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Front Sight's Shotgun Training is Unlike Anything Else in the World, Say Students

The world needs more shotgun training. More Americans need to understand safe, effective firearm use. That includes not only handgun training, but also rifle training and shotgun training. Firearms are tools, one wouldn't scoff at the idea of learning how to use a binder saw safely and effectively, why would one scoff at the idea of learning how to use a 20 gauge shotgun safely and effectively?

Often, the idea of why to receive firearms training isn't the problem. The problem is often, ‘where?' Well, Front Sight Firearms Training Institute has your answer: Las Vegas, Nevada – Sin City, baby! Well, close to it, anyway. Front Sight is a shooting school unlike any other in the nation. Annually, Front Sight delivers firearms training to more students than all other shooting schools in America combined. And it's certainly not because Front Sight has been around the longest. Far from it. Front Sight is a baby in the eyes of some of the older, more established shooting schools.

But Front Sight's gun training goes far beyond anything any other school can offer. The founder and director of Front Sight, Dr. Ignatius Piazza, developed Front Sight from the eyes of a novice. He started off as a completely new gun user, no formal, police or military training of any kind. He started with no training and received everyone's training, imagining what his own training would look like as he went along.

Finally, when he had finished the months and years of training, he had a system, one that combined all theories of gun mastery together and had him at the helm: a Four Weapons Combat Master, one of the most difficult gun training accreditations to achieve.

So now he encourages everyone to come see how Front Sight is different. Whether a student is a novice or an expert, whether the student is interested in defensive handgun training or shotgun training, Front Sight has the gun training that is appropriate for them.

 Front Sight in London Times Article