Self Defense Training - Your Family's Best Defense is a Strong Offense, or Just Really Good Training
Ignatius Piazza's Front Sight Firearms Institute offers dozens of firearms training courses. These courses, often filled up weeks before the course begins, are very regularly spaced, so that one can always find a 1-, 2-, 3- or 4-day course that fits one's schedule. Front Sight offers gun training in all sorts of areas: handgun, shotgun, rifle, special pistol, unarmed self defense, but it all comes down to one thing: self defense training.
Do you ever fear for your family's safety or wellbeing? Do you ever wonder what would happen to your family if there was a gun-related situation on some city street? Would your family members be some of the people running in and out of stores screaming, with their hands over their heads, or would your kids be calmly finding cover and directing others to do the same? Would your wife be a woman paralyzed with fear, unable to move and potentially struck by a passing bullet, or would she be able to help others out of that fear and get them to lay down on the ground? Would your husband lose all common sense and start directing his family to an unsafe location, or would he keep his head, be aware of his surroundings and act accordingly?
Front Sight offers gun training and firearms training that equates to self defense training. The more training one receives on a subject, the more comfortable one is with that subject. Firearms training is the same way. Hearing gunshots is frightening, but it doesn't have to be. Front Sight's self defense training allows one to calmly approach situations concerning fists, kicks and punches, gun training allows one to calmly approach situations concerning pistols and bullets.
Dr. Ignatius Piazza, founder and director of Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, expects his students to be able to handle situations, because he is aware of the fact that his gun training is in fact self defense training, and he expects all of his students to be able to defend themselves, no matter the situation.
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