EAA Witness Pavona

posted on April 26, 2014
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It's no secret that women are more involved in the industry than ever before, and companies have responded in force. Firearms designed specifically for women have become  commonplace. Last year, EAA submitted its entry in the form of its Witness Pavona line-which is designed for women, by a woman.

Compact, easy to load, easy to control and just downright easy to use, the Witness Pavona models are meant to be a go-to option for any woman about to become a first-time firearm owner. Each model offers a lightweight, ergonomic grip in a distinct,t compact, smooth and sparkling (yes, sparkling-check out the image below) polymer frame with integral checkering and sculpted, contoured lines.

For more information, check out the video embedded below or go to EAACorp.com.

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