Free Stuff From Front Sight

October 31, 2011 · Posted in Weapons · Comment 

Want to get some great gun training tips but don’t have the time to take a gun training course right now? Do you want to learn some tricks of the trade from professional gun training instructors that will help you perfect your shooting skill but don’t currently have the cash to go to a gun training school? Would you like to learn some of the top secrets of the gun training industry that could improve your shooting and possibly save your life but your next gun training course is still months away? Do you want to get crucial information regarding your shooting ability from a Certified Four Weapons Combat Master and not have to pay for it?

Do I have your attention yet?

The second man in the world to become a Four Weapons Combat Master, Dr. Ignatius Piazza of Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, owns and operates the number one gun training school in the world. Front Sight has at least doubled in size every year since its opening in April of 1996 and is on track to do it yet again. Ignatius Piazza trains and employs only the best of the best of the best gun training instructors, requiring them to undergo some of the most intense gun training one can imagine before being named a Front Sight Instructor. He has studied and trained harder than most anyone in the world since 1988 and continues to expand his knowledge of shooting and the gun training world. Military officers and law enforcement personnel prefer to get their gun training from him. There is no doubt about it: Ignatius Piazza offers the best gun training money can buy at Front Sight Firearms Training Institute.

Now, wouldn’t it be great if Ignatius Piazza could be the man to give you all of the things described in the first paragraph on this page? Well… he can be. All you have to do is one simple thing: Sign Up For Ignatius Piazza’s 15 FREE Gun Training Reports.

Ignatius Piazza’s free gun training reports will give you tips and tricks that can take your shooting from decent to better than you ever imagined. All of the information provided in these gun training reports comes from the Four Weapons Combat Master, himself, and is all COMPLETELY FREE. (And before you worry, Front Sight is also completely secure. They will not sell or give away your email address.)

You will learn the Seven Deadly Misconceptions That Can Get You Killed, The Color Code of Mental Awareness, The Combat Mindset, and so much more that Ignatius Piazza wants to share with you. I signed up for my free gun training reports.

Are you going to sign up for yours?

So, how do I sign up for Ignatius Piazza’s Free Gun Training Reports?

Go ahead and visit Front Sight’s website. Click on the icon that says, “15 Free Gun Training Reports Plus Free Legacy DVD and Brochure!” (By the way… the DVD is awesome.) Enter your first name and your email address. Then, just sit back and let the incredible information come! It’s so simple, and the results are indescribable. Sign up today!

Front Sight Provides Knowledge… And Then Some!

October 18, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

Like many Americans, my officemate and I have been following the Casey Anthony trial. We did not follow it in real time, but like to go back and forth from listening to the Anthony arguments to listening to the news. We find that it is good to stay informed as to what is going on in the world around us, rather than completely devoting our time to one particular issue. While listening to the news the other day, an interesting interview caught my attention. The Casey Anthony trial has sparked a lot of people’s interest. It seems that everyone knows at least something about it, if not a lot of information. This is not a rare occurrence when it comes to murders and murder trials in America. The interview that caught my ear was about just that: Why we, as Americans, are so obsessed with murders.

The interviewee, a journalist, likes to write about murder cases. The subject of John Gardner came up. (John Gardner was the man that killed Amber DuBois and, most recently, Chelsea King). She said she likes to keep people informed so they can be prepared if they ever come in contact with a person like John Gardner. But I say, really? Is letting people know that there are killers out there enough?

Yes, knowledge of the issue is important. We cannot go around being naiive to the dangers that are out there. But we can’t stop there. We need to truly protect ourselves by getting self defense training like the knife training and gun training offered by Four Weapons Combat Master, Dr. Ignatius Piazza at Front Sight Firearms Training Institute. Without this gun training, knife training or whichever self defense training we choose, the best we can do is not be surprised when that infamous murderer attacks us. Without that gun training, knife training or other self defense training, we will be left wishing that we knew how to protect ourselves.

