TEXAS LTC CLASS
Crossfire Training classes are always fun, interactive, and informative!
We use a combination of lecture, video, demonstrations, and interactive discussion to keep you interested and engaged. You will learn everything you need to know to complete your application and to get your license. We also include the things you should know to be a responsible gun owner. We separate the fact from the fiction, the urban legend from the truth, and the opinions from the laws.
$70 CLASS INCLUDES:
- 4-6 hour TX DPS approved class
- RANGE FEES
- CHL-16 Handgun Law booklet
- Printed lesson plan
- And NO Outside Vendors Sales Pitch!
OPTIONAL ADDITIONS INCLUDE:
- Utah Concealed Firearm Permit - $25
- Handgun Rental (including ammo) - $20
Ready to get started? Click HERE for class dates.
To be eligible for a Texas License to Carry, you:
- Must be a legal resident of Texas, or apply for a non-resident license
- Must be at least 21, unless active duty or honorably discharged from the military, then at least 18
- Must not ever have been convicted of a FELONY
- Must not be currently charged with a Class A or Class B MISDEMEANOR or FELONY
- Must not be chemically dependent, including alcohol
- Must be capable of exercising sound judgment
- Must not have been convicted of a Class A or Class B misdemeanor, or a disorderly conduct, in the past 5 years
- Must be fully qualified under federal and state laws to purchase a handgun
- Must not be delinquent in any payments to the state of Texas, including child support and property taxes
- Must not be restricted by a protective or restraining order involving a person
- Must not have been convicted of a felony grade juvenile delinquent conduct in the previous 10 years
- If you have questions about your eligibility status, contact the DPS helpline at 1-800-224-5744 or email: email@example.com
*DPS will NOT refund your application fee if you are not eligible for the license. Make sure you understand the eligibility criteria before you apply.
To be eligible for a Non-Resident Utah Concealed Firearm Permit, you:
- Must already have a current CHL from your state of residence
- Must be at least 21
- Must be fully qualified under federal and state laws to purchase and possess a firearm
- Must not have been convicted of a felony
- Must not have been convicted of a crime of domestic violence
- Must not have been adjudicated by any state or federal court as mentally incompetent
- Must not currently be subject to a Protective Order
- Must not have been convicted of a Class A misdemeanor in the past 5 years
- Must not have been convicted of a Class B or Class C misdemeanor in the past 3 years (does not include Class C misdemeanor traffic violations)
- Must not have been convicted of a DUI OFFENSE in the past 6 years
- If you have questions about your eligibility status, you can contact a Utah BCI investigator at 1-801-957-8620 before sending in your application
PLEASE NOTE: Effective January 1, 2012, Texas residents cannot receive or renew a Utah non-resident permit without a current TX LTC