Editor’s Choice: EAA Witness2311

posted on July 4, 2023
Editor’s Choice: EAA Witness2311

European American Armory joins a host of manufacturers offering double-stack, M1911-style handguns this year. What’s more, unlike many other companies, EAA Corp. is planning to roll out a complete line of offerings, ranging from compacts to longslides, as well as offering chambering options in 9 mm Luger, .45 ACP and 10 mm Auto.

Best of all, these models will be offered at a starting MSRP of just $999. The guns feature a hybrid steel-and-polymer grip frame and will accept standard Staccato/STI double-stack magazines. Magazine capacity for the 10 mm-chambered model shown is slated to be 15 rounds. Multiple sighting options will be seen across the line, as well as an extended beavertail grip safety and bilateral thumb safeties.

The guns will also incorporate front and rear slide serrations, as well as a railed dustcover for accessories. For more information, visit eaacorp.com.


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