Because we spend half of our lives in lower light or no light conditions, it is plausible to need to defend ourselves in those conditions. It is important to Learn how to use a tactical lights as a secondary defense tool to illuminate a target, help us assess our environment, process information and find family members or a better place of advantage.
The Low-Light Defensive Pistol course is designed to educate the student about Low-Light Defensive Shooting Tactics, types of tactical lights best used, how to deploy and use them to help you be more efficient in the context of a life-threatening encounter in low-light conditions beyond two arms reach.
Topics of this course are;
Training in Context
Safety, Comfort & Competency as Concepts
Review of Defensive Shooting Fundamentals
Presentation from the Holster
Handheld and Weapon Mounted Flashlights and their uses
The use of Night Sights
Defensive Shooting Drills
REALITY BASED BONUS
This course finishes with an evaluation to give students the opportunity to test their application of the skills they learned in a dynamic low-light realistic live-fire simulation.
Pistol with at least 3 magazines
Handheld Tactical Flashlight (If you do NOT have one prior to the course and are considering purchasing one, you can call to inquire about information prior to making your purchase).
300 – 350 rounds of ammunition.
Prerequisites: Students must own fundamental and safety skills learned in courses such as ITDH, FOHD, FOCC or IDS.