Low Light Pistol Clinic (4.5 HRS)
Prerequisite: Previous pistol course (min 2 day) or USPSA “C” Classification/IDPA Marksman or higher
This course is designed to teach the student proper use of the flashlight and other methods in conjunction with the handgun in low light situations. The goal is to develop confidence and skills with the handgun in low light techniques, target identification and light scanning/searching techniques.
11250 Waples Mill Rd
Fairfax, VA 22030
All first-time users of the NRA range will be asked to complete a written range safety test prior to shooting. There is a one-time $10 processing fee for the range test. Show up at least 30 minutes early if you need to take the safety test. For additional information please visit: http://nrahqrange.Nra.Org/
Flashlight techniques for shooting
Identifying targets in low light and darkness
Principles of low-light tactics
How to choose and use the tactical flashlight
Searching/scanning techniques in reduced light
Using hand-held flashlights and mounted lights with firearms
Serviceable semi-automatic pistol of 9mm or larger caliber
Hand held compact high output flashlight
300 round of ammunition (minimum). No steel core and No steel jacket, no armor piercing, no tracer.
Strong-side or appendix Concealment holster & Magazine pouch
Serpa holsters or similar holsters that use the trigger finger to deactivate a retention device are NOT allowed
3-5 magazines of 10 round capacity (minimum).
Clear eye protection, hearing protection (electronic recommended), and baseball cap.
Indoor restrooms available.
*This is a Specialty Course and discounts are not available for this clinic.