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Choose Between Two Options
- $79 for a concealed-handgun course for one (up to a $160 total value)
- $155 for a concealed-handgun course for two (up to a $320 total value)
Each concealed-handgun course (a $100 value) begins with an eight-hour classroom session that partially satisfies the state's training requirements for a concealed-handgun license, or CHL. Students complete the practical component of their CHL training with two hours on the range, where each participant gets a Glock 19 pistol rental, 50 9-millimeter rounds, and eye and ear protection (a $60 value). Students may also use their own handguns, provided they pass inspection. Concealed-handgun licenses obtained through this course are valid in Texas, as well as a number of other states via reciprocity laws. For the complete list, see here.
This deal does not include the $15 range fee, nor does it include any fees associated with applying for a CHL, such as fingerprinting or any processing fees due to the Texas Department of Safety. In addition to successfully completing CHL training, students must meet other state requirements to file for a CHL. See the class schedule here—more classes may be added based on demand.
Harris County CHL
In addition to their eponymous CHL classes, Harris County's instructors teach introductory handgun courses that focus on skills such as grip, stance, and trigger control.
Training Locations and Materials
Instructors train out of a classroom in Rosharon as well as multiple live-fire ranges in the local area. Protective gear are provided at these locations.
At a Glance
With backgrounds in law enforcement, state-certified instructors will prepare students to carry firearms in a safe, responsible manner. That's why they specialize in qualifying clients for a state concealed-handgun license, also known as a CHL/LTC. Their meticulous and patient approach has earned praise from the likes of Matt Patrick, radio personality on KPRC AM 950 and KTRH AM 740.