best beast for the money by far!,
December 15, 2014
I own a 10mm Hunter by eaa and it is a real joy to shoot. I highly recommend adding the eaa weaver rail they make for it from the factory (the eight drilled and tapped holes, four a sides, should clue you in) and park a red dot optics sighted in at 100 yards. This makes it a 200+ yard deer or hog gun all day long (with the right hunting rounds) as long as you have your optics sighted in property. It even knocks bull elk down without more than a step as well under 150 yards easy too. This pistol is tack-driving accurate, with just under twice the energy of a strong .45apc.....especially at range. Don't scoff at this marvel of hunting genus.
10mm witness hunter,
August 22, 2014
I have 3 Differant 10mm. I like them all. I shoot so many differant Guns and calibers. I have killed all kinds of game. This 10mm hunter is very accurate. The Only thing is eaa is full of it.I have never been able to get 15 rounds in clip. You can get 14 but not 15. Everytime i got to my ranch friends want me to bring my eaa 10mm hunter. I have Killed Many hogs from 25yrds all the way out to 115 yards. other Problem with this gun is it is very hard to get one. it took me two years to get.
Doesn't get any Better,
June 03, 2014
Balanced , finished , accurate , and a trigger that is the best I've ever squeezed .
Shot the Colt and Kimber and this is better , just not as pretty . It's all business !
Downside is no rail and sights while very good are hard to see in dusk or dawn hunting . Had a holster built because I couldn't find one to fit . EAA has always had problems with their recoil springs being too light . Don't shoot without buying a 20 or 22# spring .
Would I buy again ? Absolutely and I am , buying the 4 3/4" Witness Match single action .
March 10, 2014
Forget about crisp 1911 Triggers, the Hunter has an extremely light pull, very crisp release, and short reset. 10mm has better long range ballistics over .45 acp. Plus it's a double stack...