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Learn from what night vision is and how it works, application and limitations. This class bridges the performance and defensive worlds of shooting. You will go fast, you will get better, and you will have fun.

Learn how to employ a rifle platform safely and efficiently. Rifle mechanics is a blended course. It is a blend between performance/practical shooting and defensive base shooting. It cover subjects like self-diagnostics, the importance of vision, and helps to push students to a higher level of performance no matter the level they are at. This class is tailored to teach you using science, data, and experience to become more efficient and consistant shooter.

(2 Nights, 16-18 hour class)



What to bring to a Night Vision Class



  • Safety
  • How night vision works
  • Helmet and gear setup
  • Zeroing laser devices
  • Efficient and consistent Fundamentals
  • Passive/White light shooting
  • Reloads in the dark
  • Malfunctions in the dark
  • Cover/Shooting Positions
  • Target Transitions
  • Low light/No light shooting techniques
  • Performance-based Movement


Required Equipment:

  • Helmet Mounted Night Vision (Gen 2 or better) RENTALS LIMITED
  • Ear and eye protection
  • Zeroed Duty rifle with a white light, IR aiming device (PEQ, DBAL A3,/D2 PEQ, RAIDX, NGAL, MAWL), and sling
  • Red dot equipped handgun Zeroed (caliber: 9mm or larger)
  • Kydex style holster that keeps shape
  • 3-5 mags for each firearm
  • 1000 rounds of ammunition - Rifle
  • 350 rounds of ammunition - Handgun
  • 1-2 mag pouches each
  • Water Spare Batteries
  • Handheld/admin light
  • Personal Individual FIrst aid kit (Gear to be used on you)
  • Black Marker
  • Notepad


Additional but not required equipment:

  • Knee pads
  • Gloves
  • Spare Firearm
  • Snacks/Food
  • Tools for your equipment
  • Cleaning kit w/ oil
  • Headlamp
  • Rain gear and/or cold weather gear (depending on weather)


After payment, your slot is guaranteed in class.

Night Vision Level 1

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