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BEGINNERS WORKSHOP – ADTA Everett – Basic Training for New Shooters

  • Saturday, February 06, 2021
  • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Refuge Church, 2609 Larch Way, Lynnwood WA 98036
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BEGINNERS WORKSHOP – Basic Training for New Shooters

Event Description:

Our Beginners Workshop provides “basic training” for new handgun owners and shooters who want to refresh their skills. This is a dry-fire event that covers all the basics of handgun safety and operation in one 4-hour session. Includes many skills needed to get your Safe Shooter certification.  Enrollment is limited so that you get lots of personal attention.

In this workshop you will:

  • Handle a variety of real handguns safely – using non-firing dummy training rounds – under the supervision of ADTA Range Safety Officers.
  • Learn how to hold, aim and dry-fire a handgun.
  • Learn how to draw from the holster.
  • Learn how to earn your ADTA “Safe Shooter” certification and get signed off on many of the requirements.
Event includes these Safe Shooter requirements:
  • The 4 Basic Rules of Gun Safety.

  • The 12-Step Basic Dry-Fire Exercise.

  • The 5-Step Basic Holster Exercise.

  • Naming the parts of a pistol & revolver.

  • Dealing with unsafe gun handling.

Firearm Safety Protocol:

This protocol must be followed for everyone's safety. ADTA Range Safety Officers (RSOs) will be present to check you in at the door.

  1. If you are a concealed pistol license holder, you are of course welcome to do so responsibly at our events.
  2. At most of our workshops we encourage our attendees to actively participate in exercises or scenarios.
  3. For everyone's safety, we require that active workshop participants not be carrying a loaded firearm.
  4. For everyone's safety, handling of firearms is not permitted during ADTA workshop events except by the supervised, specific direction of an ADTA official.
  5. Our ADTA Range Safety Officers will be present to help all attendees unload and clear any firearms prior to participating.
  6. 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.


             

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