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EAA Corp Presents Girsan MC312 Gobbler 12GA

Florida-based, European American Amory Corporation, an industry leader for innovative firearms from around the world, is excited to offer their MC312 Gobbler Shotgun in collaboration with Girsan Firearms.

EAA has you covered as the Gobbler is the perfect companion for this spring. Built on the super tough and highly popular Girsan MC312 shotgun platform, the Gobbler is ready to take to the woods with a combo camo and Cerakote® finish. It comes packaged with five choke tubes and a mini reflex-style red-dot sight. The shotgun is equipped with a 24-inch mid bead barrel that’s highlighted by an integral Picatinny rail mount set into the receiver. This inventive and advanced design that is usually reserved for expensive, competitive shotguns does away with the need for drilled holes on the receiver to which a Picatinny rail could be mounted. The integral rail offers greater strength and puts an end to loose or wobbly optics, or what is commonly referred to as “giraffe neck,” a result of having to lift your head off the gun to find the sight.

The Gobbler’s field-tested fiber optic front sight is located right where your eye aligns, keeping your eye on the target, your head on the gun for immediate target acquisition which is always paramount in spring turkey hunting. It also features common mag tube threads and common choke tube threads for plenty of aftermarket options and your choice of straight or pistol grip stock. Gobbler models also have an enhanced loading port and controls for easier field use with gloves, and are 3.5”, 3” and 2 ¾” compatible.

Check out the EAA Girsan MC312 Gobbler Camo/Cerakote

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