Night & Low Light Shooting

Night & Low Light Shooting

Most home invasions and attacks happen at night, during low light or even no-light conditions. It is therefore very important that you understand the tactics, methods and equipment to be used in these specific conditions. This is exactly what we teach you in this course.

Our Low Light / Night Shooting course runs over 2 modules. You have to complete module 1 to be able to do module 2. This is to ensure that enough time is spent on the fundamentals around low light / no light fighting. Below is a layout of what can be learnt from this course.

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Module 1

In this module, we will teach you the different techniques that can be used with your handheld flashlight. We also discuss weapon-mounted lights and their advantages and disadvantages. Thereafter the course becomes practical with shooting drills being done using both handheld flashlights and weapon-mounted lights.

What Do I Need?

You need to have a good understanding and proficiency with your handgun. If you haven’t shot before, then have a look at our fundamentals course as a start.

You will need your range clothes, your own licensed handgun, a handheld flashlight – if you don’t have one then have a look at the Speras Flashlights here – your magazines, holster and 75 rounds of ammunition.

NOTE: – this is an intro course covering the basics

What to bring:

  • Ensure you bring enough water and food/refreshments for the day. Stay hydrated.
  • Licensed firearm in a holster, the holster you carry every day would be the best.
  • Weapon Mounted Light (if you have) and handheld torch
  • Magazines & mag pouch
  • Tacvest & plates (if you want to train with that)
  • 75 rounds
  • Warm jacket etc – it is at night so please take that into consideration
  • Seeing that this is an EDC course, wear clothes and equipment that you typically carry or wear.

What Does It Cost?

This course will cost you R790 pp – and this includes your range fee

For current Lone Operators – please book via email or WhatsApp

How Do I Register?

Simply complete the registration form below. Directions etc will be given to you after registration.

If you have any questions, please reach out via email – enquiries@fortisgroup.co.za

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Module 2

Module 2 runs from 16h00 to 21h00

After successful completion of Module 1, you will now join us for live firing drills of what was learnt during module 1. The day will start with range rules, safety rules and an overview of the fundamentals of shooting. Thereafter the concepts of what was discussed and learnt on module 1 will be revisited before live firing exercises will commence.

What Do I Need?

Your handgun and personal kit like bulletproof, gloves and more.

You must have completed module 1 of this course (see above). 

What to bring:

  • Ensure you bring enough water and food/refreshments for the day. Stay hydrated.
  • Licensed firearm in a holster, the holster you carry every day would be the best. 100 rounds
  • Eye and ear protection
  • Knee pads and long sleeves are a good suggestion
  • Weapon Mounted Light (if you have) and handheld torch
  • Magazines & mag pouch
  • Tacvest & plates
  • Seeing that this is an EDC course, wear clothes and equipment that you typically carry or wear
  • Food and water for the day

What Does It Cost?

This course will cost you R790 pp – and this includes the range fee.

For current Lone Operators – please book via email or WhatsApp

How Do I Register?

Simply complete the registration form below. Directions etc will be given to you after registration.

If you have any questions, please reach out via email – enquiries@fortisgroup.co.za

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Module 3

Module 3 runs from 15h00 to 21h00

After successful completion of Module 2, we will now up the tempo to put you through scenarios that will simulate real-life stress. Be prepared to be blown away.

What Do I Need?

Your handgun and personal kit like bulletproof, gloves and more.

You must have completed module 2 of this course (see above). 

What to bring:

  • Ensure you bring enough water and food/refreshments for the day. Stay hydrated.
  • Licensed firearm in a holster, the holster you carry every day would be the best. 100 rounds
  • Eye and ear protection
  • Knee pads and long sleeves are a good suggestion
  • Weapon Mounted Light (if you have) and handheld torch
  • Magazines & mag pouch
  • Tacvest & plates
  • Seeing that this is an EDC course, wear clothes and equipment that you typically carry or wear
  • Food and water for the day

What Does It Cost?

This course will cost you R790 pp – and this includes the range fee.

For current Lone Operators – please book via email or WhatsApp

How Do I Register?

Simply complete the registration form below. Directions etc will be given to you after registration.

If you have any questions, please reach out via email – enquiries@fortisgroup.co.za

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Our Next Course Dates

Module 1

– 12 March 2022 – PTA
–  14 May 2022 – PTA
– 17 September 2022 – PTA
– 29 October 2022 – PTA

Module 2

– 25 June 2022 – PTA
– 19 November 2022 – PTA

Module 3

– 13 Aug 2022 – PTA
– 3 December 2022 – PTA

 

CURRENT LONE OPERATORS :

This Module Is Covered In Your Lone Operators Course, You Do Not Need To Register For This Module Seperately

GRADUATED LONE OPERATORS :

You Can Register For The Module If You Want A Refresher Or Need Some Practice @ 50% Discount

NEXT KICK-OFF DATE

GAUTENG REGION

see above for dates

Registration Procedure

Please Make The Following Payment To Secure Your Spot

Amount : R790
Reference: Your Name And Surname + LOWL (example DEON COETZEE LOWL)
First National Bank
Lone Operator PTY Ltd
Current Account 62903314433
Branch Code 260216

Then fill out the form below and attach (upload) proof of payment in the relevant field.

Please Complete Registration Form Below



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