Low Light Handgun
Time & Location
Homestead Training Center
Learn how to fight at night! Did you know that 80 percent of violent encounters happen in low light?
For available times, please check Google Calendar at the bottom of the page.
Homestead Training Center, 11700 SW 304th St, Homestead, FL 33033, USA
Course Costs: $375
About The Course
This four-hour course is designed for civilians, law enforcement and security contractors who have a significant amount of tactical training and regularly practice. This is not a beginner’s course. THIS CLASS IS A MUST FOR ANYONE WHO CARRIES A HANDGUN FOR SELF DEFENSE! It’s critical to understand that 80 percent of all information that the brain receives is acquired through sight. The inability to see, greatly reduces our capacity to make timely, sound, and accurate decisions. Most handgun training occurs during daylight, however, it is well documented that most shootings occur under low-light conditions. So why not train for the most probable and realistic real-world scenario? Want to see what it looks like?
Take your tactical self-defense training to the next level and learn to protect yourself in low-light situations. Our professional shooting instructors will demonstrate the importance of being able to tactically defend yourself in low-light situations, as well as teach you to properly defend yourself.
- Firearm safety rules
- Rods and cones – the human eye and how it works in low light
- Night vision
- Back-lighting and front-lighting
- Handheld flashlight shooting techniques
- Shooting from concealed carry positions
- Point Shooting
- Target Identification
- Multiple and moving target engagements
- Cover and concealment
- Weapon manipulation skills (reloading, malfunctions clearance under low light conditions)
- Shooting on the move
- A functional and practical handgun
- A functional flashlight / weapon light or both
- Three working magazines
- 300 rounds of ammunition
- Ear and eye protection
- Proper holster and belt (weapon mounted lights require a specialized holster)
- Flashlight scabbard or holster or holder
- Night sights
- Extra batteries
- Clothing suited for strenuous activity as well as being seasonally appropriate
- Rain gear
- Pistol cleaning kit
- Lunch, snacks, and water
- An open mind
*Instructors are former Special Forces team Sergeant, Current DHS firearms instructor, and other LEO Certified Instructors.