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Texas License to Carry / Pistol Training / Active Shooter Training
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We provide Texas LTC Classes (License to Carry classes, also known as Concealed Carry and LTC), firearms training and safety courses,
introductory pistol classes, and private instruction on pistol and shotgun for residents of the Collin County area,
including McKinney, Plano, Frisco, Prosper, Allen, Princeton, Celina, Melissa, Anna, Trenton, Blue Ridge, Leonard, Farmersville, Nevada, Wylie, Lucas,
Bonham, Greenville, Van Alstyne, and nearby communities. LTC classes are provided online, with qualifications and related pistol
classes held at our private outdoor range a few miles SE of Princeton.
For LTC classes (if experienced), go to Training Schedule, choose License to Carry
For LTC Range Training only, go to Schedule, choose License to Carry (ignore online training)
For Basic Pistol, go to Schedule, choose "Learn to Shoot". Also available privately.
For LTC classes (beginners), start with "Learn to Shoot"
For Building Defensive Skills, go here
Classes often fill up.
A "Best in McKinney" Award Winner since 2015!
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With little or no experience with firearms, I took the Learn to Shoot class. Since I didn't own a firearm I paid the extra money to use his firearm & ammunition. It was a great choice since I got to shoot with multiple firearms, which helped me decide which firearm to purchase or which firearm will suit my lifestyle. This class was totally worth it. I then took the CHL/LTC class which was not boring as I initially thought, but I found it very informative. Sandy has a lot of experience with firearms and those experiences made this class very interesting. He was very patient to answer all questions I had, especially the dumb questions. I was able to pass both the tests, the shooting & the written tests. I had called him before signing up for any of the classes and he was very helpful and he advised me on process of applying for the LTC. I received my LTC within a few weeks. I will highly recommend Sandy and Mckinney Firearms Training.
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|We offer Texas LTC classes,
private training on pistol and shotgun, pistol classes,
and active shooter training
for individuals from the localities of Dallas, Plano, Carrollton, Richardson, Allen, Frisco, Anna, McKinney, Melissa, Trenton, Blue Ridge, Leonard, Bonham, Nevada, Wylie, and nearby communities,
as well as providing specialized firearms training for the Palmer and Melissa school systems.
Texas LTC classes (AKA LTC in Texas, or License To Carry) follow the Texas state-mandated requirements, and are taught as directed
by The Texas Dept of Public Safety. Classroom instruction requires approximately 4 hours, plus a
short test, plus the shooting proficiency test. This is a no-fail course. and is offered online at a discount to our students.
Texas CHL/LTC Classes
We offer the
License to Carry Class online at a discounted price.
The online module takes about 4 hours to complete, and consists of several sections, covering
- Laws that relate to carrying a handgun
- Laws that relate to use of force and deadly force
- Handgun use and safety
- Non-violent dispute resolution
- Proper storage practices for handguns
Private classes are available, for those whose handgun skills are weak.
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Please note that the Texas LTC class is not about learning to shoot. You should already have at
least minimal proficiency with a handgun before signing up.
If in doubt, go to a range and see if you can hit a paper plate at 3 yards 3 out of 4 times. If you can, you should be fine.
Many people who are interested in getting a gun license have not yet learned to shoot, so for them, we also offer this:
Learn to Shoot. Done entirely at a private range SE of Princeton, we spend about an hour on the firing line
learning safety and fundamentals, and an hour in supervised shooting.
These students generally do quite well on the LTC Proficiency.
Note that getting a gun license in Texas is not required, but highly recommended. Ask me why.
- Firearm safety
- Handgun features and nomenclature
- Revolver vs. semi-automatic
- Action types
- Ammunition types
- Safe pistol loading and clearing
- Establishing the shooting platform
- Laser pistol training
- Dry-fire and live-fire practice
For those who already know how to load, fire, and clear their gun, this private live-fire pistol instruction
is intended to fine-tune your skills. Training may include more advanced defensive skills, like one-handed shooting,
rapid-fire, and flash picture sighting.
Click one of these links for more details on the classes:
Texas LTC class,
Learn to Shoot,
Murder rate drops.
We follow NRA and DPS protocols, and we take handgun safety seriously. Please see the LTC and Pistol Class Schedule
Yes, we will do those, on request, $25.00
Please contact us now with questions.
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|I have never shot a gun, or at least not in many years.
||Learn to Shoot
|I do not shoot, but would like to buy a gun. I don't know what to get.
||Choosing a Pistol
|Learn to Shoot
|I know how to shoot some, but would like some additional training.
|I travel a lot, and would like my wife to learn how to use a home defense shotgun.
|I already have my LTC, but would like to volunteer at my church.
|I am interested in getting an LTC, but don't know how to shoot.
||Start with "Learn to Shoot"
|I am interested in getting an LTC, but it is too hard for me to schedule a class time.
||Texas LTC Online
|I am interested in getting an LTC, and have a gun, but have questions.
||Texas License to Carry Class
|I got into trouble, and need a court-ordered Safety Class.
||Online Safety Class
|I'm not ready now, or too busy. Are there classes later?
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