Practical Training for Handgun-Mounted Flashlights and Lasers | CCM

Firearms instructors sometimes find themselves teaching controversial subjects, and it is always important to ensure the training session is relevant to and realistic for the students in attendance. Doing so will always yield better results than simply implementing a generic lesson plan that provides an overview of the subject matter without specifics related to student needs.


This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/blog/lights-sights-for-night-fights-practical-training-for-pistol-mounted-flashlights-and-lasers/


Here is a good article on low light shooting.

I have a question regarding laser sights. I wear trifocals with progressive lenses which makes it somewhat difficult to try and focus on more than one thing at a time. I was wondering if a red or green laser would be of benefit to me. Any thoughts or inf I fall would be most appreciated.