Learn how to survive a low-light lethal force encounter by using a firearm in conjunction with a flashlight. In these 1-minute Law Shield videos, shooters can get tips on the most important aspects of choosing a carry flashlight, and then see three ways to deploy a light in tandem with a handgun.
The presenter is Trent Lozano, chief of operations at Saddle River Range in Conroe, Texas. Previously, he has worked as a personal protection agent and private investigator and is a former major crimes detective and SWAT team member. He teaches the Texas Concealed Handgun License course and has certifications as an NRA Pistol Instructor and Chief Range Safety Officer and as a Glock Armorer and M&P Armorer.
In the first video, Lozano explains three things he wants in a carry light: illumination up to 25 yards; being comfortable in his hand, and having a pocket clip.
In the second video, Lozano describes and illustrates three light-presentation methods: Harries technique, FBI Stance, and Neck Index.
What light do you like? And how have you trained to present it? Let us hear your choices and techniques in the comments section below.