I’ve done various night shoots. The act of shooting the firearm is no different than during the day. Point the gun, pull the trigger. It’s everything that surrounds firing the gun, movement, identifying the target, and generally dealing with limited visibility that is different about night shooting.
I’ve also observed there’s a sizeable mental block with night shooting. I watched a skilled shooter struggle with a stage I know he could have blitzed through during the day. He had a weapon mounted light and no reason to be missing those shots. But it was his first time shooting at night.
I’ve you’ve never shot a firearm at night, don’t let your first experience be a home defense situation or a CCW situation. At the absolute minimum, dedicate some dry fire time to navigating your home at night with a firearm. But it’s definitely best to find a night shooting class. It’s quite educational and tons of fun.