By special request, Frank Proctor is coming back to SoCal! Please see the enrollment contact to sign up for this intense and dynamic class!
PRICING: 1 Day Course $250($200+ $50 range fee) per student (includes Way of the Gun T-shirt). Limited to 15 shooters. Range and target materials are provided.
HOSTED BY: Valor Resource Group
DATE: Saturday , December 22, 2012. Time : 0700-1700
LOCATION: Burro Canyon, 22100 East Fork Road, Azusa CA 91702
TO ENROLL: Email contact: David AT vrgconsulting.us
ADVANCED CARBINE AND PISTOL OPERATOR
The course will include a warm up/ refresher on fundamentals of practical marksmanship and move into transition techniques and
manipulating both weapons during dynamic shooting and moving scenarios.
To attend this course you must meet any of the following criteria:
1. Have attended a WOTG carbine and pistol course (or course from a reputable trainer)
2. LE or MIL, USPSA C class or above, IDPA Marksman or above.
WHAT TO BRING
Serviceable and Zeroed Carbine and Service Pistol
4 30-round Carbine magazines / 4 Pistol magazines
Rifle Magazine Pouches (a chest rig or body armor will work). 1 belt mounted mag pouch is preferable. A dump pouch will be handy.
2 Belt mounted pistol magazine pouches
Proper Gun Belt
Hearing Protection and Eye Protection
Gloves suitable for shooting
Comfortable clothing suitable for short runs, kneeling, and going prone. No Shorts!!
Food, water, and personal items as needed. We will take short breaks for water and food. We are here to TRAIN!!
700 rifle/400 pistol is the round count for this course of instruction. This may seem like a lot but I believe in getting repetitions in order to enforce the techniques being taught. It is better to have extra in case we get a chance to train longer.
ABOUT FRANK PROCTOR:
I have enjoyed different types of shooting and outdoor activities most of my life. I have served over 18 years in the military, the last 11 of those in US Army Special Forces. Over the last 7 years I have trained DOD personnel in Combat Marksmanship, Close Quarters Battle, Breaching and Sniper/Observer Operations in addition to deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq. During my Special Forces Career, I have had the privilege to serve with and learn from many experienced and knowledgeable Special Forces
Operators. I have used their combined years of knowledge and experience to help me become a better operator. After a couple years as an instructor for the Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat Course, I was drawn to competitive shooting in May of 2007. My passion for shooting helped me earn the rank of Grand Master in Limited division in a little over a year. I also hold a Master ranking in IDPA Stock Service Pistol. I have learned a great deal from shooting in competition, which has also helped me become a better tactical shooter. I bring my experiences as a Special Forces Operator, Competitive Shooter and Instructor to my courses. All those experiences combine to make me a well-rounded shooter and instructor capable of helping you achieve your goals of becoming a better shooter.