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Old 12-04-2019, 05:10 PM
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Originally Posted by shooter59 View Post
This. Fun drill, so keep us posted, but I can see no scenario where I’d be up and poking around with both holstered light and gun, then suddenly hear a noise and start moving quickly with both. But like I said, fun drill.
Pretty much like dsk said - real life situation you won't be drawing after you go into harm's way, but still a fun drill none the less. I can show you the technique for hand-held light in low-light shoot that Ken teaches, it is real-life practical for most situations.

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Originally Posted by 1911_Kid View Post
Try the same experiment but wear yellow-lime glasses.

I suspect the bright white light is hitting the back of your eye and your eye is straining some, especially when going from dark to flashlight.
Who is going to keep a set of yellow glasses on the nightstand and don them before going to check out bumps in the night, or don them before going into a semi-dark barn or other structure during subdued daylight? Most folks are going in with what they have at an "oh crap!" moment. Find what works in "unexpected" low-light moments that you are LIKELY to respond with. JMHO.
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