TACTICAL HANDGUN II - LOW LIGHT/MOVEMENT
This course is designed for the shooter who has already taken advanced handgun courses and is ready to start working in low-light scenarios and in additional situations not covered in our Advanced Handgun I course. Shooters will learn street-proven, effective low light tactics as well as the importance of target identification and how to address the challenges of operating in the low light environment. This course has a prerequisite of Survivor Services Tactical Handgun I.
This course will cover:
* Tactical Handgun II has a prerequisite of Survivor Services Tactical Handgun I
For this class, students will need:
- A service caliber pistol- 9mm/.40/.45, etc.
- 400-450 rounds of range/target ammunition (any decent ball ammo is fine)
- 20 rounds of defensive ammunition (JHP, the stuff you will carry in real life)
- A light; either a weapon light that mounts to your pistol, or a flashlight that is handheld and suitable for use with a firearm, along with an extra set of batteries.
- A good holster (you're going to be doing a LOT of drawing, firing , and re-holstering, and you want a decent rig)
- At LEAST 3 magazines (more is better, as it will reduce down time for everyone in reloading empty magazines)
- Eye and ear protection (any kind of muffs or ear plugs, and some type of impact-resistant eye glasses or goggles)
- A ball cap /boonie, etc. (this is going to keep the sun off of you, and it's also going to deflect (red hot!) spent casings)
- A set of knee pads (they don't have to be anything special, even the cheap Harbor Freights will do, but you need them)
- A basic kit for cleaning/malfunctions - CLP, a Boresnake, a few rags (we will run the guns very hard and they will see the dirt of the ground a time or two; you want to be prepared to give the gun a quick and dirty cleaning)
- A decent pair of shoes (you will be on your feet and moving, a lot, and you want the support and the safety.)
- A gallon of water: 1 gallon jug, 8 or 10 bottles, a Camelback and a couple refills, however you do it, you will NEED the hydration, as we will be outside, engaged in physical activity all day, and you do NOT want to get dehydrated....bring water.
As always, long pants, a crew neck shirt to keep the hot brass out, etc, are a must; also, a comfortable folding chair and a snack or two is not a bad idea. I's a long range day and you're going to be wanting to sit on the few breaks we take. We take lunch right there on the range, so you will want to pack something for to eat....
* Course includes certificate and handouts
For more information on course scheduling and pricing, please see the Registration Page here.