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Front Sight is Changing the Way Everyone Looks at Shotgun Training

Don't ever try to tell Dr. Ignatius Piazza that shotgun training is a bit excessive for the needs of an average citizen. He'll probably tell you straight off that every citizen should not only be receiving shotgun training, but also rifle training, handgun training, maybe even rocket launcher training or 50 caliber helicopter training. Dr. Ignatius Piazza is the founder and director of Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, America's leader in firearms training. The training that is available at Front Sight is top-notch, and blows all other training out of the water. Evidenced by the fact that Front Sight delivers gun training to more students every year than all other shooting schools in the nation combined, Front Sight is the place to go for any gun training – even shotgun training.

And why is Dr. Piazza so adamant about all Americans getting firearms training? Well, he feels so strongly for two reasons. One, the better you understand firearms and guns, and the more firearms training that you receive, the fewer gun-related accidents happen around you, and the less likely you are to be the victim of a gun-related, violent crime. It's simple: the fact of the matter is that gun training equals gun safety. The second reason for Dr. Piazza's vociferous support of firearms training is that the Second Amendment is quite clear that citizens are not only to be allowed to bear arms, they're all but expected to! The Second Amendment exists in order to allow citizens to form a militia in the event of one being needed.

So from Front Sight and Dr. Piazza's eyes, all citizens should be getting gun training. And that doesn't stop at handgun training, it extends to shotgun training, rifle training, submachine gun training, self defense
training; armed and unarmed. If all Americans received firearms training, especially firearms training from any one of the courses available at Front Sight, we would have a safer country; neighborhoods would be safer; and women could walk alone at night safely.


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