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Gabriel Suarez
10-06-2003, 05:10 PM
Suarez International has developed a new groundbreaking course
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LOW LIGHT GUNFIGHTINGŪ

Unlike Other Restricted Low Light Classes, Ours Is Open to All Civilian Students

This course is specifically designed for those who may require an enhanced knowledge of the application of diminished light tactics and tools in conjunction with the use of firearms in critical, real world situations. Unlike other reduced light training courses that are open only to police officers, our Low Light GunfightingŪ Course is Open to Civilian Students as well as professionals. The focus is not on selling you our flashlights, or guns, rather our focus is to teach you the best methods for winning in a reduced light confrontation. Suarez International is committed to provide our students with the most modern, combat-proven techniques and tactics to win a low light gunfight. By learning and using tactically correct techniques and methods, you'll ensure your own survival while putting your adversary at a severe tactical disadvantage. Some of the topics to be discussed and trained include:

* Extensive diminished light shooting techniques - Live Fire individualy and in pairs
* O.O.D.A. Cycle
* Reduced light and its effect on the eye and performance.
* Stress-proof threat management with the firearm and an artificial light source.
* A critical analysis of all popular flashlight-assisted shooting techniques.
* The use of gun mounted lights and laser aiming devices
* Tactical movement and use of cover while using an artificial light source.
* Movement, Use of Cover and Concealment
* Adversary Contact Concepts
* Selecting Flashlight Tools
* Tactical weapons handling and safety
* Diminished light search techniques and methods of subject/target identification.
* Unconventional shooting position techniques
* Close Range Gunfighting Skills for diminished light environments



Tuition: $325.00 Operator Level Only, $475.00 Operator/Instructor

Duration: 2 days

Ammunition: Approximately 400 rounds (Minimum)

Requirements: Pistol, Holster, 3 Magazines, Flashlight, Safety Gear

Dates & Locations:
January 24-25, 2004 Corona, CA (Operator)
January 26-27, 2004 Corona, CA (Instructor)*
March 20-21, 2004 - Michigan (Operator)
August 14-15, 2004 Memphis (Operator)

Instructor(s): Wes Doss
Register: Through Suarez International
(Office) 928-776-4492
(Fax) 928-776-8218

Gabriel Suarez
10-10-2003, 01:35 PM
Gentlemen and Ladies,

I received a call today from an individual that was concerned that our LOW LIGHT GUNFIGHTINGŪ Course was somehow intended as a special "attack" at someone's training organization.

Honestly, I was dumbfounded. That someone would consider that we would spend the time to design a course, research curriculum, spend the time conducting market research on our customers, and then go to the extremes to actually schedule three classes(several more dates are coming soon)simply in order to somehow attack them is ludicrous, and indicative of jealousy and a lack of humility.

Why did Suarez International USA develop a LOW LIGHT GUNFIGHTINGŪ course? One reason only -

Suarez International is committed to provide our students with the most modern, combat-proven techniques and tactics to win a gunfight.
Hardly an intended attack on anyone.

One thing that we do which is different from other academies, and perhaps gives heart-burn to those guys, is that we DO NOT RESTRICT OUR COURSES TO LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL as some other schools do.

We do not begrudge those who do not wish to train civilians for philosophical or other reasons, but we simply do not agree with their philosophy. A nation that does not trust its citizens with knowledge will soon not trust them with weapons, and then not with other rights.

Our belief is that civilian personnel deserve to know how to defend themselves as well, if not better, as any uniformed personnel, and we will not hold anything back from them in our courses.

Our class is an answer to the demands of the 21st Century training industry, and to requests from our civilian students for training that was heretofore unavailable to them. Period. I think we've answered that request and demand quite well.

http://www.suarezinternational.com/lowlightgunfighting.html

Scout
10-10-2003, 02:43 PM
Gabe,

Your link is not working.

MTS
10-10-2003, 03:57 PM
I played around with the URL and got this to come up;

http://www.suarezinternational.com/lowlightgunfighting.html (http://www.suarezinternational.com/lowlightgunfighting.html)

Gabriel Suarez
10-10-2003, 04:08 PM
Fixed it!!!!!