Concealed Handgun Classes
Concealed Handgun Class Details
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NEW SHORTER CLASS HOURS EFFECTIVE SEPT. 1 ONLY 4-5 HOURS + RANGE (SEE CLASS SCHEDULE)
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Classes Certifying East Texans from Athens, Tyler, Palestine, Corsicana, Jacksonville, Canton, Dallas/Ft. Serving East Texas Communities. See Class Schedule for Location, Dates & Times
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For CENTRAL TEXAS communities like Waco, Temple, Killeen, Hillsboro, Corsicana, and the surrounding Communities, see our Central Texas Branch in Waco
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1 DAY CLASS FOR FIRST TIME CHL
** ½ DAY CLASS FOR RENEWALS **
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RANGE (BRING HANDGUN+50 ROUNDS OF AMMO) Available if Needed
STATE MANDATED 10 HOUR COURSE
CLASSES LIMITED TO 1st 30 PER CLASS
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TEXAS DPS LINKS
Check out the links below!!! If you have your Texas CHL, the Texas Concealed Handgun Association will keep you up to date with the latest changes in laws, and updates to your CHL. The Texas Law Shield can protect you should you ever have to use your gun to save your life or the life of another, and now protects you in a Civil Lawsuit. They also protect folks without a CHL in the home or in a vehicle! Get their free monthly email on current laws, changes and newest updates in Texas laws! SPECIAL OFFER-USE PROMO CODE : etbigiron
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DPS FINGERPRINTING NOTICE EFFECTIVE MARCH 1, 2011
L-1 Electronic Fingerprinting ONLY
1) Complete your class, submit your paperwork to DPS then you'll get notice from DPS to schedule your fingerprints with your local L-1 Office
2) Do an online application and DPS will generate a form for you to schedule your fingerprinting with your local L-1 Office
Before a CHL applicant can schedule an appointment with L1, TXDPS must be in receipt of the paper CHL application or an online application must have been submitted . Applicants who choose to submit a paper application must wait to schedule their L1 appointment after the application has been processed through the mail and they have received confirmation the application has been entered into the CHL database. To reduce processing time, TXDPS encourages all applicants to utilize the secure online application.
CHL applicants may schedule an appointment with the state approved electronic fingerprint collection agency, L1 Identity Solutions (L1). Electronic fingerprints provide a higher quality print; resulting in fewer fingerprint rejections. Fingerprint locations are available across the state of Texas with various hours including some services on Saturdays. Applicants have the option to select the location, date and time.
Schedule fingerprint appointment* – go to www.L1id.com to schedule an appointment at a convenient time and location. Alternatively, applicants may call L1 directly to make an appointment at 1-888-467-2080.
Payment – The fingerprint processing fee is $9.95 and is payable to L1. Electronic fingerprint services may be paid for online with a credit card. If paying at the L1 site, payment must be made by check or money order.
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