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Low Light Solutions (SlyTac Training)


$300

Saturday June 22 8 am - 4 pm / Sunday June 23 8 am - 4 pm


Low Light Solutions (LLS) is a two-day course focused on the proper applications of a white light source in a chaotic/less than ideal environment. The world changes around you when the lights go out. Being able to employ a white light as a deterrent or positively identify a threat is vital in any self-defense situation. LLS focuses on how to employ your weapon system in a low light environment all while being able to understand the primary flashlight applications, techniques and search methods on both the handgun and rifle platform.

Topics Covered:
Weapons safety
Understand the reasons for low-light training.
Being able to identify and define various lighting conditions
Light selection (handheld/weapon mounted)
Gear selection and placement
Low light / no light applications
Handheld flashlight methods
Basic movement
Shooting positions
Reload and weapon malfunctions under low light
Handgun/Rifle transitions
Use of cover/concealment
Positive threat identification
Understanding that Light is Noise

Student Materials:
Semiautomatic Pistol Chambered in 9mm /40 or 45 Caliber with a minimum of 3 magazines
Approximately at least 800 rounds of handgun and 800 rounds of carbine ammunition (Allows students to have enough repetitions to build and reinforce techniques)
A functional and practical carbine or battle rifle chambered in 5.56×45, 5.45×39, 300 Blackout, 7.62×39, 7.62×51. with a minimum of 3 carbine working magazines
Sturdy Holster w/ Belt
Magazine pouches
Handheld light (mandatory) Weapon light (optional, but recommended)
Spare batteries for light systems
4 chem glow sticks
Ear and eye protection (clear eye protection for low light)
Weapon lubrication/cleaning kit
Comfortable clothing used for strenuous activity (Pants only)
Food and Beverage
Note taking material (optional)

https://www.slytactraining.com/low-light-solutions.html

Earlier Event: June 15
Utah Concealed Carry Class $150
Later Event: June 22
Aero Precision Day at the PIT