Rifleman Review: EAA Corp. Witness P Match Pro

posted on May 6, 2020
Watch our ARTV video above to learn all about the EAA Corp Witness P Match Pro pistol chambered for 9 mm Luger.

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Eurpoean American Armory Corp. (EAA Corp.) is the U.S. importer of a recoil-operated semi-automatic pistol from Tangfolio of Italy. This full-size pistol features a black polymer frame and was designed with the competitive target shooter in mind. Weighing in at 35 ozs. empty, the Witness P Match Pro houses a 4.75” barrel within its steel slide.

Right-side view of a pistol on a stand and offwhite drapes behind.

Built on a design made popular by Česká zbrojovka (CZ) first introduced in 1975, the Witness P Match Pro, like the model CZ 75, utilizes a frame and slide combination with a unique fit; the slide nests within the frame rails rather than over hanging it, which results in a barrel that rests lower and more in line with the shooter’s grip, mitigating recoil and muzzle flip for controllable rapid-fire strings.

Man shooting handgun on range and blast coming from the barrel.

The hammer-fired P Match Pro pistol features DA/SA operation and houses a manual safety lever on the left side of the gun’s polymer frame. EAA Corp. provides a 17-round double-stack magazine with its Witness P Match Pro, and the slide is topped with a fully-adjustable rear sight and post front, a combination that works for competitive shooters and home defenders alike. Additionally, the magazine release is enlarged and the gun’s magazine well has been flared to expedite reloads.

Rear view of EAA pistol in hands focusing on rear sight and hammer.

Below the frame-mounted safety on the left side is a raised panel with texturing and emblazoned with a “T” signifying the gun’s heritage; the right side of the grip features an identical panel. Sections of texturing on the front strap and back strap further enhance the P Match Pro. Furthermore, the square-shaped trigger guard blends to the frame with a radius for the shooter’s index finger, allowing for a slightly higher grip.

Close-up of EAA pistol grip highlighting texturing panels.

EAA Corp. imports 5 chambering options for its Witness P Match Pro, as well, .22 Long Rifle conversion kits are available at additional expense. Follow along with American Rifleman’s Kelly Young in our feature video above to learn more.

Spec table for EAA Witness P Match Pro pistol.
Specifications for an EAA Witness P Match Pro pistol.



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