SPARTAC’S FAQ

Can I take the Texas LTC class online?

YES! Texas law now allows you to take the official Texas license to carry class online and it has become the most popular way to get certified. You can take the class at your own pace from the comfort of your home. Our online class is available HERE.

How do I renew my Texas License to Carry?

You renew your Texas license to carry online now at this link here. Log in as a “returning user” and renew, if the renewal link is not there, it’s to early for you to renew your Texas license to carry. You can not renew your Texas license to carry until it’s not longer than 6 months before it expires. No class or fingerprints are needed to renew. Just renew online and pay your fee and that’s it. For questions call DPS at  1-512-424-7293.

Can I take the LTC class if I am under 21?

Yes, as long as you turn 21 within two years of the class date. You may take the class but you will have to wait until you turn 21 before submitting your online application. Active duty military at least 18 years of age can take the class, apply and receive their license to carry at 18 years of age.

How long will it take to receive my Texas License to Carry?

Once you submit your online application , the department will make every effort to issue your Texas license to carry within 60 days. This may very depending on how busy they are. If there are any issues with your application. the Department will notify you by mail. If you would like to call them to check the status of you application, you may reach them at 1-512-424-7293

What type of handgun do I need for the LTC class?

You can now use a revolver or a semi automatic of ANY CALIBER in our LTC course and be able to carry either one you choose. 

How do I replace a lost license?

If you loose your license, you can get a replacement license by logging in as a returning user HERE. If you have any questions, you may call the handgun licensing division at: 1-512-424-7293.

Who is exempt from the shooting portion of the LTC class?

There are certain people who only need the online classroom portion of the Texas license to carry class to get a Texas license to carry. The people listed below are exempt from the shooting portion of the class.

Texas State correctional officers (CO’s) are automatically exempt from the shooting portion.

Active duty military or veterans that have proof of firearms familiarization training OR shooting scores dated within the past 10 years.

County jailers who have proof of firearms training as part of their employment.

Take our online class HERE.

CONTACT

Beckville, Texas 75631

[email protected]

(903) 754-4612

 

CERTIFIED

TAKE A STAND

When deciding on which training best suits your needs, it can sometimes be overwhelming where to start. Whether you are a beginner and do not own a firearm yet to a firearm enthusiast who likes to continually practice and develop new skills, feel free to reach out to us and we will set you up with the class that best fits your needs. 

Home  •  Courses  •  About  •  Contact