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Kevin Maxfield, Director of Training

Gunny1Kevin Maxfield is a retired United States Marine. He served for 20 years as a Military Policeman and a Criminal Investigator. As a young Marine, Kevin spent 4 years as a member of the Special Reaction Team (SRT) and later, once promoted to Sergeant, he became the team leader. While in the Marine Corps, he also spent time as the Staff Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (SNCOIC) of the Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort SC Marksmanship Training Section.  While there, Kevin trained and qualified over 1,500 Marines on the pistol range and also prepared them for their yearly rifle qualification. His last tour found him as the SNCOIC of the Testimonial Evidence Branch at the Criminal Investigation Division Special Agent Course (CIDSAC) at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. One of Kevin’s main duties was to conduct all firearms training and qualification for 6 CIDSAC classes a year which included over 1,100 students from the Army, Marine Corps, Allied Nations, and civilian agents.

 

 

Once retired, Kevin became the Assistant Retail Manager of the Bow and Barrel Sportsmen Center in Saint Robert MO. Kevin also was the Chief Trainer and Chief Range Safety Officer for the company. He taught the Missouri Conceal and Carry classes as well as a multitude of NRA courses.

 

 

His certifications include:

NRA Basic Pistol Course

NRA Basic Rifle Course

NRA Personal Protection in the Home

NRA Personal Protection Outside the Home

NRA Refuse to be a Victim

NRA Home Firearm Safety

NRA Chief Range Safety Officer/Instructor

NRA Range Safety Officer

Counsel of Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) Self Defense Act Instructor

Oklahoma SDA (Concealed Carry) Instructor

Mark Heins, Deputy Director of Training

MarkMark Heins grew up on a farm in central Nebraska where he developed a fondness for firearms. Hunting and spending large amounts of time practicing helped develop his skills. While in his junior year of high school, Mark started tinkering and really learning how firearms worked. Joining the military a few years later added to his knowledge base greatly. Becoming an instructor and trainer enabled him to go on to bigger and more exciting ventures.

 

While stationed in Washington State, he became a Combat Airman Skills Training Instructor. He was exposed to multiple facets of shooting, both combat, and self-defense. This was also the stepping stone for firearms instruction outside of the military. He attained over 5,000 teaching hours in the field. During that time, he started reconditioning and refurbishing old and damaged firearms. Having access to a gun store nearby that was able to trade Law Enforcement confiscated firearms for Glock’s with the local sheriff’s departments, made a unique opportunity to purchase and restore firearms people saw rarely. This became a sideline business for him.

 

Retiring from the Air Force in 2011, he became an NRA Firearms instructor as well as an NRA Range Safety Officer. Mark then started teaching the Oklahoma Self Defense Act shortly thereafter. He is a graduate of Canadian Valley Technology Center Gunsmithing course. At Wilshire Gun he provides personal instruction, gun fittings, Self Defense Act classes well as NRA course instruction. Mark also developed owner courses, based off manufactures armorer’s courses for Glock, Smith &Wesson, and AR-15 platforms, as well as a gun cleaning class to heighten firearm owner skills. Currently, he serves as Deputy Director of Training.

 

His certifications include:

NRA Refuse To Be A Victim Instructor

NRA First Steps Pistol Instructor

NRA Basic Pistol Instructor

NRA First Steps Rifle Instructor

NRA Basic Rifle Instructor

NRA Personal Protection Inside The Home

NRA Personal Protection Outside The Home

NRA Range Safety Officer

NRA Chief Range Safety Officer & Instructor

Counsel of Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) Self Defense Act Instructor

Oklahoma State Hunter Safety Training Instructor

U.S. Air Force Master Training Instructor

Certified Glock and Smith & Wesson Armorer

Harry McMullan IV

Harry

Harry is a native of Oklahoma City and a graduate of Heritage Hall High School. He was exposed to firearms early in life at the age of six, and from that time on, most weekends were spent out on the family land shooting, hunting and fishing. Then in early 2015, an opportunity to take time off work and completely invest himself in becoming an NRA Instructor arose. In May of 2015 he started at Wilshire Gun.  

 

Harry studied Restaurant and Hotel Management at the University of Nevada Las Vegas and also has an Associate’s Degree in Entrepreneurship from OSU-OKC. It was while in school at UNLV he first saw he  could make a career out of his love for firearms and shooting sports.  After working since his early teen years at a family steel building business, Harry spent 15 years in the restaurant/food industry. 

 

 

His certifications include:

NRA Basic Pistol

NRA Basic Rifle

NRA Refuse to be a Victim

NRA Personal Protection inside the Home

NRA Personal Protection outside of the Home

NRA Chief Range Safety Officer

Counsel of Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) Self Defense Act Instructor

SDA (Concealed Carry) Instructor

Kyle Emmons

Training Page-05Kyle Emmons is from Wagoner, OK, and is married to Taylor Emmons.  He also has a service dog named Athena. Kyle joined the army while still enrolled in High school and became a Ranger while in the military.


During his second deployment to Afghanistan, Kyle was struck by an IED and lost the lower half of his right leg and severely damaged his left leg. After 2 years of rehab, Kyle retired from the Military and in April joined Wilshire Gun as an instructor.

  

Zachary Morton

ZacharyZachary Morton served as a Navy SEAL from November 2004 until November 2015, completing multiple combat deployments with SEAL Team ONE in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom III, IV and V. Zach is a graduate of Naval Special Warfare Sniper School and instructed marksmanship during his tenure with Training Detachment ONE where he taught fellow team members how to shoot, move and communicate. Zach holds civilian certifications from such shooting schools as Mid-South and NEK’s Advanced Concealed Carry Course. He is a 1998 graduate of Bishop McGunniess High School.