Carry for Life!© III

Carry for Life! © III:  Hit the Ground & Low Light

 

After Carry for Life! © II you can progress to this specialized level of instruction where you will review the tactics and techniques previously learned.  Standing tall may look great on the big screen, but in real life doing so can lead to undesired outcomes.  In this class, new firing positions such as kneeling, sitting and prone will be added as you learn how to shoot from the ground and other non-traditional firing positions.  

 

In addition you will learn how to think as you fire from cover, think as you fire while moving, shoot-move-shoot, fire at moving targets, and you will be challenged with problem solving situations, such as firing from left and right barricades.

 

Finally this course emphasizes state-of-the-art techniques in the deployment of your handgun in low-light situations, including shooting while holding a flashlight in one hand techniques.

 

You will practice ready positions, drawing your gun while holding a flashlight in one hand, coping with malfunctions, and reloading. Use of cover and concealment while using a flashlight and other light sources, including available light, will be taught.

 

Prerequisite:  Must have successfully completed Carry For Life I & II

Night Sights: 70% of shootings occur in low light situations.  Night sights can offer an edge for both point/intuitive shooting and sight shooting by providing glowing dots on your target’s center of mass.

Tactical Flashlight:  Much brighter than traditional flashlights, capable of momentarily blinding an attacker even during the middle of the day.  Find one that is at least 65 lumens, uses lithium batteries, and has a tail-cap on/off switch.

Carry for Life!© III:  Hit the Ground & Low Light

 

Tuition:

$75.00

Ammunition: 200 rounds of factory ammunition is required

 

Hours:

4 hours

 

 

What You Need to Bring:

 

Handgun:

 

Light:

Your own double-action revolver or single-action/double-action semi-auto pistol, centerfire caliber in good working order.  

 

You need to bring a flashlight. The suggested type is Streamlight, Maglite or Surefire.  We will have some on hand if you do not own one yet or would like to wait on buying one until you better understand your needs.

 

For Reloading:

For a revolver, you will need two speed loaders.  For a semi-automatic, you will need two additional magazines. You need a means to carry the speed loaders or magazines as you would for everyday carry.

 

Holster:

Your daily carry holster.  Holsters must correctly fit the weapon, completely cover the trigger guard, remain open when the weapon is removed, and not allow the weapon to cover the shooter’s body.  No Thigh Rigs (Galco: Speed Master, Combat Master, or Avenger; Bianchi: Askins' Avenger or 4L. Kydex is allowed). No Serpa Holsters by Blackhawk, gun pouches, shoulder, ankle or cross-draw holster are allowed.

 

Belt:

You will need a good quality belt on which to hold your holster. Tip: Be sure to wear pants that have belt loops that the belt fits.

 

Protection:

Prescription glasses or shooting glasses are required, along with hearing protection. Eye and ear protection will be provided at no charge if needed.

 

Carry for Life!© III:  Hit the Ground & Low Light

Fights are a nasty business… bad things happen.  When you take cover or are knocked to the ground are you going to give up or keep fighting? Have you fired your handgun while lying on your back, your side?  If you slip and fall in a fight what will you do?  This course will make sure the first time you fire from these positions won’t be when your life depends on it.  Carry For Life III also covers shooting with lights.  What is the proper light for you?  When is the proper time to use a light?Get some experience with the different types of lights.  Home dry fire practice helps build skills. However, nothing beat actually firing your firearm while utilizing your light.

 

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Last Shooters allowed in the range 1 hour before store closing.

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