Handguns and Handgun Training Must Be Made a Part of Every American's Life
Handguns and handgun training must be made a part of every American's life. We must confront the fact that in America today, we are faced with criminals and aggressive, potentially lethal trouble sources who could end our lives because they have a firearm and we have no firearms training. Obviously, self defense training is something that a person gets in order to better prepare himself for the eventuality of being in physical harm, wouldn't one want to get firearms training, or more specifically handgun training to keep on safe from harm in the event of being confronted with handguns or firearms?
Front Sight Firearms Training Institute certainly thinks so, as does it's founder and director, Dr. Ignatius Piazza, a former California chiropractor. Dr. Piazza and Front Sight operate with the intention to deliver to America the finest firearms training available. His training courses cover not only handgun training, but also shotgun training, rifle training and unarmed self defense training. Dr. Piazza is a Four Weapons Combat Master, one of the most illustrious firearms training certification available, of which there was only one other at the time of his receiving his certification.
Featured in magazines and newspapers all over the globe for his firearms training that far surpasses anything reached in most police academies and boot camps, Dr. Piazza has been featured in National Enquirer for his aims to make Front Sight into a fully functional, self-standing residential community based entirely around firearms and the world's finest firearms training. Already on its way to becoming a world class resort and gated community, Front Sight is a beacon of hope in our gun-torn America. The firearms training Piazza offers is unlike anything anywhere else, and with it we can pull America out of the abject terror it resides in on the subject of firearms. Thank god for Dr. Ignatius Piazza and Front Sight Firearms Training Institute.
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