Low-Light Handgun/Carbine Applications

Event Phone: 205-759-3000

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  • December 11, 2019 - December 13, 2019
    2:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Low-Light Handgun/Carbine Applications
Course dates:  11 – 13 December 2019

The course is *FREE* and limited to 12 students.

Training day 1 begins at 2:00 p.m. central time.

*Administration
*Introductions
*Flat range work up
*Low-light lecture
*Mechanic drills
*Application drills

Training day 2 begins at 2:00 p.m. central time

*Shoot house
dry runs
*Shoot house
live fire
*Shoot house
low-light runs

Training day 3 begins at 2:00 p.m. central time

*Force on Force
day runs
*Force on Force
low-light runs

On site lodging at the Training Center is *FREE* to the students.

Amenities include:
*Bunk rooms with bed linen.
If you have a favorite pillow or woobie, bring it.
*Showers with all linen and toiletries.
If you have a favorite soap and loofah, bring it.
*Full kitchen to include
Stove/oven
Refrigerators / freezer
Microwave
Coffee pots
*Gym
free weights, weight machines and cross-fit area
Running track around pond
*Living room with wi-fi and satellite t.v.
*Weapons cleaning room
*Gas grills
More information on the Training Center can be found at:
https://www.facebook.com/tcsotraining/
and here:
https://www.tcsoal.org/divisions/training

This course covers the basic fundamentals of deploying white light in conjunction with the handgun and carbine.  Handheld lighting techniques will be covered extensively as will weapon mounted lighting techniques.  The lighting techniques and weapons will then be meshed into a comprehensive and seamless system.
The techniques will then be applied in the live-fire shoot house. Drills will progress into multiple target and discretionary shooting situations.
The same techniques will also be applied in force on force drills and scenarios that require students to navigate rooms and structures while using white light to reduce angles and solve progressively complicated problems.

The course will cover:
*Safe tactics
*Handheld light nomenclature and section
*pre-engagement / engagement / post engagement processes
*Handheld lighting techniques
*Weapon mounted lighting techniques
*Weapons manipulations in diminished light
*Multiple threat engagements
*Discretionary engagements
*Conventional and non-conventional positions
*Ground fighting
*Moving targets
*Room/structure navigation and live fire drills
*Progressive force on force drills

Required logistics:
*Handgun with minimum 3 magazines
*600 rounds handgun ammunition
*Quality holster specific to handgun
*Necessary support or duty gear
*Weapon mounted light for handgun ( not mandatory but highly suggested )
*Quality handheld flashlight
*Extra batteries
*Carbine with minimum 3 magazines
*600 rounds carbine ammunition
*Sling
*Necessary support or duty gear ( mag pouches, belt or vest mounted that allow student to retain magazines for the carbine )
*Weapon mounted light ( not mandatory but highly suggested )
*Ballistic vest / entry vest / ballistic plates with carrier *MANDATORY for shoot house*
*Ballistic helmet *MANDATORY for shoot house*
*Protective mask head/neck/throat protection for FoF drills
*“Simunition” handgun
*“Simunition” carbine
*150 rounds of simunition handgun
*150 rounds of simunition carbine

**Simunition equipment handgun, carbine and protective gear is available for use. But we highly suggest bringing your own if it’s available.

***Simunition ammunition is available to purchase but we need to know that as soon as you register for the class. There is only a limited amount of time to get the order in.
Send Deputy Jenkins an e-mail at cjenkins@tcsoal.org for inquiries about purchasing simunitions ammunition.

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 205-759-3000

Address:
22794 P&M Mining Road, Berry, Alabama, 35546, United States