Balancing Goals: Gun Training Courses and Saving Money

December 13, 2012 · Posted in Weapons · Comment 

The New Year often brings new goals. Sometimes, some of those goals seem to conflict with other goals. For example, some people set goals that they want to take a new class or learn a new skill. In addition to that, they set the goal that they want to save money. The whole saving money idea is a great one, but it can sometimes throw a curve ball your way.

Many people have a goal that they want to get self defense training and/or gun training this year. But how does that fit in with saving money? Gun training and self defense training are time consuming and expensive. However, at Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, you can keep all of your goals completely in line. Front Sight Firearms Training Institute offers the world’s greatest gun training and self defense training of any kind, including self defense handgun training, shotgun training, rifle training, automatic weapons training, knife training and empty hands self defense training. And how convenient for you… it is strangely affordable!

Founder and director of Front Sight, Dr. Ignatius Piazza, knows the importance of getting good gun training and self defense training. He also knows that the good gun training courses are hard to find, inconveniently scheduled, time consuming or devilishly expensive. That is why he designed Front Sight’s gun training and self defense training programs with your schedule and your budget in mind. He wants as many people as possible to be able to get the best gun training available to the world today. What good would an amazing gun training school be if no one could afford the time or money to attend the courses?

Front Sight’s gun training and self defense training courses are conveniently scheduled. There are tons of courses that are offered throughout each month, so no matter what type of gun training you are looking for or whatever your schedule looks like, you can find a Front Sight course that works for you. At Front Sight, there is no need to come back week after week after week, for months on end, in order to get the shooting skills that you desire. Ignatius Piazza has made it possible to gain shooting skills that are better than ninety nine percent of the gun owning population in just four days. Even if you have the most demanding of schedules and can’t even spare four days, Front Sight offers a number of shorter gun training courses to meet your needs. If you can dedicate just a couple days to Ignatius Piazza, he can get you the gun training you want, need and deserve.

As I said earlier, Front Sight’s gun training courses are extremely affordable. Ignatius Piazza offers a variety of different deals and gun training packages to fit your budget, no matter what it is. Just sign up for Ignatius Piazza’s Free Front Sight Newsletter and you will be the first to know of all of these special discounts. You will be pleasantly surprised to see that no matter how much or how little money you make, Front Sight has a gun training course you can afford.

How Video Games and Gun Training Can Mix

December 3, 2012 · Posted in Weapons · Comment 

Was your gun training fun and exciting? Or was it bland and methodical? Did you get to participate in a shooting competition or did you just practice the same boring task over and over again? Did you get to run through a house, clearing it of all the bad guys and saving the good guys? Yeah… I just said that. There is a gun training school in Nevada that not only lets you feel like you are part of a live action video game, it is actually part of the gun training curriculum.

Reading that last sentence, you likely experienced one of two reactions. You either thought, “COOL!” or you thought, “Seriously? How is that even necessary? Doesn’t that sound a little bit over the top?” If you are one of the many people wanting gun training that thinks that this super fun video game-like exercise sounds super awesome, I am with you. Shooting a gun, and shooting a gun WELL, is an enjoyable hobby for many people and being put in a safe and controlled environment while getting to blast away bad guys like you would on your Play Station or Game Cube (sorry if that dates me) is just a dream come true. Why should the cartoon video game characters get all the fun when we can do it ourselves and be SAFE doing it? To me, it is great. If you were in the other group of people that thought this sounded too extreme, the founder of this gun training school, Dr. Ignatius Piazza, has a reason behind this exercise.

It is called hands on scenario based gun training. If you experience a situation first hand, the next time the situation rolls around, you will be more prepared to handle it. Ignatius Piazza, a Four Weapons Combat Master, and the founder and director of the number one gun training school in the world, called Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, knows this. He bases much of his gun training curriculum on actual possible scenarios, so students will be more likely to be able to handle them in real life, should the need arise. Sure, we hope that you never have to ACTUALLY run through your home and save your sister or wife from the dude that is holding a gun to her head, while getting rid of other scary guys with weapons, but if you had to, wouldn’t it be helpful to have done it before? We also hope that you never have to save anyone from even ONE bad guy with a gun… but if you had to, it would be a good thing for your confidence if you could think, “I’ve got this. I had to do this once with SIX bad guys. I can handle one, no problem!”

Front Sight is the best gun training school in the world. Students of Ignatius Piazza leave this gun training school more prepared for real life dangerous situations than the students of other gun training schools do. After attending Front Sight, if you are faced with a life threatening situation where self defense is needed, instead of thinking, “Oh, NO! What do I do?” You will have the training to just think, “Been there; done that…” Which statement makes you feel like you have a better chance of survival?