[SHOT 2024] EAA Unveils New Girsan 2311 Models

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[SHOT 2024] EAA Unveils New Girsan 2311 Models

In the latest firearms industry update, European American Armory Corporation (EAA) is launching new variants to their Girsan 2311 series. Following their tradition of innovative firearm designs, the company is importing two impressive models that are certain to catch the attention of shooting enthusiasts.

The first model sports a compact 3-inch barrel but retains a full-size grip. This fusion of dimensions is likely to appeal to consumers seeking efficacy combined with ease of handling. By maintaining a full-size grip, the gun maintains a solid hold which can help improve accuracy, despite its smaller barrel length.

In contrast, the second offering from EAA in the Girsan series is an imposing 6-inch barrel model, chambered in 10mm. This addition expands on their range of options, catering to a segment of the firearm market that appreciates a larger caliber and the increased range it offers.

As an additional offering, EAA has also introduced a muzzle brake accessory. Muzzle brakes are highly appreciated among firearm users for their ability to reduce recoil and muzzle rise, making them especially beneficial for guns with larger calibers, such as the newly introduced 6-inch 10mm model.

EAA has a long-standing reputation of providing innovative solutions for firearm enthusiasts, ranging from casual sport shooters to serious competition marksmen. These latest additions to their Girsan 2311 series prove that they continue to uphold this legacy, satisfying their customer base’s demands for high-quality firearms that combine practicality, comfort, and performance.

This launch follows on the success of previous products from EAA, signaling the brand’s dedication to continuous evolution and adaptation to market needs. With the introduction of these new models, it’s evident that EAA is committed to maintaining its position as a leader in the realm of firearms manufacture and import.

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  • Hoyden Hoyden on Jan 28, 2024

    2311 is to STI as

    AREX Zero 1 is to Sig 226?

  • Blah Blah on Jan 29, 2024

    Not liking the AI writing posts, comes off like a career politician, lots of words for absolutely no meaning or substance.

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    • Marc Marc on Jan 30, 2024

      @Blah I'm starting to get real tired of em. When it mentions EAA, a firearm importer, and innovative firearms design continuing, I've lost all patience. The company that makes clones of popular pistol designs is not an innovative designer. Please stop it.