Shooting in Low Light

Joe Gilbert

How many of you carry a tactical flashlight at all times? Not only is it invaluable for shooting, but also a stand-alone tool. A couple of points to ponder before you jump to the featured article: 1) You must turn OFF the light before you move (this likely eliminates some techniques such as the Surefire/Rodgers method). 2) The "Harries" requires proper training, as it's quite easy to shoot yourself using it. 3) When using a light to search use the "spill" of the beam, but when used on target or as a standalone weapon, get the main point of the beam on the threat!  Sign up for some training and see what you're missing (pun intended).

Low Light Shooting.



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