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Progressive Carbine 4; Low Light Engagements (PC4)
WhenOctober 29, 2020 @ 2:30 pm - 10:30 pm
PC4 provides students the latest fight-winning principles, tactics, and techniques for deadly force personal defense in low-light environments. Through the proper use of equipment coupled with perpetual motion and sound fundamentals, we create illusory effects and virtual cover where none previously existed. Don’t be afraid of the dark! Training topics include the Principles of Low-Light Combat, Light Selection, Carry & Use, Flashlight-Assisted Shooting Techniques, Flashlight/Weapon Manipulations, Low-Light After-Action Assessments, Barricade Tactics & Reactive Movement Review, Low-Light Movement Drills, and Low-Light Tactical Shooting Exercises.
Enrollment: Open to qualified citizens, law enforcement, security personnel, Department of Defense, and government agencies/contractors.
Pre-requisite: Progressive Carbine 1.
Location: 35.797917, -115.543722
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Upon registration complete the following form(s) and submit prior to day one of training: Student Information and Release of Liability PFC Pioneer Annex Range Directions
Semi-automatic carbine w/ at least 3 (30 round) magazines.
500 rounds of quality carbine ammunition (PFC discourages the use of reloaded ammunition).
Carbine magazine pouches/carry system (belt or chest mounted).
Carbine Sling (if desired, NOT required).
Carbine-mounted flashlight and a hand-held flashlight. Students may attend this class regardless whether they possess but one of the two aforementioned lights.
Spare flashlight batteries and replacement lamp module for each light (if possible).
Semi-automatic pistol w/ at least 2 magazines.
Dominant-side belt holster and support-side magazine carrier ***
100 rounds of quality pistol ammunition (PFC discourages the use of reloaded ammunition).
Hearing protection and Eye protection (Dark lenses for day-time operations, clear lenses for low-light/dark operations).
Knee Pads (if desired) and Sunscreen (if desired).
*** Blackhawk Serpa model holsters (and/or SIMILAR) are strictly prohibited during live fire range training and banned in all PFC Training classes for safety reasons. For copies of PFC’s and the Federal Government’s policies regarding the use of Blackhawk Serpa holsters, contact PFC HQ.