NRA Gun of the Week: EAA Churchill 620 Optics Tactical

posted on August 6, 2021

Imported to U.S. shores by European American Armory Corp., (EAA) with duty-ready capability and a red-dot optic attached is the the Akkar Churchill 620. This latest pump-action shotgun from EAA features a refined aluminum receiver with integral Picatinny rail and comes chambered for 20 gauge, offering the market a versatile package at an affordable price.

right side black shotgun pump-action gun text on image noting "EAA CHURCHILL 620 OPTICS TACTICAL"

The Churchill 620’s improved receiver comes fitted with an 18.5” barrel that is threaded for choke tubes; a breaching extended tube is included with recoil-mitigating ports. Combining the barreled action with ruggedized, synthetic furniture provides for a pump-action an overall length of 37.5” with a weight of 5 lbs.

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Should you choose to fire magnum-charged loads, the 620 is capable with a 3”-long chamber. Functioning the gun is reminiscent of other designs. There is bolt unlock lever just in front of the spacious trigger guard. EAA provides a manual, crossbolt-style safety at the rear of the trigger guard.

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Watch our NRA Gun of the Week video to learn more about the EAA Corp., AKKAR Churchill 620 Optics Tactical shotgun.

Churchill 620 Optics Tactical Specifications
Importer: European American Armory Corporation
Action Type: pump-action shotgun
Chambering: 20 gauge; 3”
Receiver: aluminum
Barrel: 18.5” steel
Stock: black synthetic
LOP: 14.25”
Sights: wing-protected, fiber-optic
Magazine: five-round, tubular
Overall Length: 37.5”
Weight: 5 lbs.
MSRP: $427


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