The European American Armory Corp., or EAA, is pleased to introduce the Girsan Regard MC BX to the American market. This full-size suppressor-ready handgun comes in two patterns based on the trusted and familiar Beretta 92 design.
“The Girsan Regard family is one of our best-selling products and for good reason,” said EAA’s Chase Duffey. “Girsan has taken a timeless design and mastered the topic.”
“The fit, finish and attention to detail on these models at their very reasonable price point make them the uncontested choice in their segment,” he said. “The additional enhancements on the Regard BX make this an obvious answer for shooters looking for a great gun and an even better value.”
Chambered for 9mm Luger, the Regard MC BX has a solid 18+1-round capacity with flush magazines. The forged aluminum alloy frame features a full-length rail for lights and other accessories and gives the Regard MC BX an unloaded weight of 34 ounces, making it light enough for all-day carry, but heavy enough to help with felt recoil and fast follow-up shots.
The Regard MC BX is a double- and single-action pistol with a slide-mounted safety-decocker. Both models come with a fixed front sight with a white dot and a drift-adjustable rear dot sight to match. They have 4.9-inch barrels and include a knurled thread protector.
The two versions include a blued model with a black frame and grey and black machined G10 grips as well as a flat dark earth with blued highlights and coyote and black G10 grips.
Other elements of the design include deep rear slide serrations, an extended beavertail grip and slight fingergrooves along the frontstrap, and long serrations along the backstrap for added control.
Of course, what best sets the Regard MC BX apart from the crowd is its value. The black model has a suggested retail price of $567 while the flat dark earth model is priced at just $588, making these some of the most affordable suppressor-ready handguns on the market today.
For more information about these and other EAA products, check them out online today.