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Gunfighter Moment – Frank Proctor

– Frank Proctor

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Frank Proctor has served over 18 years in the military, the last 11 of those in US Army Special Forces. During his multiple combat tours in Afghanistan & Iraq he had the privilege to serve with and learn from many seasoned veteran Special Forces Operators so their combined years of knowledge and experience has helped him to become a better operator & instructor. While serving as an instructor at the Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat Course he was drawn to competitive shooting. He has since earned the USPSA Grand Master ranking in the Limited Division and Master ranking in the IDPA Stock Service Pistol division. He learned a great deal from shooting in competition and this has helped him to become to become a better tactical shooter. Frank is one of the few individuals able to bring the experiences of U.S. Army Special Forces, Competitive Shooting, and Veteran Instructor to every class.

All this experience combines to make Frank Proctor a well-rounded shooter and instructor capable of helping you to achieve your goal of becoming a better shooter.

Gunfighter Moment is a weekly feature brought to you by Bravo Company USA. Bravo Company is home of the Gunfighters, and each week they bring us a different trainer to offer some words of wisdom.

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4 Responses to “Gunfighter Moment – Frank Proctor”

  1. Will says:

    It’s disappointing that legit-ass shooting advice gets so little engagement while “hey, you should buy this thing” or “9 vs 45” runs to dozens of comments. Hopefully the clicks are enough to justify Frank’s continued participation.

    As to the drill, great ideas and I can already tell in dry fire that it’s going to be helpful in narrowing my Bill Drill and Blake Drill times. Thanks, Frank.

    • Captain 'Merica says:

      Any tard with an internet connection can buy stuff or piss into the wind ad nauseum about the merits of their favorite caliber. That is why those topics are so popular. People like Frank, who generally do not engage in such matters, do not attract this crowd. His topics are relevant regardless of equipment, and skill-based, which makes it much harder to armchair commando your way through a discussion.

      And this Gunfighter Moment is a prime example of an excellent drill you can do with any platform, at any distance, even dry fire at home. More of this please, SSD!

    • Chris K. says:

      I agree, this is what Gunfighter Moment articles should be.

  2. Sean says:

    Interesting concept, I’ll have to give it a shot sometime once I move to a state where I don’t have to drive an hour to shoot in a non-restrictive environment.