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BEGINNERS WORKSHOP – ADTA Everett – In-Depth Dry-Fire Training for New Shooters

  • Saturday, November 11, 2023
  • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  • Refuge Church, 2609 Larch Way, Lynnwood WA 98036
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Join us for an ADTA BEGINNERS WORKSHOP – In-Depth Dry-Fire Training for New Shooters
  • No firearms experience required to attend.
  • Plan on arriving 15 minutes early to check in.
  • VENUE:  Refuge Church - Lynnwood.

Event Description:

Our Beginners Workshop provides in-depth training for both new handgun owners and experienced shooters who want to refresh their skills. This 4-hour event covers all the basics of handgun safety and operation in one session.  Includes many skills needed to get your Safe Shooter certification and participate in Live-Fire events.  Enrollment is limited so that you receive lots of personal attention.

What you will learn in this workshop:

  • How to handle a variety of real handguns safely – using non-firing dummy training rounds – under the supervision of ADTA Range Safety Officers.
  • How to hold, aim and dry-fire a handgun.
  • How to draw from the holster.
  • How to participate in a Live-Fire shooting line.
  • Find out how to earn your ADTA “Safe Shooter” certification and get signed off on some of the requirements.
Event includes these Safe Shooter requirements:
  • The 4 Basic Rules of Gun Safety.
  • Dealing with unsafe gun handling.

  • Naming the parts of a pistol & revolver.
  • The 12-Step Basic Dry-Fire Exercise.

  • The 5-Step Basic Holster Exercise.

Firearm Safety Protocol:

Firearm safety is of absolute importance to us. There are several rules that must be followed for everyone’s safety. 

1. One of our Range Safety Officers (RSOs) will greet you and clear any handgun you have with you at the door.

2. This is a DRY-FIRE class. All handguns present must be unloaded. No attendees are allowed to have ammunition anywhere in the room. Please leave all ammunition in your vehicle or with a Safety Officer.

3. If you have your own pistol and magazines, please feel free to bring them, unloaded. If you do not yet have a pistol, we can provide an (unloaded) one for the practice exercises.

4. Handling of firearms must take place while being supervised and directed by an ADTA instructor. When not taking part in an exercise, please keep your handgun on the practice tables (or in a holster or case).



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