Handgun Training at Front Sight is Not Idle, It's Meant For Action
Articles like the one in Fort Worth Star Telegram are not rare. Since September 11th, articles espousing the same point of view as this one are cropping up more and more frequently. In this article in the Fort Worth Star Telegram, an American Airlines pilot, calls for handgun training and the arming of all commercial airline pilots, saying that such action would prevent terrorists from ever again successfully taking over a plane.
Dr. Ignatius Piazza, the founder and director of America's most successful shooting school, Front Sight Firearms Training Institute, has a similar opinion. His opinion is that only with handgun training can pilots protect themselves and their passengers. Dr. Piazza is no stranger to responsibility. While he has no previous military or law enforcement experience, he has taken it upon himself to become the nation's leader in gun training. He has succeeded in this, Front Sight delivers firearms training to more students annually than all other shooting schools in America. Front Sight's regimen ranges from shotgun training to rifle training to unarmed self defense training, but the most popular and immediately useful to pilots is the handgun training.
Front Sight's defensive handgun training is so effective and so empowering that Dr. Piazza is convinced that upon receiving it, no pilot would ever need fear loss of life on his plane due to firearms. Dr. Piazza is so convinced of this and so motivated toward public safety that he is offering Front Sight's firearms training to any and all licensed, commercial pilots for free. Dr. Piazza wants every pilot in America to receive defensive handgun training. He wants it so badly, and wants to defend America's safety in the skies so badly, that he is willing to offer what could normally be priced upwards of $2,000 or more for free, to thousands of pilots all over America.Back to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram article on Ignatius Piazza