Frank Proctor knows his firearms.
Proctor spent more than 18 years in the military, the last 11 of which was with U.S. Army Special Forces. He has also trained DOD personnel in Combat Marksmanship, Close Quarters Battle, Breaching and Sniper/Observer Operations in addition to deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq.
Now the owner of Way Of The Gun Combat and Competition Training, Proctor was tapped to help develop Windham Weaponry’s newest firearm: the Frank Proctor Way of the Gun Performance Carbine.
The .223 Rem. / 5.56mm carbine has a mid-length gas system and many other upgrades suited for 3 Gun Competition shooting. It also weighs in at just 6.3 pounds without a magazine
The Frank Proctor Way of the Gun Performance Carbine has a 30+1 capacity and ships with with one 30-round magazine. It also accepts all standard sizes.
Other features include a Magpul MOE 6 Position Telestock and a BCM Gunfighter MOD 2 Pistol Grip with a storage compartment.
For more information on the Frank Proctor Way of The Gun Performance Carbine and other products from Windham Weaponry, please visit WindhamWeaponry.com.
To see more on Frank Proctor and the rest of Way Of The Gun Combat and Competition Training, please visit WayOfTheGun.us.
- Model: R16MLSFS3G-7
- Length: 36.125″ (32.375″ with Telestock collapsed
- Receivers: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum – Flat Top Upper Receiver – Black Anodize Finished – BCM Charging Handle
- Trigger: CMC Trigger
- Bolt: Carpenter 158 Steel
- Barrel: 16-inch Medium Profile – Chrome Lined with BCM MOD 1 Compensator
- Barrel Material: 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium 11595E Steel with M4 Feed Ramps
- Rifling: 1 Turn in 7″ – Right Hand Twist
- Forend: Midwest Industries 15-inch Free Float SS Key Mod Forend
- Rear Sight: None – Ready for optics or other type accessory sights
- Front Sight: None – Ready for accessory sights on Full Length Mil Std 1913 Railed Forend
- Includes: Hard Plastic Carrying Case, Black Web Sling, Operators Manual, Transferable Lifetime Warranty
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by Tactical-Life / Jul 1, 2014