Editor's Choice: EAA Girsan MCP35 Match

The firearm industry is flourishing and has great things to offer the many millions of armed citizens all across our land.

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posted on April 1, 2022
EAA Girsan MCP35 Match right-side view handgun pistol gun semi-automatic 9 mm

European American Armory is doing its part to further the current resurgence of the High Power pistol designed by John Moses Browning and Dieudonné Saive with several versions of its Girsan MCP35.

Made in Turkey, the all-steel guns are faithful to the original, but the Match offers upgrades including: a well-designed and -shaped bilateral safety lever, a flat-faced trigger, a windage-adjustable rear sight and a fiber-optic front sight. The short-recoil-operated, hammer-fired gun is chambered in 9 mm Luger (with a 15-round capacity), has an external extractor and comes with a 4 5⁄8" barrel.

Other features on the Match include a beveled magazine well, an extended beavertail grip safety (that keeps the rowel hammer from biting the web of the shooter’s hand) and textured G10 stocks. eaacorp.com

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