This course will teach and introduce students to the following:
– why lowlight training is important, its applications/implications, and how the human body operates in low light environments.
– equipment considerations in regards to pistol sights, weapon lights, and handheld lights.
– proper handheld and weapon mounted light use and technique.
– techniques for searching and identifying threats.
The instructor requires a copy of your driver's license once you register.
U.S Citizen or ITAR Approved Person
Bring appropriate I.D.
Personal Protection Equipment
Eye & Ear Protection, Knee & Elbow Pads, Body Armor & Helmet, No open Shoes, etc…
Be Weather Prepared
Bring Food, Water, & Sunscreen
Notepad, Pencil, Pen, etc…
Be Positive & Open Minded
This is a learning environment that requires correcting
Why lowlight training is important
How the human body operates in low light environments.
Expectations and Outcomes
Students will leave with a better understanding of how to utilize handheld lighting systems and Weapon Mounted Lights while engaging threats as well as how dimished lighting has an affect on the shooter.
There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.