The Brits Don't Love Guns and Firearms Training As Much as We Americans Do, Apparently
In the article featured in the London Times, we see that our neighbors across ‘the pond' aren't as fond of firearms training and guns in general as we over here state-side are. Although one wouldn't say that the writer for the British periodical was anti-gun training, one could go so far as to say that he was a bit put off by Dr. Ignatius Piazza's idea about his shooting school near Las Vegas, Nevada. Dr. Ignatius Piazza is the founder and director of Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, America's largest gun training school. Dr. Piazza's shooting school has garnered attention from all over the world for years, but especially recently when he has offered free submachine gun lessons to anyone who can make it to the facility in Nevada.
But – keeping in mind that there's no such thing as a free lunch – Dr. Piazza offers a free lunch. The catch? You have to listen to him discuss his idea for the development of Front Sight. Far from hard-sell tactics, Dr. Piazza openly discusses his burgeoning plans for his firearms training institute, unoffended if anyone happens to leave in the middle of his pitch.
That's because he knows that anyone who is evenly mildly interested in where this gun training school is going will stick around. His plan for Front Sight is to expand it into the world's first ever gun community. Dr. Piazza wants to build, at the sight of the current location of his firearms training facility, a luxury residential community based around gun training.
Front Sight's training already covers the basics and expert levels of handgun training, rifle training, shotgun training and self defense training, building a world-class luxury town around the facility will make that section of Nevada the safest in the world. In Dr. Piazza's opinion, having armed, trained citizens in Front Sight, Nevada, will make that town the safest in the world.Front Sight in London Times Article