Active Shooter Defense Seminar – Revgear University – St. Louis

September 17, 2015
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It is becoming increasingly evident that we are living in a world that requires not only situational awareness of the public places and businesses that we frequent during our daily lives, but there is also a need to formulate a plan in the unexpected event that we would come face-to-face with an active shooter.

Active shooter scenarios are becoming more and more common in our society. As unfortunate as they may be, they are largely unavoidable. One thing that can be avoided is being unprepared. Our Active Shooter Defense Seminar hosted by Revgear University and offered at the St. Louis Regional Workshop teaches not only gun defense but also how to disarm and neutralize active shooters in a variety of environments.

This seminar is lead by Darren Levine, Chief Instructor and 6th Degree Black Belt at Krav Maga Worldwide. The detailed curriculum will teach how to defend against handguns, rifles, shotguns, hostage scenarios and third party threats. Including how to defend against an armed intruder in a residence, in the workplace, businesses, and other locations in the public domain. Training scenarios include: dealing with attackers on the move, while hunting down and targeting victims in rooms, and around corners of a structure, and in varying lighting conditions. Learn More & Register At: http://revgearuniversity.com/workshops/st-louis/

Founded in 1996 by Paul Reavlin, Revgear has proudly earned the distinguished acclaim ‘Pro Gear for Pro Fighters’ and continues to be the leading innovator and manufacturer of Martial Arts equipment including training gear, fight gear and fight apparel. The Revgear winning formula of supreme construction and cutting edge technology allows them to succeed in their strives to meet the training needs of athletes and competitors all over the world with durable equipment that can withstand the most demanding bouts. Revgear’s innovation creates products that are devoted to specifically meeting and exceeding the needs of those training in Martial Arts, MMA, Boxing, Self-Defense or Fitness Training.