This episode comes from the 2016 Shooter’s Summit. I was asked about releasing this episode into the wild from a fan of the show. Bennie Cooley has been a legend in the 3 Gun community with some of the top stars of both 3 Gun and modern warriors all learning
This is the audio replay of the Live Q&A I did with Frank Proctor. Frank is a former special operations soldier and firearms instructor. Frank also competes in USPSA at the grandmaster level. We discuss shooting, firearms as well as take questions from the live session on YouTube. Here is
Ernest Langdon Served 12 years on active duty in the US Marine Corps. Throughout that career, he was stationed in Panama as well as the Persian Gulf. Some of his duties included being the Chief Instructor for the 2nd Marine Division Scout Sniper School and at the High Risk Personnel
Steve Anderson is known as the “Dry Fire Guy” and has published three successful books. Steve has also been a frequent guest on the Firearms Nation Podcast as well as the Shooter’s Summit. Steve is a friend and coach and I’ve taken two of his standard classes. Recently, Steve announced
Adam Kraut has been a guest before on the Firearms Nation Podcast. He is an attorney who fights for gun rights and previously ran for the board at the National Rifle Association. Currently, Adam is now the Director of Legal Strategy at the Firearms Policy Coalition. The Coalition fights legal
Bob Vogel is one of the best shooters in the country. Not only has he earned World Championships, but he was also a police officer for many years and a SWAT team member. Bob currently teaches full time all over the world and competes at a ton of major matches
Mike Wood is the son of a 30 year veteran of California Highway Patrol and Mike wrote the book “Newhall Shooting-A Tactical Analysis”. This book breaks down the horrific shooting of four CHP officers and what was learned. Mike also is a firearms instructor and columnist for PoliceOne.com. His column
Frank Proctor is a veteran of Special Forces and served for over 20 years. Frank is also a competitive shooter in USPSA and started competing when he was in the Army. He quickly rose the ranks to grandmaster and found that his competitive skills helped him in the tactical arena.