We are proud of the staff of engineers and machinists who design and manufacture American Made products for civilian and armed professionals. We depend upon them on a daily basis to place your weapon accessory requirements and safety demands at the top of their list. We also have a very competent group of test and development personnel you, our customers. We are continuously responsive to your suggestions, criticisms, ideas and feedback.

You know what you want, what you need and what fits your personal, department or unit's Mission Essential Need Statement (MENS). You use the equipment day in and day out under a variety of environmental and high stress conditions that are impossible to duplicate in any classroom scenario. The information we receive from our customers is priceless. We would like to thank you for caring enough about GG&G and the products we manufacture to take the time to discuss your experiences with our products and share your ideas. In addition to our design and production staff, there are a number of highly skilled, armed professionals who have taken a special interest in our company and its products. They have provided us with invaluable technical expertise and advice and given our products the toughest possible field tests. Some, by virtue of their work must remain anonymous, but a few are listed below:

Chris Caracci:  Former Navy SEAL and Police Officer with 30 years combined training in tactical and defense techniques.

Dennis Chalker:  Retired Navy SEAL, inventor and author who has written six books about the United States Navy SEALs.

Jeffrey Prather:  Retired Special Operations Soldier, former DIA Intelligence Collector, and ex-DEA Special Agent.

Harry Humphries:  Former Navy SEAL who works as a consultant and actor on Hollywood films.

Giles Stock:  Retired from Phoenix Police Department with 20 years of service.  Mr. Stock is a manufacturer certified armorer for Glock, Sig-Sauer, Heckler & Koch, Remington, Colt and Steyr.  He has been an Adjunct Instructor at the Gunsite Training Center where, as Rangemaster, he instructs courses in handgun, rifle, shotgun and carbine.  Currently works as a product development consultant in the firearms industry and as a weapons instructor. 

Hans J. Vang:  Gunsmith and inventor who developed the Vang Comp System at the behest of a government agency which was searching for a way to make their duty shotguns safer to down-range bystanders.