This course will show the difficulties of fighting at night. We will speak on the importance of quality light, the debate of handheld vs. weapon-mounted lights, and the importance of light discipline. We will cover different ways to utilize a handheld light with a handgun and how these techniques fold into the techniques we already know about fighting with a handgun from DP1 and DP2.
Who can take this course: Anyone with a RED or BLACK WLTAC chip
You will need 250 rounds of FMJ ammo
Arrive at least 20 minutes prior to the class start time. If you are late, we reserve the right to turn you away as a no-show.
Bring a chair
Keep your firearms in your vehicle until you receive instructions from a Range Safety Officer.
Wear pants with a belt, sturdy athletic shoes or boots, and clothing that will allow you to be fairly comfortable outdoors and on the ground.
Wear a hat with a bill.
Bring plenty of water and snacks – you will be outdoors the entire class
Bring a holster. If you do not have one, we can loan you one. You MUST have a belt.
Bring a GOOD quality flashlight – Streamlight or comparable.
If the weather is inclement, we WILL train. If the weather is dangerous, we will postpone or cancel via email.