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Low Light Training

Low-Light Training

MotoShot | Moving and Reactive Target Training

Imagine walking down a dark alleyway and suddenly being confronted with a threat. Officers need to get their flashlight from their duty belts, illuminate the target, identify the target, isolate the target, determine friend or foe, achieve target acquisition, move to cover if possible and fire their weapon if deemed necessary to do so, and all in a split second.

Depending on your department’s policy, officers can carry a stand-alone flashlight or a flashlight that mounts to the firearm. In today’s law enforcement training regiments, most departments are training with both options. Using a handheld flashlight requires a different training technique. In either case the Motoshot offers an outstanding platform to train in both methods.

“Move MotoShot in and out of low light situations challenging officers to make those difficult but correct decisions”  

MotoShot can be that innocent bystander or a threat. Move the device in and out of low light situations challenging officers to make those difficult but correct decisions. MotoShot can be equipped with simulated weapons or objects that may appear to be a weapon in low light situations.

by Glen Hartman | Hudson Police Department

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