This course is designed to introduce the dynamics of fighting with a gun in a low to no light situation. Most predators seem to use darkness to attack their prey. They view darkness as a cover, asset, and weapon against those who they would turn into a victim. This is why most of violent encounters happen in the dark. It is our goal to give you the skills to face whatever situation or threat that may present itself. The defense minded individual should know that the odds that they might have to defend themselves or their loved ones in a low or no light situation are extremely high.
To overcome threats of a home invasion, robberies, or assaults at night you need to have the right mindset and skills. The class outlines the proper use of flashlights, implantation of a handgun with a flashlight, or a weapon mounted light, realities of a fight, target recognition, mechanical manipulation of your firearm and gear in a low light or no light situation. We will also discuss the physiology of how a violent encounter will affect your vision and hearing so you are aware of these affects and rely on your training to overcome them.
Understanding the effects of stress on your vision and hearing.
Physiology of the human eye
Equipment selection for low light shooting; benefits and drawbacks of each
Techniques for employing firearms with mounted lights/lasers and handheld flashlights
Holster Presentation – Target Discrimination, Acquisition and Engagement
Immediate and Remedial Action – Identifying and Eliminating Malfunctions
Reload Techniques – Speed and Tactical
Reaction – assessing your situation and acting in a controlled, effective and deliberate manner.
Required Gear: Pistol, Holster, Magazines with total capacity of 45 rds., Magazine Holders, Eye protection, ear protection, Handheld tactical flashlight, with fresh batteries.*
Ammunition Requirements: 500 rounds
Handguns and eye/ear protection are available for rent at SEG. Ammunition is available for purchase.
Skill Prerequisites: Basic handgun skills are required for this class.
Participants: 10 Students ages 15 and Up (Under 21 must be accompanied by parent or guardian)
Dates: September 24 & 26 (This is a two-day course)
**U.S. FEDERAL LAW REQUIRES YOU TO BE A U.S. CITIZEN OR PERMANENT RESIDENT TO TAKE THIS CLASS. YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW A FORM OF CITIZENSHIP ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS. Valid forms of Citizenship Identification: Voter Registration Card, Passport, Birth Certificate, or Certificate of Naturalization.