Ignatius Piazza

Ignatius Piazza's Rifle Training Not For The Weak of Heart

Rifle training is just one of the many aspects of the fully rounded gun training available at the Las Vegas site of America's largest firearms training school, Front Sight Firearms Training Institute. Recent developments at Front Sight have garnered attention from all over America and the world. Newspapers and magazines have sent their journalists and reporters to Front Sight to report on the news that the founder and director of Front Sight, Dr. Ignatius Piazza, has revealed recently.

Dr. Piazza's plans are revolutionary and sweeping. Currently, Front Sight operates a short drive away from Las Vegas, Nevada near a town called Pahrump. Front Sight already offers some of America's finest gun training. The evidence for Front Sight's superiority lies in their numbers: every year, Front Sight delivers firearms training to more students than all other shooting schools in the nation combined. Front Sight's gun training includes handgun training, shotgun training, rifle training and even submachine gun training. But that news and superiority has already brought reporters to Front Sight in the past.

What brings reporters to Front Sight most recently is the release of the news that Dr. Piazza intends to make Front Sight the world's first gun town. Front Sight will become the world's first residential community based around firearms training. Not unlike Pebble Beach or any other luxury residential community, Front Sight will feature firing ranges in the stead of driving ranges, training courses will replace golf courses and a gun club will replace a racquet club.

Front Sight will boast a plethora of buildings and utilities that will be used to optimize training for the residents and visitors who come to partake of the world's finest firearms training. Dr. Ignatius Piazza has made enormous headway in making rifle training, handgun training and shotgun training not only available but easy for the average citizen at Front Sight.


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