What to expect.
Darkness. Fatigue of your eyes that could result in headache. Being shot. Shooting others. Failing alot. Making mistakes.
Learning importance of breathing- especially under duress.
And the fact that light is a weapon.
And as with every weapon: it needs to be studied, practiced, understood.
Aiming a gun well and fast results in accurate shot placement. Aiming the light results in not only seeing/identifying your targets- when done well it denies your opponents an opportunity to do the same.
Bullets are directional. Light is multi-directional and dimensional. It isn’t just about lumens.
The spectrum, the cone, it’s size and definition, the amount of aura emitted, how it can work for you and against you…
Holy Trinity of low light gun fighting: Eyes-Light-Gun.
In depth work on this equation, how it varies in navigation, search/identify and engage segments of the fight.
All that and a whole lot more will be explored in very significant depth utilizing dedicated force on force weapons and gear, which will be provided to participants. It is said that you don’t know what you don’t know. You will learn what you don’t know, and how to change that into “know”- and “can do”.
Topics to be covered:
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Where: Tactical Response, Camden, TN
When: March 9 – 10, 2019. Saturday and Sunday, 8am-5pm both days.
What to bring:
Step into the darkness and be enlightened.