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Location: Goldendale, WA.
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As last light fades from the day...leaving a positive impression that all is well with my soul.


Time to grab the NVGs...I train now.

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Low light training is an eye opener to many. The use of a good flashlight and engaging targets in low light is humbling. Nightsights is a must for carry guns!

Many think they know but they have actually never done it. It’s like weak hand shooting. Many think they can do it but again never have.

NVG is a whole different ballgame. In total black out the one that can “see” will most likely win.

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