Low Light Shooting 2

Course Description: Application of low light shooting skills. Statistics show that most gunfights occur in dim light, yet the lack of range facilities often prevents shooters from training in the environment in which a potential attack is most likely to occur. This course is intended to correct that deficiency.

Topics: dim light shooting (no flashlight) with and without night sights, flashlights and other low light sighting systems, integration of handgun and flashlight, live-fire drills.

Length: two hours

For prices and upcoming course dates, check the schedule page.

Prerequisites: Prior formal training in low light shooting or participation in an low light shooting competition.

Required Equipment: A centerfire handgun, belt holster, a minimum of 2 spare magazines or speedloaders, magazine/speedloader carriers, eye and ear protection, a baseball cap (to deflect spent brass and keep the sun out of your eyes) and a minimum of 100 rounds of ammunition. A pushbutton flashlight (Maglite, SureFire, Streamlight or similar).

Optional Equipment: See the general policies page for suggestions on food, drink, clothing, etc.

Taught by: Karl Rehn, Tom Hogel and assistants.

Facility: A-Zone Range

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