Low Light Shooting
Why train in Low Light, How to be prepared; learn dry drills
- 249 US dollars$249
- 27 Main Street
LOW LIGHT SHOOTING Cost: $249.00 Time: 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. Date: Class Limit: 12 FBI’s Uniform Crime Report documents that most deadly force encounters will happen in low light or dark conditions. Criminals rarely attack in broad daylight; preferring instead to use the cover of darkness or low-light conditions to give them a tactical advantage. As such, a person's ability to safely and effectively use a defensive firearm may depend entirely on if they possess a flashlight, and if they possess the knowledge and skills to use that flashlight properly. This single-day, six-hour program provides a comprehensive training curriculum centered upon the concepts, tactics, techniques, and considerations designed to increase the student's confidence and effectiveness while using a defensive firearm in low- or no-light conditions. Students are taken through a ‘basics of safety’ then move into formal training on the anatomy and physiology of the human eye in low- to no-light conditions, light equipment selection, and the technical/tactical use of lighting equipment for effective navigation, target location, identification, and evaluation, weapon sighting, and target engagement. This direct, hands-on training program aids in the development of the student’s skill-set for proper dry-fire and on-range live-fire training utilizing MSR (Motor Skill Reinforcement) exercises. The course incorporates the use of live-fire drills to reinforce and validate the tactics and techniques taught during the training. In addition, every course taught by us incorporates “dry drills” to maintain skills without live fire exercises.
NO REFUNDS! Reschedule with 1 week Notice
27 Main Street, Monroe, US-CT 06468, USA