Immersed within the firearms industry for over 40 years, Mr. Danas now educates attorneys, judges, and jurors on the science behind firearm technology, design, and use. Mr. Danas routinely testifies in Federal & State courts nationwide. Performing services as a custom gunsmith for over 35 years, Mr. Danas is well-versed in the internal design workings of most firearms, which in most instances allows for an immediate evaluation/opinion as to the possibility of firearm mechanical failure.
The G&G Firearms Experts Laboratory maintains forensic examination testing equipment, which enables G&G Experts to service any civil and criminal matter involving firearms and their use/misuse. G&G’s forensic laboratory possesses the latest technological scientific equipment including three Leica FS C comparison microscopes, a JEOL Scanning Electron Microscope (Gunshot Residue analysis or re-analysis), and Starrett’s Digital Force Testing Systems, L2+ Force Gauge providing Load, Distance, and Break limit testing of trigger mechanisms. Force Gauge testing provides digital force comparisons between two factory handgun trigger specifications and criminal/civil firearms that possess potentially defective internal trigger mechanisms. Testing a handgun trigger mechanism is paramount when a civil/criminal matter declares the use or misuse of a handgun.
Before establishing G&G Firearms Experts, Inc., Mr. Danas was the President and founder of three firearm-related businesses, A.G Guns & Ammo Inc. (1984), Instructional Shooting Inc. (1988), and Accuracy Grip Inc. (2002). The firearm retail store and full-time shooting school facilitated education in the proper safety and application of firearms while offering a twenty-four-course curriculum to over 25,000 students. Accuracy Grip Inc. maintains a utility patent identifying the only U.S. modular trigger control apparatus which places the distal portion of the user’s finger to an exact repeatable position on the trigger. The Accuracy Grip eliminates any lateral movement of the trigger finger allowing centerline shot placement.