New for 2020: EAA Churchill 220 Field

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posted on August 10, 2020
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At the beginning of 2020, European American Armory Corp. rolled out its lineup of Churchill shotguns, providing a range of affordable sport and field models loaded with custom features and furniture normally found on higher-priced shotguns. The company's latest addition to the collection, the Churchill 220 Field, brings an affordable semi-automatic to hunters and shooters looking for the latest in smaller gauges.

Available in 20 gauge, the EAA Corp. Churchill 220 Field is available in three different models. Two models are available with either 28" or 26" barrels and feature a 14.25" length-of-pull, while a third youth-size model features a length-of-pull measuring 13 inches and a barrel length of 24".

Regardless of barrel length, the 220 Field shotgun is outfitted with a ventilated rib and a bright front-sight bead that makes aiming easy and intuitive. Each shotgun is built on a lightweight aluminum receiver, which is paired with a polymer fore-end and buttstock. Together, this package weighs between 5.85-6.3 lbs., depending on barrel length, which makes it light and handy enough to tote into the field or swing easily at sporting clays.

While the Churchill 220 Field Youth model is sized right for younger hunters and shooters, this budget-priced shotgun won't be left to collect dust once they come of age. The gun ships with stock inserts designed to increase length-of-pull, so it can grow along with your young shooter, giving them a field-ready semi-automatic shotgun that they can depend on for years.

No matter what barrel length consumers choose, the Churchill 220 Field retails at a suggested MSRP of $414. For more information, visit eaacorp.com.



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