Low Light Strategies for LE Pistol/Rifle (1-2 Day Class)
Class is designed to improve operator's skill with a pistol and/or rifle in low light conditions.
8 or 16 Hours
$200 tuition fee (1-Day Course)
$390 tuition fee (2-Day Course)
Police Officers spend at least half of their careers working in reduced light conditions, even more if one factors in building searches and other interior work.
While most officers have some exposure to the use of handheld lights, it is often minimal and not well practiced.
While weapon mounted lights are prevalent now, police are not always or immediately justified in pointing a weapon at a person they encounter. Handheld light techniques are a “must have” skill.
Course includes practice in a variety of hand-held and weapon mounted light techniques, the use of light in the UoF Continuum, lighting techniques for safer searching, lights as temporary distractions (as well as “bullet magnets”), and dim light navigation options.
Various equipment choices are reviewed, and we go over the pros and cons of each, and methods of light actuation.
Also practiced are weapon manipulations while using a handheld light (reloads, malfunctions, etc).
NOTE: Hosting this class requires a range that is available for nighttime use, or an indoor range where lighting can be controlled.
- Issued or off-duty pistol (and/or rifle)
- Holster that accommodates a mounted weapon light (if needed)
- Quality handheld light or lights
- At least two magazines per platform
- Ball cap
- Eye/ear protection
- 400 rounds per weapon
Certified in Low Light Strategies by Sure Fire Institute, Streamlight Academy, and Strategos since 2001.