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Elzetta Offers Low-Light Zombie Shoot

July 11, 2012  | 

Elzetta Design will offer the Low Light Tactical Training and Zombie Shootan affordable and fun opportunity to gain valuable tactical firearms training for low light conditions, according to the company.

The training event will be held on Oct. 27 at the American Institute of Marksmanship (AIM) in Cave City, Ky.

Professional instructors will offer tactics for overcoming the darkness with pistols, rifles, carbines, and shotguns. Following the day of serious training will be a just-for-fun live-fire "zombie shoot" to hone the low-light skills learned in the classroom and on the range.

The event will also feature vendors, product demonstrations, and door prizes.  A special guest, History Channel's "Top Shot" champion Dustin Ellermann, will also be at the event.

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