Concealed Carry Training Will Keep You and Yours Safe
Concealed carry training is one of the more controversial, difficult-to-understand aspects of gun training around. While most Americans are very comfortable with gun training, handgun training and gun ownership, some Americans get very nervous when they add to that equation the thought of some individuals carrying guns on their persons which are not revealed.
Concealed weapons are not allowed in most states. Carrying a concealed firearm is illegal in most, unless one has a permit. Such a permit is fairly difficult to obtain, but very possible. Specific gun training is one of the prerequisites, such training is called concealed carry training, and it includes not only safe transportation, carrying and use of a firearm, but also acceptable levels of force, how to spot escalating dangerous situations.
Concealed carry training is available at many firearms training schools, but the school with the most success is Front Sight Firearms Training Institute. Front Sight, located shortly outside of Las Vegas, Nevada, is the nation's largest gun training school. Every year, Front Sight delivers gun training to more students than all other shooting schools combined. Small wonder, then, why Front Sight is considered the leader in firearms training, and why more and more students come to Front Sight in order to receive concealed carry training, a curriculum devised by Ignatius Piazza.
Why get gun training, though? Safety. Keeping yourself and your loved ones safe should be everyone's number one concern. Therefore, having gun training, knowing what a firearm does under different circumstances, knowing how to fire accurately and safely, all these things could save your life given the right (or very wrong, unfortunate) circumstances.
The point of concealed carry training is obvious to Dr. Ignatius Piazza, the founder and director of Front Sight. Dr. Piazza knows the point of training is one to know that safety is training, the more trained one is, the better equipped one is to keep himself and his loved ones safe.
Back to the Forbes Magazine article on Ignatius Piazza