“Shot in the Dark” Night Shoot.
Saturday November 18th 2017
We only put this on once a year.
Where? LouLand. Class room time will be required beforehand. All of your safety skills must be automatic (unconscious competence)before attending. You must have a quality holster, mag pouch, eye protection, ear protection, belt etc. approved by Step by Step Gun Training. You must have been instructed on the flashlight techniques required for the classes before attending the shot in the dark event. We will teach the class room portions before the dates of the Shot in the dark events. You will learn the techniques and how to practice them at home in the classroom. This may be the most worthwhile firearms training you will ever have. Quite possibly the best bang for your buck. The number of participants is limited. Jeff Street 239-641-6140 Call or Text My Favorite Flashlight PowerTac E5 980 Lumens w strobe
Please bring your own gear Gun Ammo approximately 300 rounds Good non collapsible holster Good belt Hat Closed toe shoes High neck shirt that is not as likely to catch hot brass Mag pouch or suitable pocket Ear Protection Eye Protection including side shields Sunscreen will not be needed for this event Bug Spray Beverage and snacks for yourself Chair A Great Attitude! We will have a maximum number of spaces available This is a Non-Refundable Prepay event because we have to cover the range fees regardless. Personal videotaping and photography will be allowed If you do not want to be videotaped it will be up to you to let people know. Contact us to reserve your spot or if you have any questions etc. Jeff Street 239-641-6140 Call or Text
Always receive professional training before arming yourself. We are not attorneys. We do not give legal advice. We give practical advice. In all instances, anyone associated in any way with this class expressly disclaim any liability that may result from the use or misuse of any of the techniques or other information featured in this class or links from this Class/website or any other source. Safety for you and your family is your responsibility.