Presented by ADTA Everett:
Handgun Takeaway & Retention
FREE HANDS-ON WORKSHOP—Open to ADTA members, friends, family, and the public.
Please RSVP to let us know you will be there!
VENUE: American Legion Hall Post 127, Woodinville, WA 98072
Firearms are most effective at a modest distance. In a defensive situation, you may need to defend against a firearm at arm's length, or retain control of your own firearm while struggling with an opponent attempting to take it from you. Join us for this informative, hands-on participation seminar on pistol and shotgun take-away techniques and retention techniques at close-quarters contact distance.
We will be using inert training guns for this exercise. This is a good confidence building skill to have because you never know when you are going to have to deal with something like this. A home invasion robbery scenario comes to mind.
The ADTA's mission is to offer practical self-defense skills in a safe, empowering, and supportive environment. This hands-on workshop is free and open to the public.
Firearm Safety Protocol:
ADTA Range Safety Officers (RSOs) will be present to check you in at the door.
- If you are a concealed pistol license holder, you are of course welcome to do so responsibly at our events.
- At most of our workshops we encourage our attendees to actively participate in exercises or scenarios.
- For everyone's safety, we require that active workshop participants not be carrying a loaded firearm.
- If you are participating in the workshop, you may also secure and lock your own firearm in your vehicle prior to entering the workshop venue.
- For everyone's safety, handling of firearms is not permitted during ADTA workshop events except by the supervised, specific direction of an ADTA official.
- Our ADTA Range Safety Officers will be present to help all attendees unload and clear any firearms prior to participating.
- This protocol must be followed for everyone's safety.
Have a question about ADTA membership, events, or activities? Many ADTA members are available both before and after the presentation to help. Just look for our members wearing ADTA hats and shirts.