EAA Corp’s New MC9 Pistol with FAR-DOT Optics will Change Your View

EAA Corp's Girsan MC9 Optics Pistol

Cocoa, Fla. (Ammoland.com) – The Hunt for The Red Dot. It’s not a spy thriller or block-buster movie, but an actual reaction when trying to aim a pistol and find the elusive red dot in the pistol optic! Don’t lose precious time trying to put the red dot on the target with EAA Corp’s new patent-pending Fast Acquisition Red Dot Optic (FAR-DOT™) mounted on the Girsan MC9 Standard and MC9 Match pistols.

The Girsan MC9 Optics pistol, in 9mm is an ergonomic pistol with a sleek design in a lightweight build, whether for competition, target shooting, or home

MC9 Far Dot right side view

defense, its fit, form, and function are first-class and known worldwide. The MC9 Optics includes EAA’s patent-pending design; the FAR-DOT optic mounts without an optics adaptor plate, means no shaking or distortion of the target while shooting. Unlike traditional red dots, that require the shooter to locate the red dot while acquiring the target, EAA’s FAR-DOT solves the hunt for the red dot! Literally, draw, aim, and shoot without losing time or the target. Three interchangeable backstraps come with the MC9’s to give the pistol a comfortable, custom grip for any size hand. A rail in front of the generous trigger guard offers an additional place for lights or lasers, increasing the versatility of the MC9 Optics pistol.

The Girsan MC9 Optics Match pistol features the same lightweight, ergonomic design with three interchangeable backstraps, trigger guard forward rail, and ported barrel. Also, the MC9 Optics Match pistol adds a little flash with a part red trigger and grip base.

EAA Corp's Girsan MC9 Optics Match Pistol

Girsan MC9 Optic Standard and MC9 Optic Match Specifications:

Model:                                 MC9 Optic Standard        MC9 Optic Match

SKU:                                     390350                                  390355

Caliber:                                9mm                                      9mm

Mag Cap:                             17 +1                                     17 +1

Barrel Length:                     4.2”                                        4.63”

Overall Length:                  7.5”                                        8.25”

Weight:                                1.4 lbs.                                  1.6 lbs.

Finish:                                  Black                                      Black and Red

Optics:                                  FAR-DOT                              FAR-DOT

MSRP:                                   $568.00                                 $661.00

For more information on EAA Corp., visit www.eaacorp.com or check them out on Facebook, YouTube, or Pinterest.


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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Pa John
Pa John
1 month ago

Side note: The traditional red dot sight is a great tool for testing the “Cylinder” and “Axis” settings on your prescription eyeglasses. The “out of round” state of the pupil of your eye is of course known as “astigmatism”, and “cylinder” is simply a number that indicates how far “out of round” your pupil is, and the “axis” number indicates the exact angle of that out of roundness. They of course use those numbers when making your eyeglasses to hopefully correct for your astigmatism… Anyone with astigmatism will be very familiar with seeing one of the following instead of a… Read more »

Branden
Branden
1 month ago

You didn’t mention how this red dot solves the hunt for the dot. What does it do different than a rmr,holosun,vortex,shield that makes finding the dont easier besides mounting without a adapter plate.

Jeremy B.
Jeremy B.
1 month ago
Reply to  Branden

How do it work though?

Also if direct mount is such a good idea, then why does the competition version use plates?