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Smith & Wesson adds LE sales staff.

Bryan James is director of law enforcement sales at Smith & Wesson. James began his career at the DEA Firearms Training Unit for the FBI. He joined Glock Inc. in 1991 as assistant sales manager. In his most recent role as director of training, he gained experience working with law enforcement officials at the federal, state and local levels.

Douglas Grier III is Smith & Wesson's regional sales manager for law enforcement in the mid-Atlantic region. Grier began his career selling firearms and police equipment to law enforcement and security agencies for D & P Shooting Range, Richmond, Va., and Gately Communications, Hampton, Va., before joining Glock Inc. Most recently, he was the senior district manager for law enforcement sales at Glock.
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Title Annotation:Industry newsmakers
Publication:Shooting Industry
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Nov 1, 2005
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