Texas Concealed Handgun Association
The Texas Concealed Handgun Association is a professional association of License to Carry (LTC) licensees and instructors, law enforcement personnel, and concerned citizens. TCHA is a Texas 501(c)(4) not-for-profit association.
Please join the Texas Concealed Handgun Association (TCHA) and Texas Straight Shooter Inc. as we host a Steel & More Fun Shoot on July 22, 2017 in the Bastrop-Smithville, Texas area. This event is geared for the everyday shooter. Check-in will be from 8:00 to 9:15 am, with the first shooter starting at 9:45 am. The event will be timed and scoring will be simple. There will be a specific number of rounds allowed per participant and the scoring will be based on the number of hits within the allotted time. Participants will shoot two rounds for a combined total of hits in order to determine the winner. We will have a Shoot-Off Round for tie scores. A trophy will be awarded to the top shot. For more information and to register, click here.
About Texas LTC
DPS administers the License to Carry (LTC) Program under the authority of the Texas Government Code Chapter 411, Subchapter H. DPS licenses individuals to carry handguns within Texas, evaluates the eligibility of applicants through criminal history background checks and monitors those currently licensed to ensure their continued eligibility. DPS also trains and certifies instructors who teach the required course to applicants.
Full membership in the Texas Concealed Handgun Association is open to anyone who is not prohibited from purchasing a handgun in the U.S.
Annual, three-year, and life memberships (full and senior) are available. For more information on membership go to TXCHA Membership.
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