Handgun Training Classes
LTC Classroom & Range Instruction
The License to Carry (LTC) class, formerly known as Concealed Handgun License (CHL), requires participants to be able to operate and shoot handgun in a safe and proficient manner. The LTC Class does NOT cover the basic knowledge of operating and firing a handgun. If you do not feel confident in your ability to properly load and shoot your handgun, consider attending the Basic Handgun course or contact us to arrange for private sessions before attending the LTC class.
The LTC curriculum will cover everything you need to know about the laws and regulations of carrying a concealed or openly carried handgun. The course will cover not just state laws, but also Federal laws regarding LTC. The instructor will cover other pertinent information and will have a question & answer session at the end.
Call 512.492-2071 to sign up for the next class! Classes are held the 2nd Saturday of each month at the Kay Theater in Rockdale, TX.
The final portion of the class will also take place at the American Legion Post #2534 range at the . (Map) There you will demonstrate the safe handling and operation of your chosen handgun, while completing the required shooting qualification. The course of fire outlined by the Texas Department of Public Safety.
The class fee includes classroom instruction and range fees. Please bring your lunch. Drinks are available.
NOTE: You must provide your own handgun, ear protection, eye protection and ammunition.
Find more information on Handgun Licensing from the TxDPS website.
Range Certification for online classroom participants
If you have completed an online License to Carry (LTC) class, register for range certification with Majik Firearms and bring the Online Course Certificate (LTC 101) to the range.
You may also complete the shooting portion of the certification and complete the online course prior to submitting your application to TxDPS.
Once both parts of the certification are complete, you can submit your application to Texas DPS online by following these instructions.
NOTICE: TDCJ correctional officers and some active duty military or veterans who have proof of firearms training from the military may not be required to complete the shooting portion of LTC qualification. Only the classroom portion need be completed, either online or in a person. Follow these instructions to determine eligibility.
Tony Ellis is a US Navy Submarine Veteran and Texas A&M graduate. He also served with Dept. of Defense Police, volunteered with the San Diego SWAT K9 program, & currently teaches LTC and Basic Pistol Courses for residents in Milam and surrounding counties.