A lot of great articles from Max and DTG on night fighting and low light considerations. We would like to piggyback on their shirt tails, adding in some additional thoughts .
Why do object seem to fade out or disappear when we stare right at them at night?
This is called the “Night blind spot”. It is Located in central viewing axis (fovea), the Absence of rod cells in fovea creates the blind spot. The “night blind spot” encompasses a viewing area of 5 to 10 degrees center of your visual field of view.....
Requirements: Rifle and or Pistol, glass / cup preferably a mug with a vertical handle, water.
Firing on the move can be broken down into smaller technical sections i.e. target identification, firing, moving, situational awareness, and reloading. Below we will focus on the movement portion of firing on the move.
Movement and firing with a firearm is much different than static firing. Moving and shooting adds in more challenges for the shooter.....