training; this is the responsibility of the student(s).

For upcoming classes click HERE or call 512-775-8804 to find out more about the classes or schedule a training date.

 
LTC 101 Range Qualification Only Class – $75 per student

This class meets the range qualification portion of the License to Carry training. Applicants shall be familiar and proficient with their handgun, because time does not allow for practice with or siting in the gun. The handgun can be a semi-automatic or revolver of .22 caliber or higher. 50 rounds of ammunition is required. NOTE: For state qualification, reloaded ammunition cannot be used.

The gun range fee is included in the cost for the instruction. 

CCTEX does not provide the gun for training; this is the responsibility of the student(s).

For upcoming classes click HERE or call 512-775-8804 to find out more about the classes or schedule a training date.

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