Listening to customer input, Cocoa, Florida-based EAA Corp is set to start shipping an expanded series of Girsan MCP35 Hi-Power clones, complete with 21st-century updates.
Coming this summer are the MCP35 Match and MCP35 Ops, both all-steel construction, short-recoil-operated classics that Mr. John Browning would recognize. However, the new guns, departing from the more basic MCP35 that we've highlighted in reviews and tests in recent weeks, offer features that both the average gun owner and the competitive shooter will love.
These include an extended beavertail, fiber-optic front sight, G10 grips, straight trigger, beveled magwell, and windage/elevation adjustable rear sight. Plus, they drop the Mk III-style magazine safety, a feature much-detested by Hi-Power fans.