Shooting with firearms at night is a very different experience than shooting firearms in the day. (Shocking statement, I know) However, the actual shooting of the firearm isn’t the hard part. Sight alignment, pulling the trigger, and recoil control are all the same at night as they are during the day. What’s different about night shooting is primarily moving from position to position, identifying targets, and random other minutiae of shooting firearms.
These lessons are from a recent run and gun competition I had the opportunity to participate in.
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Brian Purkiss is a firearms enthusiast, competitive shooter, and 2nd Amendment activist. He participates in a wide variety of shooting competition formats, including Run and Gun, USPSA, 3 Gun, 2 Gun, and IDPA.