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Business Front Sight Firearms Training Institute has as part of its philosophy, "Duty to Serve". Displayed on walls throughout the Front Sight, this simple motto keeps the gun training delivered at Front Sight in perspective. Front Sight’s founder and director, Ignatius Piazza, expects and demands that his students maintain a level of level of responsibility far beyond the norm in America today. Ignatius Piazza knows that firearms training is not a norm, and therefore, those that pursue it should be searching for more than a kick. So Ignatius Piazza and Front Sight are certainly not surprised by their student, George Lyon, who has taken his ‘duty to serve’ beyond those he loves to include all Americans and District of Columbia citizens. George Lyons has fought the constitutionality of the District of Columbia’s handgun ban, which prevents civilians from carrying firearms even in their own homes. According to Lyons – and also Front Sight, Ignatius Piazza, and all right-minded, intelligent, clear-thinking citizens – the fact that any government would try to restrict its citizens from carrying firearms anywhere and everywhere, in the guise of public safety, is ridiculous. Common firearms training shows one that a well-trained, responsible gun user can handle most any gun related situation that may arise. Restricting guns from those who need to protect themselves is ridiculous; especially when those law-abiding citizens could get firearms training that would keep them safe against such aggressors. But sticking up for what one knows is right in the realm of firearms is simply what Front Sight and Ignatius Piazza expect from their students. What has made Ignatius Piazza particularly excited is that Lyon’s actions have created such a commotion, along with so many other citizens who have stood up to the ban, that the U.S. Supreme Court has decided to take up consideration of the case, and decide whether or not the District of Columbia’s handgun ban is unconstitutional. In accepting this case, the U.S. Supreme Court has taken up for consideration one of the most important cases concerning Second Amendment rights in America’s history. U.S. Supreme Court scholars are calling this case the most significant in terms of Second Amendment rights in at least seventy years. The mayor of D.C. is calling the case, "the most important court case the District has ever been involved in." So knowing that one of its students is one of those at the foundation of it all is very exciting for Front Sight and Ignatius Piazza. Knowing that the firearms training they deliver empowers citizens so much and delivers so much responsibility that someone would stand up against the District of Columbia in defense of Second Amendment rights is thrilling and conclusive for the excellence of their curriculum. Front Sight encourages U.S. citizens to look to the U.S. Supreme Court and not only expect, but demand that they enforce a decision which will protect all citizens’ Second Amendment rights, their god-given right to bear firearms. Firearms are not dangerous, those bearing them with malice are, and only responsible, trained, armed individuals have a chance against them. The U.S. Supreme Court must not impinge on citizens’ rights to defend their lives. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: