Texas License-To-Carry Shooting Test
The Texas License-To-Carry Proficiency Test is not a difficult shooting test to pass. It is a timed test designed with plenty of time to take your shots accurately.
Handgun LTC Requirements
There is no minimum caliber to legally carry as long as it is a legal pistol. We require at the minimum a .22 caliber pistol to qualify.
There is no longer a classification of concealed handgun license. If you qualify with a revolver you can carry a semi-automatic.
All handguns will be inspected by instructors for the safety of the shooter, instructors, and other students. Unsafe handguns will not be allowed for the shooting proficiency test.
Any student not following safe gun handling procedures on the range or in the classroom will be ask to leave the classroom and range. NO REFUNDS for safety violations.
Number of Rounds Fired
The shooting test requires 50 rounds of ammunition
License-To-Carry Shooting Proficiency Distances
The LTC Shooting test is fired at three distances:
- 3 yards – 20 rounds fired
- 7 yards – 20 rounds fired
- 15 yards – 10 rounds fired
The majority of students pass the proficiency test when they have completed shooting at 3 and 7 yards. However, all 50 rounds must be shot.
LTC Passing Score
The Texas LTC shooting test passing score is 175 points out of 250 points or a score of 70%. The state allows for three chances to pass the shooting test.
Remember, I have had students pass the shooting proficiency test with flying colors who fired a gun for the first time ever when they took the test.
LTC Shooting Proficiency Test Scoring
- 5 points – shots fired in the X, 10, 9, & 8 rings
- 4 points – shots fired in the 7 ring
- 3 points – shots fired outside the 7 ring but on the silhouette
- 0 points – shots fired outside the silhouette or off the target paper
- Shots that hit just outside the ring but break the line count as the higher score