I just finished some low light training and wanted to know what is everyone's preferred method of shooting in low light situations?
I usually practice FBI style. For one thing, I can use any flashlight this way whether the button is on the side or a tailcap. Also, I anticipate that most of the time I'm going to use a flashlight, it will be for searching which means 1, I don't want to accidentally paint a family member by pointing gun and light together and 2, I don't want a light close to center mass.
Second to that, I like the Chapman technique. I found I'm pretty accurate with it, especially my follow up shots. So if I'm going to have my light close to the gun for a shootout (and I don't have a rail-mounted light), that's how I prefer to do it.