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1 “NRA Show 2012” Protecting yourself and your Firearm “Handgun Retention” Be the vic-tim or the vic-tor….your choice!

2 Introduction to Instructor ProfessionalProfessional- Graduated first Police Academy in 1985 PersonalPersonal – Studied various martial art styles in Judo, Jujitsu, Russian Sambo, Krav-Maga, Japanese Shoot Fighting, other fighting styles prior to developing this course. From researched and studied 5 major DT Programs – LAPD, Miami Metro Dade, FBI, NYPD, DFW OrganizationsOrganizations – Chairman of PoliceOne.com Advisory Board, Police Magazine Advisory, Active member of ILEETA, NODS, and Florida SWAT Association, IALEFI, GAILEFI ExperienceExperience – Over 35 years of grappling, martial arts experience and real world encounters copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 2

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4 Importance of Selecting the Right Holster Purpose, design, levels, expectations!

5 Important facts about Firearm Owners and their gear! There are typically 3 reasons for mission failure; Owner’s performance, weapon failure, gear ineffectiveness!

6 FACT #1 Between the firearm and holster the Firearm Owner is carries; it is the holster protects the most important piece of equipment they carry!

7 Facts #2 The person responsible for buying the right holster for their gun is the Firearm Owner is typically NOT the Firearm Owner that will be using the equipment!

8 Fact #3 A Firearm Owner will spend less time drawing their firearm from their holster during training; then any other physical task operating their firearm; and it is drawing the firearm that allows them the ability to fire their firearm!

9 Holster Security vs. Holster Safety Bad guy getting your weapon Firearm Owner operating their holster when they need it! VS. 9copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young

10 Holster SECURITY should NEVER Compromise Holster SAFETY; Because holster safety means Firearm Owner SAFETY

11 Purpose of a holster  Secure firearm to a designated location for Firearm Owner during times of; tanding  Running  Sitting in their car  Kneeling/Sitting/Ground/Prone  Physically defending their life  Driving a car  Shopping copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 11

12 Where Do holsters break? Things you should know!

13 Weakest places on a holster Back Strap Feature breaks Belt Loops from Belt Belt Shank from Belt Loop Belt Shank from Holster Firearm from Holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 13

14 Weakest places on a holster Back Strap Feature breaks – This is very common from pulling, tugging, twisting, grabbing firearm while in holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 14

15 Hood Break copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 15

16 Hoods Stretch copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 16

17 Effected by Environmental copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 17

18 Watch Gun Kick out from holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 18

19 Holster Safety Alert copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 19

20 Weakest places on a holster Belt Loops from Belt – This is from the pulling, tugging and twisting on a firearm while inside the holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 20

21 Belt Loops Break copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 21

22 Belt Loops Break copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 22

23 Weakest places on a holster Belt shank from Belt Loop – This is pulling, tugging, twisting during a struggle, or if holster gets caught on fence or other hard objects copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 23

24 Belt Shank Break copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 24

25 Weakest places on a holster Belt Shank from Holster – In addition to the other reasons mentioned this is from the pulling, twisting or torking on a firearm inside the holster due to the way it secures to belt loop and belt copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 25

26 Belt Shank from the Holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 26

27 Quick Connect from the Holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 27

28 Body Drop copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 28

29 Weakest places on a holster Firearm from Holster – Due to the other reasons mentioned plus the interlocking features break copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 29

30 Firearm from Holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 30

31 Holsters Which one do you HAVE? DO YOU HAVE THE ONE YOU NEED!

32 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young32 Tree Pull Test Belt-loop evaluation

33 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young33 Tree Pull Test Holster Durability

34 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young34

35 Tree Pull Test copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 35

36 Body Drop copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 36

37 Rear Camera – Concealment Holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 37

38 Rear Camera – Concealment Holster copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 38

39 Performance Expectation Every Firearm Owner has a certain expectation of performance of their gear Make sure your company STANDS behind! copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 39

40 Types of Pull Test Tree Person –Standing & Ground –Front/Rear/Single/Angle copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 40

