I’m not that big of a fan of the training at Front Sight: I think it’s uniquely suited to getting people 2/3rds of the way up the first hill of the Dunning-Kruger Effect and that’s about it. However, nothing they taught interfered with my learning from other, more robust trainers, so there is that.
One thing Front Sight does exceptionally well, though, is engage with and talk with the mainstream media, and this article at The Nation, of all places, is a really, really good example of how to talk to a left-leaning reporter about guns and self-protection without seeming like Rambo redux.
And the same is true of Rob Pincus. Look, you may not like what he teaches, his (wrong) stance on the value of competition or other items in his resumé, but anyone can extol the virtues of firearms training and safe firearms ownership to people who already own guns. Talking about why Obama is 100% wrong on the Second Amendment to people who think he was born in a manger? That’s take a level of confidence most trainers just don’t have.
But it’s a skill they need.