Welcome to Tactical Shotgun Training day four! Shotgun Four begins an introduction to the physiology and psychology of working in low light. On the range, we start to work intermediate range shooting, barricades, and incapacitation, working with light and finish the daytime portion of the class with tactical shotgun drills specifically designed to enhance your speed. After a break for dinner, we’ll return for our low light shoot where we’ll review most of the previous four days of skills, in the dark!
LOW LIGHT AND INJURY
SHOTGUN FOUR INCLUDES
- Dealing with Incapacitation
- Introduction to Getting Faster
- Introduction to Breeching
- Use of Light
- Night Firing Techniques & Equipment
Course Fee: $275.00
100 Birdshot, 50 Buckshot and 25 Slugs of factory-produced ammunition are required.
Rental firearms are available.
Rental fee includes equipment and ammunition.
Ammunition may be available for purchase at the range.
Today is the final course in the tactical shotgun training San Diego series. We start with a discussion of the impact of low light on both ourselves and a potential threat. From there we look at how to deal with the reality of interpersonal violence, which is sometimes injury ensuring you have the ability to effectively employ your weapons with either hand. We practice addressing targets at a variety of ranges using movement, available cover and appropriate ammunition selection. We introduce drills designed to enhance your speed. After a short dinner break, we begin working with light and then solve the same tactical scenarios in the dark! Access to our professionally programmed practice drills are included with the course, and will be available online in our E-Learning Portal upon completion. We look forward to seeing you on the range!