PLGT Low Light Course was conducted at the Rock Cut Range, outside Powassan, Ontario Canada on 20-21 April 2013. The Primary Training Audience (PTA) for this course is the proficient shooter with the need to operate tactically in adverse lighting conditions. While concentrating on consistency of platform and proven tactics, techniques and procedure (TTPs), the course covered daylight and low-light firearms operation, dry-fire and live fire drills. Earl Green, the owner and chief instructor for Phase Line Green Tactical, has over 18 years of instructing tactical operators for multiple police forces and private teams. He draws on his experience in provincial policing and nuclear security teams which included “uniform patrol, uniform supervision, use of force and firearms training, tactical training, tactical operations, specialized training development and delivery, executive protection and criminal investigations.”
|Earl Green covering the fundamentals of pistol operation|
|While a student zeroes his rifle, an informal brief on |
GSW kits was given by an experienced military medic.
|Demonstrating the fundamentals of grips, |
sights and trigger control.
|One possible method of transitioning from primary |
to secondary with no sling mounted on carbine.
|Daylight Pistol Warmup at 3-5-7 meters.|
|FBI and Neck Index technique at 3-5-7 meters|