Churchill Shotgun Series’ 512 Cowboy Shotgun, EAA Corp’s New Addition

EAA Corp. Churchill 512 Cowboy side-by-side shotgun.

Cocoa, Fla. (Ammoland.com) – European American Armory Corporation (EAA Corp.), importers of select quality and affordable handguns, rifles, and shotguns, introduces the 512 Cowboy side-by-side shotgun. Produced for EAA Corp. by Akkar, this 512 Cowboy is styled after the shotguns used by stagecoach drivers in the American West. Easy to maneuver, lightweight, and effective against marauding bandits, the “coach gun” became a staple defensive gun and iconic symbol of the Old West.

Churchill Shotgun Series' 512 Cowboy Shotgun

EAA Corp’s version is a modern adaption of this beloved gun and pays tribute to its place in history with a stagecoach engraved on its case colored steel receiver. This 12GA 3” shotgun features a set of 18.5” barrels, manual safety and extractor, bead sight, and mobile choke tubes.  The forend and stock are made from select walnut and oil-rubbed to a fine finish enhancing the natural figuring of the wood. Its unsurpassed fit and finish make this side-by-side an excellent hunting or target shooting gun.

Stagecoach engraving detail on 512 Cowboy case colored receiver.

Churchill 512 Cowboy Shotgun Specifications:

  • Gauge:                                 12
  • SKU:                                    111341
  • Barrel Length:                     18.5”
  • Overall Length:                    37.5”
  • LOP                                     14.25”
  • Weight:                                5 lbs.
  • SRP:                                    $969.00

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About European American Armory Corporation (EAA Corp.):

Based in Florida and founded in the early 1990s, European American Armory Corporation (EAA Corp.) has brought value to firearms owners with an array of right-priced, affordable handguns, rifles, and pistols from respectable international manufacturers. EAA Corp’s mission has always been “good quality products at reasonable prices.” www.eaacorp.com

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grifhunter
grifhunter
18 days ago

A little fancy for a coach gun.

RoyD
RoyD
18 days ago

My “coach gun” has exposed hammers. I have yet to shoot it after having it for 14 years. Got it after a relative died. I should do that some day soon just to see if it still works after all these years.

coldsteel
coldsteel
18 days ago

Nice looking, but a 20 gauge would be far more controllable in a 5 lb. package for the average person.

Country Boy
Country Boy
18 days ago
Reply to  coldsteel

While I agree with you, )) buck is hard to find in 20 ga. Least ways in my parts.

Country Boy
Country Boy
18 days ago
Reply to  Country Boy

that was supposed to be 00 buck .(typo)

Knute
Knute
18 days ago
Reply to  Country Boy

If you can find any, you should try 12ga. number 1 buck. My favorite buckshot in 12ga. #1 just fits the 12ga. bore better than 0 or 00. More shot fits in less space, when it’s #1 in a column of 12ga diameter.

Dave in Fairfax
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Dave in Fairfax
18 days ago
Reply to  Country Boy

COUNTRY BOY,
Got a BB gun?
Roll your own.

Knute
Knute
18 days ago

And start with a hand driven die (shotgun version of the most basic Lee loading kit) instead of a press. Nothing like doing the steps, by hand, one manual step at a time… to learn what’s going on inside of a barrel/chamber as the round ignites. It worked for me anyway. Good luck.
Welcome to the world of unlimited ammo!!!!

RoyD
RoyD
18 days ago
Reply to  Knute

Me too, 51 years ago.

Knute
Knute
18 days ago
Reply to  RoyD

1976 for me, so only 44 years. Up until then I shot only .22rf, or centerfire rifle factory ammo. That was the year I got my first centerfire pistol, a Dan Wesson .357. It didn’t take long for me to want to save money on ammo. Little did I know that reloading doesn’t really SAVE money…. I just ended up shooting a whole LOT more! Within the first year I was up to a Rock Chucker, powder measures, tumblers, and buying components by the thousand. I spent way more than I ever would’ve on factory ammo. But I ended up… Read more »

Winchester1873
Winchester1873
18 days ago

What is the “street price” of this shotgun?

Rock
Rock
18 days ago
Reply to  Winchester1873

“Should” be in the $450.00 range.

PMinFl
PMinFl
18 days ago
Reply to  Rock

Now a days, with all the rip offs , prolly a grand.