Emails about training at Front Sight
June 14th, 2006
Everyday I receive wonderful e-mail from students and First Family Members sharing real life stories relating directly to their training at Front Sight. Reading these stories is truly
one of the the best rewards for my efforts as Director of Front Sight Resorts.
I thought you might like to see a sampling of the stories received in the last few days. Each is different, yet they all have the same common thread.
I shall post these over the next several days, so keep a look out.
From The Courier newspaper in Humble, Texas:
A chance meeting at a firearms competition has two Montgomery County Sheriff’s deputies headed for a prestigious firearms training facility in Nevada, free of charge.
Det. Ken Culbreath and Training Specialist Jason Salter were recently taking part in a shooting competition at the Thunder Gun Range on FM 1314 in their free time. Salter had been researching firearms training programs throughout the country and saw a man wearing a Front Sight Firearms Training Institute hat.
Front Sight is a prestigious program Salter was familiar with. “I had heard good things about the school and had researched it,” Salter said. He struck up a conversation with the man, Dan Dennis of Humble, and one thing led to another. On Thursday, Dennis presented Salter, Culbreath and Lt. J.C. Fleming with a $2,400 scholarship to enable two deputies to attend a four-day defensive firearms training course at Front Sight’s facility near Las Vegas.
“Law enforcement officers have an extremely dangerous and difficult job,” Dennis said. “When your life is on the line every day, you can never get enough training. I am pleased to be in a position to offer Front Sight’s highly regarded firearms training courses to the men and women that serve our communities. They deserve it.
Culbreath and Salter would be the two officers attending the program. Being members of the Sheriff’s Department’s tactical response team and trainers at their academy….
For the entire story go to Front Sight in the news.
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