Defensive Pistol 2 [Low-Light Tactics]

Defensive Pistol 02 [Low-Light Tactics]

Course Tuition:
  • $125.00

  • Defensive Pistol 01
  • Valid Concealed Carry Permit
What to bring to class:
  • 400 Rounds of Factory New Ammunition [No Reloads]
  • Dummy/Inert Rounds [Minimum 4]
  • Concealed Carry Holster
  • Concealed Carry Pistol
  • At least two additional magazines or speed loaders
  • Hand-held flashlight in addition to any pistol-mounted lighting [with appropriate hoster.]


Jeff Petty has over 14 years of Law Enforcement experience. While a police officer, besides the patrol division, he served on the department's Tactical Response Team as Team Leader. He was also a Certified Sniper for the Team and was essential in the Team's Firearms training and Hand-to-Hand Arrest and Defensive Tactics. Jeff is a Certified Firearms Instructor in Pistol, Shotgun, Tactical/Patrol Rifle (i.e. AR-15), and Taser ECW. He is also a Control Tactics, Knife Defense, PPCT, and Gracie Survival Tactics Instructor. In addition to being a department Firearms Instructor, he was also responsible in developing and implementing the department's Hand-to-Hand Control Tactics, and Taser ECW training. Jeff has a Criminal Justice Degree and extensive training in several martial arts disciplines.

Joel Wheeler is a retired Law Enforcement Officer with 30 years experience. He is a Certified Firearms Instructor in Pistol, Shotgun, Tactical/Patrol Rifle (i.e. AR-15), Sub-gun, Less Lethal Impact Devices, and Law Enforcement Precision Rifle (i.e. Sniper). As a police officer he served in the capacity of Patrol Officer, Detective, Patrol Sergeant, and Administrative Sergeant. During his career he served on the Tactical Response Team as Point Man, Team Leader, and then as Team Commander. Joel has a Liberal Arts Degree, Police Science Degree, Criminal Justice Administration Degree, and graduate work in Criminal Justice Administration. He is also a graduate of the F.B.I. National Academy.


This course will cover shooting in Low-Light and No-Light conditions using Hand-Held Flashlights and Firearm Mounted Lighting. Students will learn how to properly use a flashlight with their firearm and experience some of the challenges of shooting in the dark. What do you do when it is time to reload in the dark, clear malfunctions, etc? Additionally, students will participate in Low-Light & No-Light scenario-based situations.