Shooting in low light with a flashlight is a reality that every handgun shooters should embrace to become proficient with. Matt Graham of Graham Combat takes a no-nonsense approach when having to use the best technique to hold the flashlight while getting sights on target.
Matt covers the different ways to hold the flashlight, but the bottom line is get that light and sight on target. There shouldn’t be any fiddling to play with the flashlight then putting muzzle to the target. Everything should be spontaneous and instinctively.
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The homework is to practice with these methods to get familiarize but choose the one that is comfortable that works in most situations.