Editor’s Choice: EAA Churchill 812 and 512 series

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posted on April 11, 2020
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EUROPEAN AMERICAN ARMORY is importing a full line of over-under shotguns from well-regarded Turkish maker Akkar, including the Churchill 812. The Churchill 812 is an over-under shotgun series separated into the Field and ORCAP types. The Field version is available in 12, 20 and 28 ga. along with .410 bore with each having its own scaled receiver. It comes with three choke-tube options included. The barrels are hammer forged with the length for the 12 ga. at 28” while the other options have 26” barrels. Field types come with a plain stainless receiver and single trigger. The barrels have a red fiber-optic bead. It also has a walnut stock. The MSRP on all gauge options for the Churchill 812 Field are $1,286.

The second type is the Churchill 812 ORCAP chambered in 12 ga. only, with two barrel length options of 30” and 28”. The ORCAP comes with five extended choke tubes included and auto ejectors for both barrels. The trigger is adjustable and selectable between the two barrels. The ORCAP has an etched receiver that is hard case nickel-finished. The figured stock is made of select walnut that is oil-finished with and adjustable comb. Barrels on the ORCAP are hammer forged and back-bored with a red fiber-optic bead as well. The rib on the top barrel is 10 mm wide. Both barrel length options for the Churchill 812 ORCAP have a MSRP of $2,760.

There is even a side-by-side version of the Churchill called the 512. The Churchill 512 is similar in features to the 812 Field with caliber options of 12, 20 and 28 ga. along with .410 bore and two barrel lengths of 28” and 26”. Three choke options are included as well. The stock is walnut and the receiver is plain stainless like the 812 Field as well. The Churchill 512 has an MSRP of $1,355. For more information on the Churchill 812 Field, ORCAP and 512 please visit eaacorp.com

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