Low-light Shooting Class

Repeats every day 1 times .
Saturday, December 8, 2018 - 2:00pm

This course will teach the principles and practices of adapting to low-light self-defense conditions.  You will learn how to read the light, how to use light and darkness to your benefit, how to identify and assess threats, how to use active and passive illumination & sighting devices and how to move through low-light conditions while employing your self-defense handgun, shotgun or carbine/rifle. 

Course Objectives: Instill the broad fundamentals of low-light close-quarters defensive battle to safely employ the defensive handgun, shotgun or carbine/rifle. 

Course Requirements: Valid current concealed weapon license and successful completion of Level II Tactical Handgun Course (must have Shotgun or Carbine/Rifle for employment of those options), handgun (automatic pistol or double-action revolver)(If employing shotgun or carbine/rifle option, must be equipped with appropriate firearm and supporting equipment and ammunition), 4 magazines for automatics or 3 speed loaders for revolvers, rigid holster (no cross-draw or inside the pants holsters or cross-draw tactical vests), magazine or speed loader pouch as appropriate, 400 rounds of handgun ammunition, eye and hearing protection, suitable range clothing, and other miscellaneous items detailed in the registration form.

The fee for club members is $125 and for non-member guests $135.

For more information, contact John Froscher



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