Front Sight

Front Sight is the World's Training Ground

Front Sight Firearms Training Institute is America's leader in firearms training. Led by the firm hand of Dr. Ignatius Piazza, a former California chiropractor and Four Weapons Combat Master – one of the planet's toughest firearms training certifications, Front Sight has the record of delivering gun training to more students every year than all other shooting schools in America combined.

In addition to this, Dr. Ignatius Piazza has high hopes for the physical structure of Front Sight. Dr. Piazza envisions a Pebble Beach of firearms training; a Disneyland of responsible gun use and firearms training. Precisely what Dr. Piazza sees is what has been reported on by countless newspapers and magazines. Simply, Dr. Piazza sees a 550-acre gated community anchored around, instead of a golf course or two, a firing range or twenty.

Dr. Piazza wants to turn the 550-acre lot of land already owned by Front Sight into a resort town, all residents of which will be gun-toting, fully trained, responsible individuals. He foresees Front Sight as being the safest town in America, because all the residents have to be members of Front Sight to own land there. While it's possible to be a member and never attend courses, no one does. The courses are impeccable, and as lifetime members residents have free access to them.

Dr. Piazza envisions not only firing ranges, but also a five-story SWAT-tactics training tower, hundreds of underground storm drains that will double as search & rescue training grounds, an airstrip for the VIPs of Front Sight – celebrities, Fortune 500 executives and politicians, a 1000-yard rifle range, a K-12 school, a supermarket and a 12,000 square foot martial arts gymnasium.

Currently, Front Sight's training extends past simple handgun training or rifle training. Extensive, 1-, 2- & 4- day courses are available in novice through master in handgun training, rifle training, shotgun training, submachine gun training and unarmed self defense training.

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