Grand Power Introduces Three New Firearms to the American Market

The K22S, K22 X-TRIM and CP380 are the newest Grand Power performance semi-auto pistols to be distributed by Eagle Imports Inc.

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Grand Power
Grand Power

Wanamassa, N.J. (Ammoland.com) – Eagle Imports, Inc., the exclusive distributor of Metro Arms, SPS, Bersa, Comanche, Grand Power and Llama firearms products, is proud to announce the arrival of three Grand Power pistols to the American shores for the first quarter of 2016: the K22S, the K22 X-TRIM and the CP380. The Grand Power brand employs high quality materials and state-of-the-art processes and manufacturing to deliver an ergonomically designed, low recoil, polymer pistol for sport shooting and civilian carry.

Grand Power K22s
Grand Power K22s

The K22S is the 22LR version of the popular K100 pistol. Designed to accommodate the affordable training caliber in a pistol sized and accessorized with all the features of the full-size version, the K22S is made with a steel frame and slide and ergonomic polymer grip. The K22S has a 5” fixed barrel and a drift-adjustable steel rear sight. The K22S with DA/SA action with easily accessible controls is designed to fit the hand like a glove, offering superior control whether training, target shooting or using as a transition pistol to the K100.

K-22 X-Trim
Grand Power K-22 X-Trim

Designed with the sport shooter in mind, the K22 X-TRIM is an exclusive model created for demanding customers expecting top quality, accuracy and an attractive design. Combine this with user comfort and durability and you have an unstoppable competitive firearm. The K22 X-TRIM is made with a steel frame and slide, and ergonomic polymer grip. The pistol combines advantages of a 5” fixed barrel, micrometric Elliason rear sight, fiber optic front sight and the innovative design of the X-TRIM in a 22LR version.

CP-380
Grand Power CP-380

Protect yourself and your loved ones with the CP380. A sub-compact version of the P380 model with DA/SA action, the CP380 is lightweight, reliable and accurate, making it the ideal pistol for everyday carry. The CP380 has a 3.3” fixed barrel length and a 12+1 capacity with a drift-adjustable steel rear sight. It is made with a steel frame and slide and ergonomic polymer grip with an easily accessible frame mounted thumb safety.

 

Grand Power Pistol Specifications:

Grand Power K22S Grand Power K22 X-TRIM Grand Power CP380
Caliber: .22 LR .22 LR .380 ACP
Action: DA/SA DA/SA DA/SA
Capacity: 10+1 10+1 12+1
Barrel Length: 5” 5” 3.3”
Front Sight: Plastic Fiber optic Plastic
Rear Sight: Drift-Adjustable Steel Elliason Drift-Adjustable Steel
Finishes: Black Black Black
Grips: Polymer Polymer Polymer
Construction: Steel side, steel frame, polymer grip Steel slide, steel frame, polymer grip Steel slide, steel frame, polymer grip
Safety: Frame mounted thumb safety Frame mounted thumb safety Frame mounted thumb safety
Weight: 24.5 oz. 25.1 oz. 22.6 oz.
Length: 8” 7.4” 7”
Height: 5.3” 5.3” 4.6”
Width: 1.4” 1.4” 1.4”
MSRP: $528.00 $788.00 $528.00

To learn more about Grand Power, or any of the other firearm brands that Eagle Imports carries, visit http://eagleimportsinc.com.

About Grand Power:

Grand PowerGrand Power was founded on the passion and expertise of CEO and owner Jaroslav Kuracina. After many attempts to have his innovative pistol produced in his home country of Slovakia, he finally succeeded through the generosity of private investors in 2012. Today, Grand Power is one of the up and coming firearm brands worldwide, winning awards at IPSC and on the battlefield. www.grandpower.eu/en

About Eagle Imports:

Founded in 1988, Eagle Imports is proud of its history and tradition of being an exclusive firearms distributor in the United States. Eagle is committed to fulfilling Bersa, SPS, Metro Arms, Comanche and Grand Power’s mission in the USA and for providing the ultimate after-sale experience for all of their products. www.eagleimportsinc.com

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Milt VanderLinde

New for 2016??
No wonder everyone scratches their noggin when I ask where I can buy one..
Any info for the CP 380 would be great!

Phil E.

Kinda pricey aren’t they?

Steve K

Great, underrated guns. Hope they get the attention they deserve.