It's All Self Defense Training
It seems today that self defense training is no longer granted the importance it once was or should be. Self defense training is just about the only way an individual has to protect himself against those larger than himself. And though perhaps in the old days, one's self defense training was brawls on the farm, or bar fights, we've become "cultured" to the point where Americans think that self defense training is unnecessary.
And not only self defense training, but gun training and gun ownership in general. Self defense training can not be ignored – what are you going to do if someone attempts to knock you out and take your wallet? But firearms training and gun ownership can not be ignored either – what are you going to do if someone draws a gun on you and demands your wallet? If you have no firearms training, odds are you'll be reduced to putty.
But if you have defensive handgun training – self defense training with a gun – you won't have to be reduced to a blithering idiot. That's the way that Front Sight Firearms Training Institute feels. Dr. Ignatius Piazza, the founder and director of Front Sight, feels the same way. Dr. Ignatius Piazza is no stranger to help and understanding the importance of training – he was a chiropractor for years before he founded the nation's leading firearms training school – Front Sight.
Front Sight is now the powerhouse in firearms training. Front Sight delivers firearms training to more students than all other shooting schools in America combined. With this impressive statistic, you can believe that the firearms training, the armed self defense training, that one gets from Front Sight is the finest in the world. So whether you're interested in handgun training or rifle training, shotgun training or submachine gun training, Front Sight is the place to get it, and Dr. Piazza's and his cadre of instructors are the ones to get it from.
|Front Sight in Sunday Review|