5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Students will learn the proper use of a flashlight while operating their pistol in a low light or no light environment. Students will gain an understanding of the different types of flashlights available to them as well as other sources of light that can be put to use not only to shed light in an area, but to identify friendly persons in a stressful situation.
Instructors will work with students to demonstrate the dangers involved using these techniques, such as, when walking in a hallway, clearing a room, or approaching the "Fatal Funnel of a Doorway".
This course will be taught by Mike Bennett.
Recommended Prerequisite Courses: Beginners Handgun, NRA Basic Pistol or IL Concealed Carry, Defensive Handgun 1 and Advanced CCW
Must have a current and valid FOID card
Handgun, unloaded and encased
75-150 rounds of ammunition (depending on class size)
A rigid, strong side holster designed to be worn inside or outside the waistband (no cross draw, ankle holsters, pocket holsters or shoulder holsters)
Double magazine pouch
Hearing and eye protection (we will have some available for you to use if you do not have any)
Note: All courses require payment in full at the time of registration. If you are submitting your registration online, we will contact you to get payment. You will not be registered for the course until payment is received.