Online Texas License to Carry a Handgun
LTC Austin offers the official DPS approved online Texas License to Carry / Concealed Handgun License class, in person LTC Class, LTC proficiency testing, and firearms training. Take the Online LTC Class from anywhere in the comfort of your own home/office or on the go.
About LTC Austin
License to Carry Austin is committed to providing the best firearms training possible. Offering classes such as the Online Texas License to Carry Class is only a small fraction of what is available. Whether you want a concealed carry class to get your carry permit, or just learn how to shoot, LTC Austin has what you need. No more large class sizes and being with people you don’t know. You choose your class size and take it with people you know in a private class, or simply take the class online from anywhere in Texas with the online LTC class! Unlike other companies that don’t offer the proficiency test, LTC Austin offers everything you need to get your License to Carry a Handgun. Continue to the about us page or to the blog for more information about LTC Austin and what we have to offer.
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