Piazza puts Front Sight ‘restructuring’ on hold

Dr. Piazza, creator, owner, and figurehead of the Front Sight firearms training facility in Pahrump, NV, today announced that the mandatory emergency ‘restructuring’ of fees for members and course attendees he announced on January 23 has been put on hold. Somehow, the dire need for cash flow that existed a week ago has evaporated. Piazza claims that this is possible because so many Front Sight members stepped up, grateful to be able to spend even more money supporting Front Sight than they had up to this point.

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Piazza announces Front Sight ‘restructuring’

Dr. Piazza, creator, owner, and figurehead of the Front Sight firearms training facility in Pahrump, NV, today announced a ‘restructuring’ of fees for members and course attendees. Piazza claims that these changes, which vitiate all existing memberships and representations he previously made about Front Sight memberships and training, are necessary because members haven’t been paying their fair share, and because a lender is attempting to foreclose due to non-payment of a loan. Piazza claims that Front Sight has never missed a payment, and that the lender is a “con man.”

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Dissenting opinion by Circuit Judge Lawrence VanDyke

  • Duncan v. Bonta (United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, Case No. 19-55376)

Regardless of the diverse regulations that have come before us — from storage restrictions to waiting periods to ammunition restrictions to conceal carry bans to open carry bans to magazine capacity prohibitions — the common thread is our court’s ready willingness to bless any restriction related to guns.

Circuit Judge Lawrence VanDyke

Read the full dissenting opinion here.

Remington firearms becomes latest manufacturer to flee an anti-gun state to warmer business climate in the south

Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp announced Monday that America’s oldest firearms manufacturer, Remington Firearms, will locate its global headquarters from New York to Georgia and open both a manufacturing operation and a world-class research and development center in LaGrange, Georgia.

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