Video Review: EAA Witness 1911 P Handgun

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posted on April 4, 2016
American Rifleman's Executive Editor Brian Sheetz spends some range time with European American Armory (EAA)'s new Witness 1911 P pistol. The gun, an evolution based on EAA's line of 1911 competition pistols, features a polymer lower frame that brings its weight to a trim 32 ounces. This, along with the new single-stack design, takes this reliable .45 from the competition field into concealed-carry. Check out the video to learn more!

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