As Veterans and members of the Special Operation community, we set out to create simple and actionable solutions to the challenges that enthusiasts, law enforcement, and deployed operators encounter as it pertains to firearms.
Our Marksman Caddy product is the first of it's kind which encompasses everything one would need regardless of the situation. Features include secured vertical weapon storage and retrieval. It includes an integrated ballistic baseplate in the event of an accidental discharge. As well as a deployable stool and rifle rest, making the Marksman Caddy a mobile shooting station.
These simple yet innovative solutions are the culmination of decades worth of training and conducting a multitude of different missions. Our team is comprised of only the best in class. All the members of our executive leadership council have robust experience in law enforcement, government agencies, and/or military operations. Our backgrounds are diverse but our mission is one and the same. Develop safer ways to store, transport, and operate using firearms. Continue to be of service, and always look for ways to improve.
Founder / CEO
Mike Matranga served as a protector to America’s family as a Special Agent in the Presidential Protection Division of the United States Secret Service. Matranga protected the President and First Family of the United States world-wide, through the oversight of advance security surveys and threat
assessments to identify and mitigate potential risks.
Details also included Foreign Heads of State, while working under the Special Operations Division as a Presidential Counter Assault Team Operator, Assistant Team Leader. His work in strategic security and safety, over a span of nearly fifteen years, uniquely qualifies him to advise our team of experts.
Advisory Board Member
The President of the United States of America, awarded the Silver Star to Master Sergeant Anthony S. Pryor, United States Army, for conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action while serving as the Team Sergeant of Special Forces Operational Detachment Alpha 511 (ODA-511), Company A, 1st Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group (Airborne) during a combat mission in support of Operation ENDURING FREEDOM, in Afghanistan, during a search mission for suspected terrorists from 23 to 24 January 2002.
During a night combat assault in Afghanistan, Master Sergeant Pryor, while at great peril to himself, capably led his team through intense automatic weapons fire coming from less than twenty-five meters away. Without hesitation and with total disregard for his own personal safety, Master Sergeant Pryor attacked directly into the continuous enemy fire. His initiative and leadership prevented the detachment from being pinned down in the initial entry point because of his continuous attack. He single-handedly killed four enemy personnel at close range including one enemy fighter in hand-to-hand combat. Master Sergeant Pryor sustained a dislocated shoulder during the struggle, but continued to fight and lead his men.
He repeatedly rendered himself to continuous and intense enemy fire while leading his team to the successful accomplishment of the mission. Through his distinctive accomplishments, Master Sergeant Pryor reflected credit upon himself, the United States Special Forces Command, the United States Army, and the Department of Defense.
Advisory Board Member