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Review: EAA Girsan MC312

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"Benelli’s patent on the inertia operating system has run its course, and we are now seeing near clones of the Super Black Eagle on the market from a number of shotgun makers, including the Turkish-made Girsan MC312 reviewed here. Imported by European American Armory Corp., this 12-ga. scattergun offers inertial operation at a fraction of the cost of its Italian forebear."

https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2020/2/9/review-eaa-girsan-mc312/?fbclid=IwAR0i_8Hh0QxEO0iVVGADFTKH1cvpPyt1-d0mE5hF449HCxWQWRL8pVRBwfY

"We did notice a good bit of recoil with the heavier loads due to the light weight of this aluminum-receiver gun, and the solid rubber recoil pad didn’t do a great deal to soften the recoil. One might consider adding a pre-fit high-performance pad, especially if one is bold enough to shoot 3½" magnums.

For the low MSRP of $399 the EAA MC312 would be a good gun to take into rough elements or to keep in the truck’s tool box just in case you spot a pheasant in a brushy corner or geese coming into the field."

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