For this class, you will need the following items:
- Eye and ear protection
- A flashlight
- A handgun, rifle, or shotgun (your choice of one or all three)
- A weapon mounted light, a hand held, or another lighting source
- A quality strong side type holster
- 150 rounds of ammunition
- Comfortable clothing (comfortable shoes and range appropriate clothing).
Note: As of 4/4/2012, ANY holster that utilizes the index or trigger finger of the shooting hand to disengage a locking device to release the handgun is now disallowed from ANY Rochester Personal Defense, LLC class, training, event, or any function that we host or have involvement with. I am also implementing the same on Tuesday Night’s CCW Shoot.
Because we carry our firearms all the time, OR we have them for home defense, there is a good chance that we will encounter a situation where the lighting is not optimal. This may be in the evening or at night, or it may be in your home. SOME EXAMPLES: the parking garage, a stairwell, hallway, alleyway, closets, tunnels, etc.
Regardless of the situation, if the lights go out, or there is just not enough to see well, you need to learn how to operate your handgun, rifle, or shotgun in a low or reduced light setting.
In this LIVE FIRE course, we will cover the variable options for hand held, weapon mounted, and other types of lighting. Then, you will get to experience live fire utilizing various methods.
Low Light Shooting
Prerequisites: You MUST be proficient in your firearms handling. This is not a basic level course. Safety rules will be strict.
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Firearms safety in self-defense and low light situations
The varied flashlight holds for handguns, rifles, and shotguns
Firearm manipulation with a flashlight - i.e. speed reloading, tactical reloading, clearing malfunctions
Using cover and concealment with a flashlight
Movement with a flashlight
Flashlight types and modifications, lasers, night sights, and accessories
Live fire exercises to test your new skills