New: EAA Girsan MC1911 Noel

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posted on February 24, 2020
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EAA's latest competitive shooting handgun, the Girsan MC1911 Noel was designed with input from USPSA shooter Noel Zarza. This single-stack competition semi-automatic pistol is offered in both .45 ACP (8+1 capacity) and 9mm (10+1 capacity). MSRP: $1,075 for .45 ACP; $901 for 9mm.

The Girsan MC1911 Noel is built on a machined steel frame and slide with a matte nickel finish. Competitive shooting-friendly features include a 5-inch barrel, extended beavertail, ambidextrous safety and checking on the frame front and back grip. A skeletonized target trigger breaks at around 2.5 pounds. Additional features include a fully-adjustable rear target sight and textured laminated grips. The Noel 1911 has an overall length of 8.75 inches and weighs in at 2.55 pounds.

Noel Zarza is a retired Army officer who served as a company commander, combat trainer, and combat adviser to allied military forces, as well as the operations officer for a Special Forces unit during his last deployment to Afghanistan. He first took up competitive shooting back in 2013. He is scheduled to compete in at nine USPSA matches this season.

Learn more at www.eaacorp.com.


See more: Top USPSA Production Handguns In 2019

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