FrontSight Member Now


Well I finally did it. I joined FrontSight as a Legacy member. If you look at their website that is a $9,900 membership, but I got a direct mail piece that let me get it for $1,900.

I’ve been considering becoming a member since Feb 2007 when the Mrs and I went for the 4 day Defensive Handgun course. But the cost to course ratio was never right. I wanted at least Advanced Handgun and Practical Rifle. I’d also have liked the One Day 30 State Handgun license class.

Well the Legacy doesn’t have the CHL class, but it did have all the other classes and then some. And as Dr Piazza says it cost about the same as one course. So I’m a member now and need to find time to go to Nevada and train. Don’t really want to go until after Feburary anyway having froze my ass off at night last time.

I bought an AR-15 and need to learn how to use it.


  1. Linoge says:

    Congratulations on both the AR-15 purchase and the membership… I am currently building one of my own (AR-15, that is), and I might eventually come to you for a referral or somesuch for FrontSight. Once I save up some money for the flights out there, that is.

    Linoges last blog post..send some happy thoughts

  2. Ron says:

    I noticed you had some parts up on your blog.

    I had pleadged that if Obama one I’d go buy an AR the next day. So I did, getting the whole gun. Whole guns and optics are expensive.

  3. Linoge says:

    Urf. Indeed. That is part of the reason I am going the parts route – makes it easier to get it past my financial advisor… er… wife.

    Linoges last blog post..homestead canex

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