1-Day Class | 5pm – 1am
(view available classes below)
(this course is certified through MDFI and counts for Law Enforcement training credit)
STUDENTS REQUIRED TO PASS THE MDFI FOUNDATION HANDGUN QUALIFIER AT THE BEGINNING OF CLASS.
View target here (instructions on page 2).
MDFI Foundation Handgun or equivalent
(email us for approval if a non-MDFI class)
Valid CPL or Law Enforcement Credentials (if you do not have either, email us for instructions).
Must have working operational knowledge of the firearm you bring to class (i.e know how to load/unload safely).
MUST KNOW, UNDERSTAND AND APPLY THE FOUR LIFE RULES OF RESPONSIBLE FIREARMS HANDLING AT ALL TIMES. See video below.
Class Flow: MODERATE (students can expect a full evening of shooting and light/weapon manipulation from a static line)
There is a good reason the saying isn’t, ‘When things go ‘bump’ in the daylight.’ Bad things happen all the time, and that includes hours of darkness or in dark places. Low Light Handgun is designed to explore, test and evaluate the various methods of using a handgun for defensive purposes in low or no-light situations. This course will introduce the student to a variety of low/no-light techniques for use in the real world.
This class is for the student who is very proficient with their handgun fundamentals and manipulation during the day and are looking to build on those skills in the hours of darkness. This class is for the intermediate to experienced shooter who understands and applies the four rules of responsible firearms handling as a way of life. Students should be absolutely competent manipulating a handgun with both hands available and have the ability to shoot with practiced marksmanship.
This course requires one or more MDFI Foundation Level classes as a pre-requisite therefor registration is only open to MDFI Alumni (when logged into their account). If you are not an Alumni and would like to attend and believe you have the pre-requisites, please email us with a copy of your training certificates to start the registration process.
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Taken the Low Light class several times. Never left without regrets. Elevates your skills, validates your equiptment, all in a safe & ego free seting. Decided it's a course I'm taking every year. Trec & his cadre are top notch trainers in the realm of self defense IMHO. Thank you MDFI for allowing me to have such a positve experience. HUGH SHOUTOUT to Barracks 616 in Grand Rapids for the use of your awesome range.
another great class, a must for being a well-rounded human. A lot of information to take away and to practice.
As always this was a really great class that I benefitted from greatly. I am fortunate to have the access and the resources to such professional grade training. Thank you Trek, Allison, and the MDFI cadre!
My first MDFi class, and it was an excellent class. It's an amazing introduction to low-light shooting and skill building for doing so.
The class is very well organized starting with a detailed safety brief and introduction to the objectives of the class.
Excellent instructors and very well run and highly illuminating in terms of low and no-light handgun use. The proper use of flashlights to properly identify things that go bump in the night is taught, as well as malfunction clearance in the dark and proper decision making. Excellent curriculum and attention to detail, quality instruction, and an emphasis on learning and safety at all times. It's also a very fun class.
Since bad things often happen in the dark, getting this training is both eye-opening and truly essential for a handgun owner.
What an eye-opener it is to experience shooting in the dark!
I can see why some of the MDFI cadre says this is their favorite class - you get to experience the whole spectrum of daylight, dusk/transition, and then complete darkness (class goes from 5:00PM through 2:00AM).
For anyone concerned about shooting under low-light, many of the students shared this sentiment at the beginning of the class. What I can assure you is that like any MDFI class, the cadre takes an uncompromising approach to safety and establishing control - this is as safe an environment as you can find to train in low-light.
And not to forget, damn this class is fun!!!!