41 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young41

42 Handgun Retention Standing, on the Ground, or in Water “One System to Remember” “One System to Teach”

43 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young43

44 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young44

45 History of Handgun Retention Early ’s Handgun Retention wasn’t highlighted as part of a training curriculum by the firearms instructor Conducted through guided discussions when issued their firearm as a safety issue Level 1 Holsters were worn – Meaning only 1 step to deploy the firearm (Grab and Draw) Hold and Hit Response! copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 45

46 History of Handgun Retention Early ’s Handgun Retention was highlighted as part of a training curriculum-By DT Instructors-NOT Firearm Instructors Level 2 Holsters were worn – Meaning 2 steps to deploy the firearm (Grab, Unsnap safety strap and Draw) Paddle, Flap and break front holsters for Revolvers Jim Lindell is considered to be the father of Handgun Retention Secure weapon with both hands and twist!- Do whatever it takes! copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 46

47 History of Handgun Retention Early 1990’s Handgun Retention is part of a training curriculum-By Use of Force Trainers Level 3 Holsters are worn – Meaning 3 steps to deploy the firearm (Grab, Unsnap safety strap, twist back, rock forward, push and pull etc and Draw) High Level Security Holsters for Semi Automatics Power Lock on Weapon and Attempt to Disengage, Control or Escalate Use of Force copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 47

48 According to FBI Bulletin A large majority of Firearm Owners who have their firearms taken in a struggle with a subject are shot with their own weapon. copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 48

49 4 Phases to Handgun Retention

50 Phases of Instruction Awareness Avoidance Retention Disarming/Use of Force Options copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 50

51 Awareness Ensuring the Firearm Owner is aware they are wearing a firearm Wearing a firearm changes everything regarding Firearm Owner safety Changes body positioning, posture, stance, how we interact, how we respond. copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 51

52 Awareness Mental consciences of knowing you are wearing a firearm. Balance & Positioning of the Firearm Owner copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 52

53 Avoidance Physical positioning Guarding Weapon with Strong hand Shielding Weapon with support hand copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 53

54 Retention Power Lock on weapon to secure firearm Securing elbow & Shielding head Disable to disengage or escalate copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 54

55 Handgun Retention IN Holster

56 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 56 Standing Mirror Grab

57 Standing Cross Grab copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 57

58 Standing 2 Hand Grab copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 58

59 Standing REAR Mirror Grab copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 59

60 Standing REAR Cross Grab copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 60

61 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 61 Standing REAR 2 Hand Grab - Drop & Draw

62 Standing REAR 2 Hand Grab - Drop – Draw Engage Threat copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 62

63 Breakout Drills Practice, Practice, Practice

64 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young64 On the Ground you do the SAME THING!

65 Guarding on The Ground copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 65 Wiggle to Gun side down Strong elbow/forearm guarding weapon

66 Shielding copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 66 Drop Gun side Elbow Load Support Hand

67 Shielding copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 67 Clear with Support Hand Create Distance

68 Power Lock on Weapon copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 68 Lift Hips Lock Weapon

69 Power Lock on Elbow copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 69 Secure Elbow Shield Head

70 Lift Hips Roll on Stomach copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 70 RollOn Stomach

71 Hand on Triceps Check Weapon copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 71 Hand on Triceps Check Weapon

72 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 72 Four Point Position Scan Area 4 Point Position & Scan

73 Mirror Grab on Stomach copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 73

74 Cross Grab on Stomach copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 74

75 Cross Grab on Back copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 75

76 2 hand Grab on Stomach – Walk Out copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 76

77 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young77 NEVER WAIT – BREAKAWAY AND GO!

78 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young78 JUST BECAUSE THE WEAPON COMES OUT – YOU ARE STILL WINNING

79 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young79 Hang-On – Stay Focused

80 copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young80 CONTROL – ACCESS – EVALUATE

81 Use of Force Options  Escaping  Compliance through compression  Front Neck Support Technique  Contact Shots  Deadly Force Alternatives  Disarming copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 81

82 Use of Force Options Remember if you do not pre- program a direct physical response under stress you will not get what you need! copyrighted 1992 by Dave Young 82

83 Survival Tip to remember Have a plan! Practice proper tactics! Anticipate danger!

84 84 Dave Young Founder & Director ARMA Training Website:


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