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EAA brand, opinions?

Discussion in 'Handguns: General Discussion' started by lionking, Nov 24, 2019.

  1. cfullgraf

    cfullgraf Member

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    After Springfield orphaned my P9C, I bought some replacement parts directly from Tangfoglio USA distribution network. My experience with customer service was pleasant but I won't disagree that some folks had less than pleasant experiences with them.
     
  2. American_Fusilier

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    This probably doesn't help at all, but I'm going to toss it out there anyway.

    I owned two EAA "Windacator"s. I have enjoyed both. Entry level revolvers, very heavy. But they work great.
     
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  3. hemiram

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    I talked to the "nasty guy" at EAA a couple of times, but I don't think he's there anymore. The last couple of times I called them, they were very nice and I have no complaints. One problem was a magazine had a malformed follower, and the other time, the adjustable sight's screw was stripped. I was sent new ones without any charge without any begging on my part. I've never had a serious issue with a Tanfoglio made gun, my Witness .45 was just great, without a single problem, except the slide locked back on the first shot out of the box. It never happened again, and I think I somehow hit the slide stop when I fired it. I sold that gun when I needed cash, but I still miss it.
     
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