Skill Level: Intermediate
Prerequisites: Minimum age of 18 years. Participant should have a basic understanding of how to handle and shoot a handgun.
Objective: To gain proficiency with with mounted and unmounted light systems in low-light/no-light environments.
Course Description: This class will be conducted in a low-light environment of the Frontier Justice Range
area. Through basic principles of low-light tactics to participating in search drills, students will gain a general
overview of how to respond and/or shoot in low-light/no-light scenarios.
- Training your vision to low-light defensive scenarios
- How to choose and use the tactical flashlight
- Understanding the differences of lighting
- Using handheld flashlights in conjunction with firearms
- Types of grips when using free hand lights
- Shooting with mounted weapon lights
- Other types of lighting
- Center fire handgun and ammo - approximately 50 rounds
- Light of your choosing (mounted/unmounted)
Search Drills: Students will take turns searching and observing inside a room. (Note: During the search students should be able to identify guns and other items including persons).
- Constant-on flashlight
- Flashing and moving
- Painting and moving
- Door backlighting
- Strobe lights
- Offensive light use
- Laser usage
- Top-rate instruction
- Stat-of-the-art range facilities that include well-lit, climate-controlled lanes that are consistent 70° F; expanded sound-proofing measures; a cutting-edge ventilation system that keeps the air and surfaces clear of lead and other contaminants; and advanced retrieval systems
- Low student-to-teacher ratios allowing one-on-one instruction at times
- 10% discount for use the day of your class - can be used on firearms and archery purchases, including ammunition and rentals
Session Length: 2 hours