Learn what it takes to be a responsible firearms owner from one of the top experts in gun handling and use
In this 45 minute webinar Dave Young, a speaker at last year’s Annual NRA Meeting and NSSF’s annual SHOT Show, explains how owning a firearm brings responsibility far beyond just getting certification training and occasionally going to the range.
Here is just some of you’ll learn:
- Four requirements for being a Responsible Firearms Owner (RFO)
- Four firearm safety rules
- How to ensure your family are gun-safe
- Role of gross motor skills in gun handling
- Importance of using real-world training scenarios
- Ideas for stress inoculation
- How to develop a family action plan
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Dave Young is recognized as one of the nation’s leading personal safety and tactical-defense instructors. In his work with police, corrections and the military, he specializes in police survival training, ground fighting tactics, use-of-force intervention options, crowd management, non-lethal weaponry, chemical and specialty impact munitions, and water-based defensive tactics.
In his training programs, Dave combines a unique blend of physical expertise, teaching know-how and a hands-on approach. He his known for using anatomically correct techniques and gross-motor skill responses, which dramatically reduces learning time.
His background includes being a corrections and law enforcement officer in the state of Florida, gate sentry, patrol officer, watch commander, investigator, Special Reaction Team (SRT) Team member and commander in the United States Marine Corps. He has participated as a control system designer for both military and civilian authorities.
Dave’s focus on real-world training scenarios and his ability to create real-world training programs are unmatched in the industry.
From 2005-2008 Dave hosted a special television series for National Geographic titled, Crash Test Human. This unique television show focused on Dave’s expertise with product testing and evaluation – and included Dave surviving a head on car collision, being trapped in submerged car, and spending time in a hyper baric chamber.
He has been featured in many police publications, Wall Street Journal, National Esquire and People Magazine for his innovation with defensive tactics and dedication to survival training.
In recent years Dave has taken his background and expertise and applied it to developing programs for the general public — including parents, students, educators, martial artists, and executives. These programs focus on personal safety awareness and how to respond when things go bad.