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Develop The Skills Needed To Survive A Low Light Fight
This powerful program will show you the concepts, routines and drills necessary to win the low light fight... You'll get 13 Technique & Drills Training Videos with Your Low Light Fight Training Program Book ($149 Value)
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From: Mike Seeklander, Nationally Recognized Professional Firearms Instructor

Former U.S. Marine, Federal Air Marshall, Police Office and Federal firearms instructor, Co-Host of The Best Defense T.V. Show on the Outdoor Channel. 

Dear Defensive Shooter, Warrior, Defender:

This is going to be a completely different angle on the low light solution, so get ready to master some effective techniques for dealing with low light situations. 

One of the things that you're going to find in many books and videos that are on the market today—and some that are very high quality—is that often times their focal point is only on the shooting solution: How do I get the handgun on threat, and what flashlight technique do I use?
The reality is, if you’re searching your home or a dark parking lot and you’re having to integrate a handheld light and a handgun, or use a weapon mounted light on a handgun, there are all kinds of different skill sets you need to be aware of that are separate from shooting. From how to you open the door, how to defend your head against a strike if someone is two or three feet away, or how to throw a counterstrike with a flashlight if the confines and quarters are too close for you to use your handgun. You will want to know how to shoot from different positions, whether from a retracted position or from an extended position.
Because I discuss these other aspects of the low light solution, this approach is going to be completely different.
One more thing: if I was teaching this to you as a competitive shooter, for instance how to manage your flashlight in an IDPA stage, it would be completely different in context and technique from what I am going to teach you in this defensive application. Understand very clearly that this is for integration of the flashlight and the handgun as well as the rifle in a low light environment to increase your survivability and win in a low light environment.
Since this book also contains training drills formatted to help you practice your skills, I consider it a “training program.” Thank you for choosing this book! Now, let’s get down to business. Let's talk about the principles that your low light system must have in it.
First of all, your flashlight technique must allow you to defend your head. That defense could be against a punch, or it could be against someone throwing a hammer at you that they stole out of your garage.
Your flashlight technique must be very diverse and give you the ability to protect your head, shoot, and should also allow you to throw a strike seamlessly as part of your low light plan. By this, I mean an instinctive, very fast strike to disrupt the threat in some way to allow you to move on to your next action. Remember, that strike may need to be thrown before you can shoot your handgun.
The bottom line is that while I really want you to develop the skills I have written about in this book, it would be gimmicky and dishonest if I did not point out what might even be more important. Additionally, if I really had to prioritize low light skills I would probably have you focus more on the defensive and combative aspects of using a flashlight to strike with, defend with and search with effectively as more important than the ability to build a good shooting position. I can think of dozens of times the average homeowner or other person may have to search, defend, or strike with a light before they might ever have to shoot with it.
That said, the way you prioritize your training should also depend on who you are and what you do. If you are a police officer working the night shift you are significantly more likely to be using your low light skills than the average civilian. As a young police officer I rarely had a night shift end without searching a building or warehouse with my flashlight after an alarm call or report of suspicious character on the premises.
I’ll close with this…if you can’t quickly and accurately draw and engage a threat at five yards from your carry holster, put this book down and hit the range during daylight conditions first. The low-light skill while a critical one is secondary to having the basic ability to manipulate and shoot your handgun well. Remember that in all of your training, prioritize and execute. Once you have developed a solid level of skill though, the beginning your training with the addition of low light manipulation and shooting is a must, for if you end up needing that particular skillset, things have gotten a bit edgy.
Until Then - Train Hard!
-Mike S.
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Low Light Fight Training Program
Chapter 1: Low Light Principles - The Keys To Low Light Fighting
 Understanding that without handgun skills, flashlight skills are useless
 Review low light shooting statistics
 Are you going to hold the light Separated or Integrated?
 Advantages & disadvantages to weapon mounted lights
 Realize the goals our low light "system" must allow us to do
 Analyze potential techniques that will allow you to select the best one for you
 Understanding the differences in searching for a threat A) before the threat is located or B) once a potential threat is located
TIP: If your low light position or technique does not allow you to defend your head, it has failed you!
Chapter 2: Gear Talk - Selecting the Proper Low Light Tools to Win the Fight
 What night sights are, if you need them and if there is a better sight for your needs
 What to actually focus on when deciding on a weapon-mounted light for your handgun
 When you'll want to use a handheld light instead of a weapon mounted light
 Why you'll need to learn handheld light skills when dealing with sub-compacts
Chapter 3: Shooting And Combatives - Dealing With The Threat At 1-3 Yards
 Different positions to keep your gun when searching through rooms, hallways and around corners
 Caging - How to protect your head from getting hit and keeping yourself from getting knocked down
 The 3 different striking styles and the best one for different situations
Chapter 4: Light Search And Engage Techniques - Finding And Addressing The Threat At 3+ Yards
 What the key feature to any weapon-mounted light is
 What to practice to strengthen muzzle control with a weapon mounted light
 With a Weapon Mounted Light The differences in using your weapon mounted light in Search and Engage modes
 What to practice to become confident in your skills if you decide to shoot the bad guy
 What I look for in reliable handheld lights
 3 reasons why I don't like the Chin Index one-handed light technique
 The Eye Index technique that I teach, which is modified from the neck index I learned at the Federal Air Marshal Training Academy
 Why you need to use the gun and light separately and appropriately when you're in Search Mode instead of the Eye Index
 I'll go over Eye Index drills for you to practice
 The rare occasions two-handed techniques are necessary
 What two-handed technique is best for you? Harries Technique and Bill Rogers’ Technique
 When to decide to go two-handed
Improper Light Position, Shadow Covers Hand
Proper Light Position, Shadow Covers Hand
This picture shows the shadow effect from having the light too low, which covers up portions of the threat and/ or their hand limiting your ability to make decisions.
Chapter 5: Room Search and Movement - Key Tactics In Your Low Light Plan
 How to open a door while maintaining your grip on your flashlight and your gun
 Why having a friend set up surprises during training will help take you to the next level
 The value of a strobe feature and how to effectively use it to your advantage
 The setup lots of light companies are selling that you need to AVOID
Chapter 6: Low Light Training Drills - Dry Fire And Live Fire Skill Development
5 Dry Fire Drills | 5 Live Fire Drills
 Skills Trained
 Low Light Training Schedule
 Refer to Your Defensive Handgun Training Program for advanced skill developing low light drills
This is how to handle a door. Notice the muzzle position (not covering hand) and also the handheld light in my hand.
BONUS CHAPTER: Defensive Rifle - Setting Up For Low Light
This chapter is largely the “meat and potatoes” of the book and it addresses:
 Light Selection
 Light Placement
 Light Use With A Rifle
 Alternate Lighting Solutions
Think of each chapter you go through as a step in the process you need to go through to develop your skill and truly prepare yourself for a lethal encounter.
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VIDEO TRAINING
 7 Technique Training Videos 
 5 Dry Fire Drills 
 5 Live Fire Drills
     (13-Videos, 80-Minutes)
TRAINING BOOKS
 Low Light Fight Training Program 
This complete Low Light training system includes Low Light Fight Training Program Book with13 Technique & Drill Training Videosthat will take your flashlight skills to the next level!
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