When it comes to light... One is None, Two is One, Three is better.
This course focuses on complete and ambient darkness environment manipulation. Students will learn past the 'traditional' low light and no light engagements; you will have an in-depth look into weaponry, both pistol and rifle, and equipment manipulations, human anatomy, principles of light employment and movement using both weapon mounted and hand-held lights in the science of mesopic and scotopic environments. You'll learn about ID, searching, navigation, control and communication.
Low light myths will be researched, demonstrated, and discussed throughout the class to insure that each student has a clear understanding of the principles of light use. Bring any and all lights you have, as we will be going through the features of different lights, and how they can make or break a low/no light situation.
Range portion will again explore theory vs reality with data of actual low/no light incidents, with plenty of skill drill training with 3-D targets to understand the difference.
We will also look at the way people perceive low light situations and handle an engagement during low light conditions. This course is not a primary shooting course, although we will be testing the points learned while shooting on the range. This is a learning and problem-solving course.
If you would like to shoot, bring - 300 Rounds Pistol and 300 Rifle