CAA USA Hires General Manager to Spearhead USA Growth Initiative

Dan Gaddis brings executive management experience in the tactical and shooting sports markets to drive marketing, sales and operations of CAA USA product line in the US markets.

Dan Gaddis
Dan Gaddis

Pompano Beach, Fla. ( – CAA USA, developers and manufacturers of advanced battle-tested firearms accessories, announce Dan Gaddis, industry veteran, to fill the new position of CAA USA General Manager.

“Dan Gaddis brings a wealth of experience including operations, marketing, P&L and budgeting to CAA USA,” LTC (Ret.) Mikey Hartman, CEO of CAA International and USA said. “Our US corporate strategies for 2016 will require an individual with a broad range of leadership experiences and abilities to focus on our goals and achieve results. We feel Dan has the credentials and experience to accomplish this task.”

“I am excited about the opportunity to take CAA USA up multiple notches and make it a well-known and highly desirable brand within the tactical and shooting sports markets,” Gaddis, the newly appointed General Manager added.

Gaddis previously held the Vice President of Operation/Merchandising/Marketing position with ASR/U.S. Cavalry based in Chattanooga, Tennesse and prior to that, a VP of Operation/Merchandising position with Quantico Tactical out of Aberdeen, North Carolina.

As the new GM for CAA USA, Dan will be responsible for implementing the CEO’s corporate strategies in the areas of marketing, planning, forecasting, accounting, operations and warehousing and sales.

About CAA:

CAA is the exclusive distributor of world-class, operator-tested firearms accessories and the Hartman MH1 Reflex Sights. Our products are specifically designed to meet the rigorous demands of tactical solutions required by the world’s armed forces, law enforcement units and weapons professionals. CAA product line includes advanced light and laser devices, bipods, handgrips, Picatinny rail systems, tubes, butt stocks, cheek rests, nonlethal personal protection and the patented RONI® pistol-carbine conversion.

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Michael paradiso

I’m wondering why I can’t find the MSE aqc-1 for sale? It looks like the Hartman MH1 has the same design a few differences like the USB charging but only has one choice of rectile. If your trying to make a red dot the same as the MSE aqc-1 your going to have to have more choices of rectile patterns.