This course will complete your introduction to the techniques and skills used top-level professionals (Special Operations Forces, Special Weapons and Tactics members, and elite government employee’s) use to ensure they come home to their families every day! The academic portion of this course includes the low light lecture. On the range and we will work through manipulation while incapacitated, transitions and finish the day with drills specifically designed to enhance your speed. After a break for dinner, we’ll return for our Low light shoot where we’ll review the highlights of the previous 4 days in the dark!


  • Dealing with incapacitation
  • Transition to a secondary weapons system
  • Introduction to getting faster
  • Use of light
  • Night firing techniques & equipment
  • Transition to a secondary weapons system


Course Fee: $275.00

350 rounds of factory-produced ammunition required.

Rental firearms are available.

Rental fee includes equipment and ammunition.

Ammunition may be available for purchase at the range.

Prerequisite: Tactical Carbine Five, Tactical Pistol One

We begin the tactical training San Diego course with a review of the physical and mental reactions to darkness. On the range, we introduce one handed manipulation techniques to ensure you have a foundation for fighting while wounded. We introduce transitions to secondary weapons systems and provide you with some drills designed to increase your speed. After a short break for dinner, we being working with light. After a few fundamentals, we shoot the highlights of the previous four days in the dark so that you know exactly what you can and can’t get away with at night! Access to our professionally programmed practice drills is included with the course, and will be available online in our E-Learning Portal upon completion. This is the final course in mastering the range of skills required to shoot like a professional and we look forward to seeing you on the range!

testimonial author
Josh Neill
I hear people say shooting at night is just like shooting in the day time – just align the sights and press the trigger… Well, yes – except now you need to manage a light, spend more time on threat identification, and have very limited peripheral vision which means we have to look around more… So in reality shooting at night is almost nothing like shooting in the day time!


testimonial author
Glen O.
Carbine Five Graduate
The Carbine 5 course is where you put all of the skills learned in Carbine 1-4 to work. But you are also introduced to shooting from behind barriers (strong side and support side) and transitioning to pistol all while shooting into the night at targets that range from 10 to 100 yards. Great introduction to night vision technology. Best carbine course I've ever taken.