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Range News and Events

 

Hours of Operation

Monday  10:00-3:00 

Tuesday-Saturday

10:00-8:00

Sunday

1:00-5:00

 

New Training Class

Take Aim Level 2 Pistol

Instructor: Steven Zuniga

TBA

 

Take Aim is now offering an intermediate pistol course that will provide interested students a chance to become more proficient with gun handling and marksmanship. This course will cover topics that include:

  • Drawing from the holster

  • Handgun manipulation (speed reloads/tactical reloads)

  • Handgun malfunctions

  • Accuracy drills (drawing from the holster)

The expectation for this course requires the student to have a good working knowledge of firearms handling and marksmanship before attending this class. Students should come to the class prepared and ready to move to the next level of shooting.

These are things the shooters will need to have to attend this course:

  • Serviceable handgun with 100 rounds of ammunition

  • Serviceable holster (no drawing from concealed will be done in this course)

  • Spare handgun magazine and magazine pouch (two pistol mags total)

  • If shooting revolver speed loaders and pouch are recommended but not required

Note: It is recommended that you call the Range (418-6061) and provide upon registration for the class the type of handgun and caliber being used. This will provide the instructor with insight for instructional purposes and the use of snap caps needed to conduct the class (if used).

Cost: $175.00

Limit 7 Students max so call and reserve your spot

 

 

How to Apply for a Texas LTC

 

Before or after you take your class here or elsewhere, go to  https://txapps.texas.gov/txapp/txdps/ltc/    and click apply. 

There is a $40 fee you will pay the State. The State will then email you a confirmation. In this email will be a code which you will use for your fingerprints. You will then set up an appointment at Identogo.com. The prints will be sent electronically to DPS.

Then after you take the LTC Class, you will be given an LTC100 class completion Doc. Follow these steps....

 

FIRST: SCAN YOUR LTC 100 AND SAVE IT TO YOUR COMPUTER IN A PDF FORMAT.

 

(If you do not have a scanner, take a photograph of it with your phone and email it to a UPS store. Have it converted to a PDF and have them email it back to you. Save it and upload that file to DPS. There will be a small fee for this.)

 

  1. Go to DPS home page:  https://www.dps.texas.gov/rsd/contact/ltcatt.aspx

    1. Click on: Handgun licensing (tab)

    2. Click on: Submit LTC Supporting Documents (tab)Follow the prompts

    3. Enter your information: name, license #, address, etc , Choose submit LTC100. Click on “Browse” option. Find your LTC100 and double click on it. This will copy it to your application. At the bottom you must click on the “attach” option. Ensure it has been attached before you submit your application.

    4. Once you're sure your form is attached, click on submit.

On the next business day , you will receive an email from DPS advising that they have received your document and started processing it.

 

If at any time you want to check the Status of the process, Log on to your account. This is one of the ways the state will communicate with you...If something needs to be done from you, It will be listed. 

 

     LTC Class Sign up on our Classes Page

 

            Classes are Non Refundable and no Rescheduling.  No Exceptions

          Please make sure you can attend before purchasing!!!

 

 What You Need: A Driver's License, your firearm, 50 rounds  of ammunition (No steel allowed). Hearing and Eye Protection Provided.

 (Firearm rentals available if needed) 

 

  Class Time: Class runs from 12:00pm - 6:00pm. Check in at 11:45.

You must also apply for LTC with the state. Do this ASAP before you take the class. Instruction's above on this page with links. Cost will be $40 for each person applying.

 

Fingerprint's are done at Identogo. Go to Identogo.com and Schedule your appointment.

7120 W I-40 Suite 102

 

Shooting Proficiency: The LTC class is not meant to teach you how to shoot, you need to be proficient before you attend the class. First time shooters are not recommended to take this course yet. 

 

The shooting test will be conducted at 3, 7, and 15 yards. 20 rounds will be shot at 3 and 7 yards. The final 10 rounds will be at 15 yards.  

 

You can sign up for classes at www.takeaimshooting.com under the Classes tab then view times. Choose the date and add to cart. Cost is $75