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    ACT DP205b Low Light Skills 1DEC18 Riley Conservation Club

    ACT DP205b Low Light Skills 1DEC18 Riley Conservation Club

    EVENT: DP205b – Low Light Skills
    DATE: 1 DECEMBER 2018
    LOCATION: Riley Conservation Club – Terre Haute, IN
    TIME: 17:00 approx. start time; class will last about 4 hours
    INSTRUCTOR: John Viray, assisted by ACT staff
    TUITION: $95 prepaid
    PREREQUISITES: DP101 (or equivalent); instructor approval REQUIRED
    DESCRIPTION:
    DP205b “Low Light Skills” is a brief version of our DP205 that offers an introduction to defensive handgun techniques applied to low light or total darkness situations. The class will focus on the use of modern, high intensity flashlights and their applications to defensive use in conjunction with handguns. Topics will include acquisition of information, use of handheld flashlights both with and without firearms, use of weapon-mounted flashlights, use of supplemental sighting devices (e.g. lasers), use of tritium night sights, etc.



    This class is not appropriate for inexperienced defensive shooters. You don't have to have completed classes with us, but I reserve the right to final approval on all students. If I don't know you and you wish to participate, please contact me via email (not PM): john@adaptiveconsultingandtraining.com

    ** PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS CLASS WILL INCLUDE LIVE FIRE DRILLS. **




    GEAR LIST & RECOMMENDATIONS:






    • Reliable, high-intensity handheld light; lanyard recommended
    • Back-up light (optional)
    • Spare batteries (recommended)
    • Spare lamps (if your light uses incandescent lamps)
    • A couple of feet of 550 cord to make a lanyard (optional)
    • Low intensity "task light" for navigation and checking targets (optional)
    • Weapon-mounted light (optional)
    • Inert replica of your pistol if you have one (e.g "Blue Gun" or similar that fits your holster; optional)
    • Concealment garment
    • Pistol, caliber consistent with defensive needs
    • 300-500 rounds of ammunition (how much you need depends on how much you choose to fire)
    • 5 or more magazines or speed loaders. More is better to avoid delays on the line.
    • Magazine or speed loader carriers
    • Strong side belt holster (IWB holsters are fine) that covers the trigger guard and allows one handed holstering
    • Pistol belt
    • Eye and ear protection. Electronic muffs or vented earplugs suggested for allowing easier hearing of range commands.
    • Billed cap
    • Please dress appropriately for outdoor activities according to the weather and allow for moderate physical activity. We will shoot, rain or shine, so consider bringing rain gear.
    • Remember that you may be shooting while wearing gloves. Wear the gloves you normally wear during cold weather.
    • You should bring snacks and fluids of your choice. Snack bars or power bars are great to keep in your shooting bag. Water or a combination of water and sport drinks work best. ACT will provide bottled water.






    For more information or to register, please contact us via email at:john@adaptiveconsultingandtraining.com
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    This was such a fun class. I'll be back one of these days. Highly recommended!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hop View Post
    This was such a fun class. I'll be back one of these days. Highly recommended!
    Thanks, Hop! This is a good one to repeat. None of us get enough time in low light conditions.
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    "The people shall have a right to bear arms, for the defense of themselves and the State."
    INDIANA CONSTITUTION
    Article 1 - Bill of Rights - Section 32

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    To Prevail...you must ACT!

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    I wish I could take it two or three times a year. But you know; daylight savings time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry in IN View Post
    I wish I could take it two or three times a year. But you know; daylight savings time.
    Hence the late in the year date for this one.
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    "The people shall have a right to bear arms, for the defense of themselves and the State."
    INDIANA CONSTITUTION
    Article 1 - Bill of Rights - Section 32

    ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

    To Prevail...you must ACT!

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    Wow, December (and this class) is less than a week away.

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    I’m already excited for the 2020
    offering and seeing what new mistakes I can make. I firmly believe a person cannot practice enough in low/no lights. When are you most likely to have an intruder in your home? When are you most likely to encounter a violent assailant(s)? The answer is at night, and it will occur in most likely the least favorable conditions. Train with gloves on and winter clothing. Train with low to virtually no light. Train trying to identify multiple targets while using a flashlight and a pistol. Train how not to blind yourself. Does your gear make the job as efficient as possible? You don’t know till you try it out.
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    Still some slots available for this class.
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    "The people shall have a right to bear arms, for the defense of themselves and the State."
    INDIANA CONSTITUTION
    Article 1 - Bill of Rights - Section 32

    ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

    To Prevail...you must ACT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by obijohn View Post
    Still some slots available for this class.
    Are you off your meds again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nad63 View Post
    Are you off your meds again?
    it’s called planning ahead ya wanker

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