The next open class will be Saturday
6 August 2016
18 Seats still available
I will have available some of the following
Yogurt, Fruit, Tacos, Muffins, Pastries, Coffee,
Classes are thought provoking, informative, and fun.
This class qualifies you to OPEN CARRY as well as CONCEALED CARRY!!!
Open carry has STARTED
Class starts at 8:00 am,
Ends by 2:00 pm
Directions to the range
Travel east on Hwy 90 3.1 miles past the main gate at
Laughlin AFB, (this is past the Escondito Estates
entrance) and turn right onto Rancho Del Rio Rd,
cross the Railroad tracks and turn left, the LHH gate
will be 0.4 miles on the right.
I have two recommendations!!
1. Join the Texas Concealed Handgun Association
check them out at www.txchia.org
2. Get carry insurance. I recommend Texas Law
Shield at www.texaslawshield.com
Call 830-734-1183 to Sign up!!
NEW PICS ADDED TO THE GALLERY !!!
Like us on Facebook and check out the new entries-- LHH Concealed Handgun Trng
A new video was posted by one of my students, check it out!!
LHH Concealed handgun Training LLC was formed in 2007 by Charles "Hoppy" Henegar, who has been providing quality handgun training leading to a Texas Concealed handgun license since 2005.
We are located here, at 1839 Rancho Del Rio Road, approximately three miles east of the LAFB gate.
The Texas Department of Public Safety's Concealed Handgun Bureau administers the Texas concealed handgun program, issues the license and trains and certifies all instructors.
The initial training course consists of 4 to 6 hours of instruction including classroom academic instruction, a 25 question written test (multiple choice), and a 50 round handgun evaluation. To date no one has failed my course.
Guns are available free for the evaluation if students do not have their own. Available guns include:
- 9mm Auto (3)
- .45 Auto
- .40 Auto
- .32 Auto
- .380 Auto (2)
- .38 Revolver
Students are required to provide their own ammunition. (50 rounds)
The basic requirements to become a concealed handgun license holder are:
- Live or currently reside in Texas
- Not be a felon or have a recent Class A or B misdemeanor conviction
- Not be drug dependent
- Be 21 years old (18 if active military)
This list is not all inclusive. A complete list of eligibility requirements can be viewed here on page four.
For additional information visit www.txdps.state.tx.us or www.texas.gov
Locally, I trust Russell True Value for all my handgun and equipment needs.
Hoppy Henegar CHL Instructor