Nighttime / Low-Light Situations

Once you master shooting on the move, we throw in a new dynamic (you can't see).  One of the best ways to become a better shooter, is to put yourself in challenging shooting environments.

At Frisco Gun Club we have adopted this philosophy and as a result we now offer our Action 2 - Nighttime/Low Light Shooting course. Students will be challenged by learning to navigate, use concealment, and identify potential threats in the dark.

Students will be taught how to shoot while holding a flashlight or using a weapon-mounted light, how to look for auxiliary light sources, different flashlight lighting techniques and how to identify threats vs. non threats.

All of this will be done in one of our indoor shooting bays with the lights off. As a student you will gain the necessary skills needed to confidently use your firearm in a darkened room. Become a better, more confident shooter today. Required classes prior to taking Low Light Shooting are Holster I, Action I, and at least four (4) Dynamic Shooting sessions, taken within the last two months.

TO REGISTER:  If you have questions about the class or would like to register -- Because of the prerequisites required, please email an instructor to schedule this class:  fgctraining@friscogun.com

CURRENT SCHEDULE

  • Sat, Aug 5th -- 12 noon
  • Sat, Aug 19th -- 12 noon

Cost:  $99 / person
Schedule: Select Saturdays at 12:00 noon
Class Length:  2 hours
Participants:  6
Pre-Requisite:  Holster 1, Action  1, at least 4 tactical training sessions completed within the last 2 months
Requirements:  

  • 100-150 rounds of appropriate ammo
  • Light Source (flashlight or WML, weapon-mounted light)
  • Handgun
  • Holster (if using WML, holster must accommodate it)