After passing the test at the end of instruction, the Texas License to Carry candidate must then pass a shooting proficiency test administered by the LTC instructor.

Candidates must score 70 percent or 175 points out of a possible perfect score of 250.  If you fail the proficiency test, a retry is permitted.

After passing the exam and proficiency test the student will receive the CHL-100 certificate, which can then be sent to the DPS to complete the requirements.

This is the Range Safety and Shooting Proficiency ONLY. You must have already taken and passed your ONLINE LTC class to register for the range proficiency.

  • Firearm and 50 rounds of brass ammo (you can rent a firearm and purchase ammo in our store if you do not have either)
  • LTC-101 form if you completed the classroom portion online or LTC 100 form if you completed the classroom portion in-class
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