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Old 10-22-2012, 1:34 PM
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Default AAR: Frank Proctor 3-Day Pistol & Carbine on Oct. 19-21, 2012 in Los Angeles

Class: Frank Proctor - Way of the Gun 3-Day Tactical Performance Carbine and Pistol -- Combat/Practical Pistol Operator (plus night shoot), Carbine Operator 1 (plus night shoot) and Carbine Operator 2
Instructor: Frank Proctor (FaceBook)
Cost: $600
Date: October 19-21, 2012
Location: Angeles Shooting Ranges in Los Angeles, CA
Students: 11 (mix of civilians most with some competitive shooting)
Ammo used: Pistol: 750-900 rounds + Rifle: 1,000-1,200 rounds

A great, long but ultimately highly rewarding 3 days of pistol & carbine including a lot of nighttime evolutions.

Frank is an active SF operator, instructor (for himself and DoD) and competitive shooter (USPSA Grand Master in Limited Division and IDPA Master in Stock Service Pistol). A great well-rounded instructor. Very humble, engaging and an ultimate student. Everyone got lots of personal attention, feedback and diagnostics. His methods are all about maximum efficiency.

A great bunch of students and roaring good time.

It was great to have a class with just 11 students so the bang for the buck was even greater as was the fact that we had such long days (12 hours on Friday and Saturday) with night shoots.

Thanks a lot to Phong (SuperSetCA) (simply amazing the amount of detail he attended to) for setting this up and thanks again to Frank for bringing great instruction to SoCal. Looking forward to more.

Detailed AAR to follow in the next few days.

Here are links to past AARs on CalGuns of Frank's classes:
AAR: Frank Proctor Way of the Gun (WOTG) Pistol/Carbine, August 4-5, 2012 at Raahauge

AAR: Frank Proctor Way Of The Gun Rifle/Pistol
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Last edited by ramzar; 10-23-2012 at 12:04 AM.. Reason: Ammo usage variation
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