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P2 Concepts-Robbie Allmon, Low Light Instructor, Oxford, MS

By utilizing principal based methods designed to challenge officers mentally and physically, instructors will learn how to develop and implement low light training program for their agency. This train the trainer course provides a detailed in depth look at equipment selection, proper techniques, training concepts, and the development of a low light training program. Through… read more »

P2 Concepts-Low Light Instructor

ttendees of this course will be able to develop and implement a low light training program for their respective departments or agencies. This course utilizes principle based methods and is designed to challenge the students mentally and physically. Topics include light and the human eye, flashlight selection and techniques for use, low-light teaching methods, simulation scenario design and evaluation, departmental liability, combat breathing, instructor and lesson plan development and much more.

Stop Blinding Yourself

People who complain about too much light from flashlights or weaponlights seem to have the same weakness in their argument as those who argue against 9mm. Too much light blinds me, the reflection into the wall/mirror gets to me / 9mm doesn’t get the job done, it’s too weak. Want to know the solution to… read more »

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