Front Sight offers the best gun training in the world, as well as other self defense training, such as edged weapons training and empty hands self defense training. Founder and director, Dr. Ignatius Piazza, trains his students how to be aware of what is going on in the world around them, as well as how to defend themselves against the bad guys. After attending a Front Sight Self Defense Gun Training Course, a student can be fully prepared to handle a direct or an indirect attack, giving themselves a greater chance of survival.

We are lucky to be Americans and live the life we are given. But, if we face the truth, we will realize that there are some gruesome truths out there, along with some dangerous people. Front Sight gives its students the best preparation possible. Ignatius Piazza and Front Sight are working hard to drop the number of murder cases throughout the world. One day at a time, Ignatius Piazza and his great team of highly trained gun training instructors are making this world a safer and better place to live.

Ignatius Piazza Salutes Our Veterans This Upcoming November

October 7, 2011 · Posted in Uncategorized · Comment 

November 11th is Veterans’ Day in the United States, and Ignatius Piazza, the founder and director of the nation’s largest, most successful gun training school, is taking the time to make tribute to all those who have served this fine nation and upheld our tradition of democratic ideals, freedom, equality and liberty. Recognition of Veterans’ Day is a personal affair, but also a day worthy of introspection, regardless of one’s military experience or loss of loved ones to the tragedy of war. There are certain documents, ideas, ideals, traditions and expectations that make up this home of ours, this nation which protects and supports we 310 million Americans.

Among those ideals and perspectives is what is sometimes called Manifest Destiny. This word is sometimes used derisively in the study of history – the “Manifest Destiny” of early 19th and 20th centuries is often viewed as imperialistic, land-grabbing, greedy and profiteering. But Manifest Destiny means only one thing: a firm belief that we as Americans, and America as a whole, is meant for something grander, something greater than just to be another country. That conviction may have, in the past, been interpreted badly, but we choose to view America’s Manifest Destiny as a beautiful thing. Our standard of living, access to and quality of education, income levels, literacy rate, road, rail & transportation quality and public health is all leagues above other nations, even those in the “first world”.

Americans improve. Americans take chances. Americans look at what is, and imagine what it should be. Americans have fighters’ spirits. Our Founding documents include mention of many things, many ideals. These documents have withstood the test of 250 years of progress, development and cultural evolution. It is to these documents that our law-makers and judges look when they decide upon a course of action, and it is to these documents we must never veer. Veterans’ Day can help us to remember that.

One of those hallowed documents is the Bill of Rights, the original 10 Amendments to our Constitution, the highest Law of the Land. Each of those amendments was meant to doubly verify that certain rights and liberties owed to us as human beings (not simply citizens of the United States), were maintained. The second right listed in that document is the right to bear arms – or in modern lingo, to keep weapons. The Second Amendment states clearly that citizens have the right to firearms and weapons, and that right can never be taken away or reduced by Congress. There are many people who will give you many reasons for the need for this Amendment: some will say it’s to protect against the federal government, should it become oppressive. Some say it’s to protect against a foreign invader, should America need its sons and daughters to defend the homeland. Some say it’s to protect individual lives from bandits, thieves and murderers. No matter the reason, the document is valid and remains in tact to this day.

That document has come under fire for many years, and the struggle to keep it in its fullest interpretation goes on almost daily in the courthouses and legislatures of this country. One man is notable for standing particularly tall against the onslaught of attempts to whittle down the rights the Second Amendment protects: Dr. Ignatius Piazza. Small surprise that a gun training school would have interest in maintaining gun rights for Americans, but their reasons are not profit. Ignatius Piazza fights for Second Amendment rights because he knows the evils and harms that can befall a society without weapons. Whether those dangers are foreign or domestic, firearms are the single most effective personal tool to prevent loss of life, liberty or property.

Do you stand on the side of liberty, equality and inalienable rights? Do you consider a simple interpretation of the Bill of Rights to be the accurate one? Do you view the continuous degradation of rights and liberties, particularly those protected by the Second Amendment as a danger to our American way of life? Then you owe it to yourself, your children and your country to find out what Ignatius Piazza is doing to protect those rights. Gun training is just the beginning; knowledge and responsibility necessarily follow. And Ignatius Piazza envisions a responsible, ethical, safe, gun-carrying America.