Meet Firearms Instructor Buck Doyle

posted on June 20, 2017

Buck Doyle is a decorated Marine veteran with extensive experience in combat zones. He’s one of nine servicemen spotlighted in Mark Lee Greenblatt’s book “Valor: Unsung Heroes of Iraq, Afghanistan and the Home Front.” In 2015, he was profiled on Outdoor Channel’s Fight to Survive—the show told the story of Buck throwing himself in harm’s way to save a fallen comrade.

Now the founder and CEO of Follow Through Consulting, Buck provides services including firearm training, team building and leadership. It’s in that capacity that he met up with Colion Noir. In the video short above, Colion talks about Buck’s no-nonsense style, epic rants and shooting skills.

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