TENEBRIS (DARK)

Tenebris (Dark) WITH jbs tRAINING gROUP - $450

On demand performance in any environment is tough. However, the environment that presents the widest range of challenges to overcome is in the total absence of light. Shooting while utilizing night vision technology is by far the most efficient way to overcome the obstacles a shooter faces in an extremely low light or no light environment. Nightvision allows the shooter to gain visual input in a place where vision is otherwise extremely limited or simply not available at all. Utilizing Nightvision is only beneficial however, if the shooter knows and understands the most efficient ways to use it. Performance Tenebris is a course designed strictly around performance principles as they apply to the use of Nightvision devices.

Students that attend this course can expect to learn best practices and proper techniques as they apply to the use of Nightvision in a performance based environment.

*Safety is paramount. This course is NOT for beginners. You should have attended at minimum a basic carbine AND basic pistol course taught by a reputable training company in order to attend. A qualification drill will be required at the beginning of class. It is not difficult to pass if you possess the most basic safety and weapon manipulation skills. You will be given two attempts to pass the qual. If you fail both attempts, you must leave the class and a refund will not be issued.*

COURSE QUALIFIER

Dark 1, 2, 3 Drill

Target size is the A zone of a standard IPSC/USPSA silhouette. (Or a piece of printer paper)

Starting conditions:

  • One round in the rifle with an empty magazine inserted Fully loaded pistol

  • Fully loaded spare rifle magazine on your person

  • Starting at 5 yards, on the beep shooter will engage target with one shot from the rifle, safely transition to the pistol, engage target with two rounds from the pistol, reholster pistol, reload the rifle, safely move back to the 10 yard line, engage target with three rounds from the rifle. 20 second par time must be met or exceeded.

 

Topics covered include but, are not limited to:

  • Safety as it applies to darkness

  • Gear choice and set up

  • Navigating changing environments

  • Proper zeroing procedure and techniques

  • Reloads

  • Malfunction clearance

  • Shooting techniques applicable to laser aiming modules

  • Passive aiming through optics

  • Transitions to alternate weapon systems/optic systems

  • White light integration

  • Target transitions on the parallel and perpendicular planes

  • Manipulations of IR spectrum energy to gain desired outputs

  • Dynamic movement under NODs

 

Gear requirements:

  • Helmet/skull crusher and head mounted night vision device. (Goggles or mono unit)

  • Serviceable carbine in 5.56/.223, 7.62X39, 5.45×39, .300BLK, with white light, IR laser aiming module, and users choice of optic. * A SUPPRESSOR IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
    (Students may arrive with an ir illuminator and optic only, and choose to shoot the course passively if they wish).

  • Serviceable handgun with night sights, or red dot optic, and holster for applicable handgun set up. (White light mounted on pistol is encouraged)

  • Minimum 3 magazines for the carbine Minimum 2 magazines for the handgun

  • Ability to carry one carbine mag and one pistol mag on your person while moving.

  • 1000 ROUNDS FOR THE RIFLE

  • 600 ROUNDS FOR THE PISTOL

  • IR chem lights 2 ea.

  • Snacks/food/water

  • Note taking material

  • Electronic ear pro

  • CLEAR eye pro (wrap around style preferred)

  • Rain gear as applicable

  • Lube and tools to fix downed equipment

  • Spare batteries for ALL power consuming devices

  • Handheld white light that stays on your person

  • Knee/elbow pads if needed