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Am I the only EAA owner here :thinking: I have a Witness P compact in 45acp. Never even shot one before I picked this one up at a pawn fairly cheap. Actually has turned out to be a really good pistol. Shoots any kind of ammo, I personally have never had a jam or misfire or malfunction of any kind and have ran a lot of ammo through it. Will shoot good groups if the shooter can. Trigger is so-so. Has just turned out to be a good gun for very little money. Biggest downfall on mine since it is an older model is that you cannot add any accessories to it and no one seems to make any aftermarket accessories for it.
 

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i have a witness 40 and a 9mm match barrel and slide. shoots great , no jammes, accurate i like mine. i have a springfield 45 i cant shoot as well as i can the witness.
 

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I had an EAA Witness Compact .45 at one time. It was a good shooter, but heavy to carry. It really soaked up recoil very well!
 

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I had a eaa 357 earlier in the year, never got to shoot it though... a friend worried the piss out of me about it so i sold it to him.
 

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jbpmidas said:
I had an EAA Witness Compact .45 at one time. It was a good shooter, but heavy to carry. It really soaked up recoil very well!
Yea it's a little heavy. I wouldn't want to be packing it in my waistband. I keep it on the nightstand or in the truck glovebox.
 
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