Take the Official Texas License to Carry a Handgun Class Online!
Take the Texas License to Carry, also referred to as the concealed handgun license or concealed carry permit, wherever and whenever you want and at your own pace! No more sitting in crowded classrooms with people you don’t know. This online LTC class is officially approved by Texas DPS and fulfills the classroom requirement of the standard LTC class. Signing up for the Texas online LTC class is quick and easy. Whether on your computer, smartphone, or tablet, this video based class can be watched anytime, anywhere in Texas and from the comfort of your own home on the internet. Go HERE for more information about the online LTC course. For questions and answers about the course, please visit the FAQ page.
If you have already purchased a registration code form a participating retailer, please click here. Online Texas LTC is trusted by over 50 firearms businesses to offer the online License to Carry class to their customers. See why so many people choose OnlineTexasLTC.com for yourself by clicking “More Info” below.
The Texas License to Carry replaces the Texas Concealed Handgun License, also referred to as the concealed carry permit. They are the same license with the additional of open carry added to the LTC in 2017.
The online Texas LTC class covers a wide range of topics in 4 hours. Firearm safety is one of the most important and is crucial for responsible gun ownership. Take the class to learn more!
Looking for an LTC Instructor for the Proficiency Demonstration?
Checkout the interactive LTC Instructor locator tool! Find an LTC instructor that has partnered with OnlineTexasLTC.com to offer the proficiency demonstration. This includes the range instruction and shooting qualification needed to get your License to Carry.
Don't be fooled other companies advertising concealed carry licenses or permits "valid" in Texas. These are not Texas licenses and are most often for a Virginia permit. To be a Texas License, the instructor must be a Texas LTC instructor certified by the Texas Department of Public Safety. A Texas LTC also requires the applicant to do the shooting qualification in Texas. If no shooting portion is required, it is not for a Texas License.