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Low Light Tactics & Night Shooting – Cape Town, 20 November

R850.00

This Night Shooting & Low Light Tactics course runs at False Bay Sport Shooting Club in Glencairn.

Course Dates: 20 November, 17:30 to 22:00 (latest).

Instructors are Giovanni Rossi (FBFTA) & Gideon Joubert (Paratus / CHS Guns)

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This Low Light Tactics & Night Shooting  course runs at False Bay Sport Shooting Club in Glencairn.

Course Dates: 20 November, 17:30 to 22:00 (latest).

Instructors: Giovanni Rossi (FBFTA) & Gideon Joubert (Paratus)

Low Light Tactics & Night Shooting

  • Learn and Apply the various Torch Techniques
  • Target Identification in Low Light and darkness
  • Shoot, Reload and Manipulate your handgun while holding a torch
  • Practical Marksmanship in various lighting conditions and total darkness
  • Dealing with distractions caused by strobing and flashing lights

You will require the following equipment:

  • Handheld torch
  • Handgun
  • Holster
  • Belt
  • Spare magazine
  • 100 rounds of ammunition

The course fees include range fees. Limited space available!

Course Purpose and Objectives

Fighting with your handgun in total darkness or low light conditions is not an intuitive or instinctive skill. There are numerous important aspects to effectively using a light – whether it be a handheld torch or weapon-mounted light (WML) – whilst safely manipulating and using a firearm.

The objectives of this course is to expose the student to the effects darkness and various lighting conditions have on their ability to identify targets and engage them, and then equip them with the required knowledge and skills to effectively mitigate these difficulties. This includes the use of sights in low light and darkness.

Central to this focus is the understanding and use of the various torch techniques whilst manipulating and using a firearm. We also explore the effects strobing and flashing lights have on accuracy and target identification, and how to work around these and similar distractions.