Based on a John Browning’s Iconic Design, EAA Debuts Girsan MC P35 Pistol

Based on a John Browning’s Iconic Design, EAA Debuts Girsan MC P35 Pistol
Based on a John Browning’s Iconic Design, EAA Debuts Girsan MC P35 Pistol

Cocoa, Fla. (Ammoland.com) –  EAA Corp., importers of select quality and affordable handguns, rifles, and shotguns, in conjunction with their partner, Girsan, are pleased to bring one of the most recognizable pistol designs back into production with the new MC P35 single-action, semi-automatic 9mm pistol.

Made with serious respect for the original Browning Hi-Power® pistol design, EAA’s MC P35 pays homage to one of the most widely used military handguns in the world, with its classic styling. Built on a steel frame and slide in a black matte finish, the MC P35 boasts a 15+1 capacity in a staggered column magazine. Originally designed as a military pistol, the Hi-Power® necessitated extreme accuracy and the Girsan MC P35 does not disappoint. The short recoil 9mm, 4 5/8” barrel, along with the slide, allow for quick second shot resets, getting the shooter on target faster. The rear sight is a windage drift adjustable sight and the front is a dovetail sight. The traditional slim trigger allows for a short trigger reset and is accessible even while wearing gloves and the serrated ring hammer provides a positive grip while cocking. Enhanced external controls include external extractor, ambidextrous safety, and magazine disconnect safety.

EAA and Girsan bringing back one of the most iconic pistol designs in the world with the  Girsan MC P35. MSRP is $528.00.

The Girsan MC P35 Semi-Auto Specifications:

  • SKU:                                     390450
  • Caliber:                               9mm
  • Action:                                Semi-Auto
  • Overall Length:                 7.75”
  • Barrel Length:                   4.87”
  • Weight:                               1.8 lbs.
  • Mag Cap.:                          15+1
  • Finish:                                  Black
  • MSRP:                                 $528.00

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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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DarryH
DarryH
23 days ago

also curious about hardness. A while back I read about another Hi Power clone. It was sent off to have different sights installed. The gent doing the work found the slide to be softer than the original’s.

Tionico
Tionico
24 days ago

if a guy needed a bunch of new handguns, this might be an otiin worht exploring. For now I’ll stick with my bag of well used perfecty functioning sixties Belgian made BHP’s. Wonerful handguns. Got one on my belt everywhere I go.

J Richardson
J Richardson
24 days ago

I wonder if they improved the trigger as well as got rid of the magazine disconnect. I don’t see any mention of it on the EAA website.

Tionico
Tionico
24 days ago
Reply to  J Richardson

text above states mgaizine disconnect dafety is standard.

Finnky
Finnky
24 days ago
Reply to  Tionico

Aren’t most magazine disconnect safeties fairly easily removed by purchaser? Isn’t such removal standard practice? Tandom Cross (sp?) provided parts and directions to fix my ruger 22 along with other upgrades. Haven’t bothered removing from my Yugo version of TT33 but it’s even more of a range toy / safe queen than the 22.

Wouldn’t accept such “safety” in any carry or otherwise serious use gun. Those “safeties” are just too dangerous.

APG member
APG member
25 days ago

Sniff, Sniff. EAA, probably has good heat treatment. I guess I will have to go to their site to find out if it is cast or forged.

Last edited 25 days ago by APG member
Arny
Arny
24 days ago
Reply to  APG member

I have a few. Top notch quality IMO. From what I understand they use Tisas frames that are cast. I could be wrong though. And not sure if this applies to this firearm.

Rob
Rob
24 days ago
Reply to  Arny

Thanks for the clarity.