TRAIRC Systems Weapons Performance Low Light Confidence Course is a 16-Hour program designed to enhance either a Law Enforcement Officer or Military serving member, on their weapon fundamental accuracy ability and critical performance measures in a low-light immediate threat environment. While operating a primary and secondary weapon system drills and obstacles will be placed to enforce rapid deliberate weapon transitions while continuing focus on the threat situation. Students will develop skillsets through a series of stages both day and night on their weapons employment and management, tac-light employment and sector scanning techniques, tac-light discipline measures, and usage of cover. All stages will develop each individual through a series of drills and critical thinking concepts on maintaining shot accuracy and multi-round management skills, proper usage of sight during sight acquisition and holds both day and night, engagement and threat reduction methods of both single to multi-threats, and proper usage of cover and cover clearance procures.

 

This 2-day training program and course objectives includes:

  • Critical Mindset Application during Immediate Threats
  • Carbine and Pistol Safety and Safe Handling Techniques
  • Carbine Tac Light Set Up and Considerations
  • Carbine and Pistol Grouping at Known Distances
  • Carbine and Pistol Carry Configurations
  • Strong / Weak Firing Shoulder Carbine Transition, Fire, and Fundamental Application
  • Strong / Weak Firing Shoulder Carbine Transition, Tac-Light Manipulation Techniques
  • Single Hand, Strong / Weak Hand, Pistol Draw and Accuracy Shot Engagement
  • Single Hand, Strong / Weak Hand, Pistol Draw and Tac-Light Manipulation Techniques
  • Carbine Movement and Proper Support Arm Control Techniques
  • Tac-Light Scanning and Threat Identification Methods
  • Tac-Light Discipline Control Considerations
  • Shooting and Moving, Sight Tracking, and Body Movement Reduction Measures
  • Lateral and Oblique Angle Moving and Shot Determination
  • Multi-Round Control Methods
  • Speed Reloads and Speed Reload Control Methods during Periods of Darkness
  • Jams, Misfires, and Malfunctions with Threat Engagement Follow Through
  • Weapon Transition and Threat Reduction Follow Throughs
  • Weapon Transition and Combined Weapons Recovery Procedures
  • Multi-Target / Multi-Threat Engagement Criteria
  • Barricade / Cover Occupation and Various Body Positions
  • Barricade / Cover Positions Supported vs Unsupported Engagements
  • Tac-Light Clearance Procedures of Unknown Cover Positions and Threat Reduction Methods
  • Various Weapon Transition and Movement Drills
  • 3-Diminension Thought Application and Decision-Making Process Drills
  • Cognitive Drills

 

Cost: $525

Round Count: 750 Carbine Rounds, 300 Pistol

Required Equipment:

  • Functioning Carbine Designed to Chamber Either 5.56 x 45, 5.45×39, 300. Blackout, 7.62×39, 7.62 x 51 (Sub-Guns Firing Pistol Ammo must be pre-approved)
  • Functioning Pistol Designed to Chamber Either .380 Auto, 9mm, .40 cal, .45 cal, 10mm
  • Clear Ballistic Wrap Around Eye Protection
  • Hearing Protection (Electronic Noise Cancelling Most Recommended)
  • Carbine Sling: Two-Point or Single-Point
  • Carbine Belt and Pistol Magazine Carrier (Must Be Able To Hold Minimum of Two Pistol Magazines and Carbine Magazine)
  • Carbine Magazine Chest Rig (Optional)
  • 5 Functional Carbine and 5 Functional Pistol Magazines (Single Stack Bring More)
  • Mounted Tac-Light for both Pistol and Carbine, or Handheld (Recommend Spare Batteries are Brought. None Will Be Provided)
  • Weapon Lubricant and Cleaning Kit