Looking to get your LTC?

As of September 1st, 2021, Texas law no longer requires people to have a license to carry (LTC) in order to carry a handgun in most public places. However, there are different rules in effect for where an LTC and non-LTC holder can carry. Additionally, if you regularly travel out of Texas, an LTC is still required for those states to honor any reciprocity agreement in effect. To learn more about reciprocity visit the link below.

Need to brush up on related laws in texas?

Texas Penal Code, Chapter 46 and 9, contain the laws related to the carrying of a handgun by both non-LTC and LTC holders, and the use of deadly force. Whether you just need a refresher or you want to study before your class, follow the link to learn the laws.

Traveling? Understand Reciprocity

While reciprocity may mean you can carry in a state you are soon traveling to, it does not mean the laws are the same. It is important to not only know that state's laws, but to understand the provisions of the reciprocity agreement as well. Follow the link to learn more.

Training Targets

Fundamentals Dots Target

Simple. 5 rows of 5 1 inch circles to help shooters emphasize the fundamentals.

Cadence Circles

6 3 inch circles provide multiple aiming points for shooters to practice shooting multiple rounds at increasing rates. Start slow and work your way past to and beyond your comfort zone.

A Zones

A Zone all shot up? Staple this over over your bullet holes aligning the dashed lines with your targets USPSA A Zone. Use the reduced A Zones to challenge yourself and hone in that accuracy.

Carbine Hold- Over Target

A great target for determining and practicing holdover with your rifle at CQB ranges. Use the left scale to help determine your holdover, then get reps in with the 1/2" - 2" numbered squared.