SHOT Show 2018: EAA Tanfoglio Match Pistols

posted on February 7, 2018
One thing you'll notice if you shop EAA's Tanfoglio pistol line is more polymer, starting with the Polymer Match and the Polymer Match Pro. Built for competition, each pistol features a large polymer competition frame with optics-ready slides, a fully adjustable super sight, extended magazine release, extended safety and a standard hammer. The P Match Pro offers a SA/DA trigger and an integral accessory rail, while the P Match offers an SA trigger with over-travel stop along with a competition magazine well. Based on the Stock III, the two pistols also have a wider magwell for easier reloads. Additionally, EAA Polymer 1911 introduced two years ago is now available in Commander size. For more, see American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach fire them during Industry Day at the Range ahead of the 2018 SHOT Show, and visit


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