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Low Light Pistol Class 16 Nov 19
You know how to run your gun during daylight hours, now put your skills to the test during low light. In this class shooters will learn various low light shooting techniques for the pistol.

Our Price: $100.00

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Product Code: LLPC_16_NOV_19


Low Light Pistol Class

16 November 2019

This class is limited to 8 students to maintain proper instructor student ratio.

Instructor: Eric Lamberson

Cost: $100.00 (includes range fee)

Duration: 4:00 PM – 10:30 PM

Location: Cedar Ridge Range; 7110 Farm to Market 1863; Bulverde, TX 78163 (830) 980-4424;

This is a low light immersion class. We will learn proper techniques and practice while we have daylight and then transition to drills and a qualification course once the sun goes down. Once you complete this class, you can attend our low light practice sessions and the more advanced classes.

Prerequisites: A thorough understanding of how your pistol operates; ability to safely manipulate your pistol (draw from a holster, perform reloads, shoot on the move, etc.). Absolute mastery of trigger and muzzle discipline.

Equipment List:

-- For All Classes: Please bring your own snacks, beverages, etc. Bring water; while we do provide water at all of our locations, it never hurts to bring some more. Insect repellent is appropriate for certain seasons or locations.

-- A good quality handgun, suitable for self-protection and/or concealed carry. You will be firing up to 400 rounds during this class. It is a good idea to bring a spare pistol, if you have one, just in case your primary gun breaks. (It happens more than you think)

-- A good quality holster. You need a strong-side, belt or inside the waistband holster. For safety reasons, we do not allow the use of cross draw holsters, fanny packs, shoulder holsters, etc. on the range. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us.

-- A minimum of 3 magazines or speed loaders for your handgun and a magazine pouch/holder for at least 2 of your spare magazines or speed loaders.

-- A sturdy belt, to support the above. This is another area where you should not skimp—many people do. A good belt will serve you well as the day progresses.

-- Hearing protection

-- Eye protection. If you wear prescription lenses these are normally sufficient.

-- Cap with a bill or wide-brimmed hat

-- At least 400 rounds of decent quality, reliable ammunition (we may not shoot all of it, but it is nice to have extra in case the time allows for additional practice). Range ammunition (FMJ, etc.) is fine. You may also wish to fire some of your premium self defense ammo during this class to see how it performs in low light (muzzle flash, etc.). We do allow reloaded ammunition; however, for the safety of our instructors and students, ANY problems with reloaded ammunition is grounds for that ammunition to be removed from the class. This is solely at the instructor’s discretion and is non-negotiable.

-- Clothing suitable for the weather and the range. If necessary, we will finish our range work in whatever conditions exist at class time, live-fire classes run rain or shine, mud may be involved.

-- Rain gear plus a jacket and sweater or sweatshirt (evenings can be cold).

-- Firearm cleaning supplies plus any tools / lubricants that you might need.

-- A good hand-held flashlight you can use a pistol mounted light as well after you master the hand-held light. We will have a limited number of hand-held lights available for students to try and/or use. Even if you have a pistol-mounted light, you must master the use of a hand-held light.

Please note that the above list is just the essentials. You may bring additional items (such as a range bag, extra magazines, folding chairs and tables, etc.), if you choose.

If you have any questions, just ask.

A low Light Practice Session

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