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EAA 999175 WITNESS 9MM/22LR COMBO BL Reviews

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18 Reviews. Average Rating:    4.8 of 5 Stars!
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by Kyle S Monday 24 October, 2011
Nice looking gun. Shoots well in both 9mm and 22lr. Best price I found anywhere and the shipping was extremely fast. Cant say enough good things about the gun and Buds. Would recommend.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Dan W Tuesday 11 October, 2011
I've owned many EAA products over the years (purchased a high percentage from Bud's), and never had trouble with any of them. The accuracy and reliability are terrific, and have always received personalized service when I called EAA to ask about conversion unit compatibility, parts, etc. This 9mm/22LR combo is hard to beat for any price, let alone under $425. The 22LR top end is the ONLY 22LR unit I've ever owned that is 100% reliable, and I've owned a bunch, including those made by bigger-name companies. I use 22 Thunderbolt hollowpoint ammo, and this unit already has two groundhogs to its credit. Anything inside about 35 paces is dead meat. The 9mm top-end is equally reliable and accurate.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Eric L Saturday 08 October, 2011
Well I got a EAA Witness 9mm/22lr, I ordered it monday and picked it up friday. I went to the range saturday and shot both the 9mm and the 22lr and they performed well. I very happy with my purchase and will buy more from Bud's gun shop. The gun is beautiful and I will enjoy it for a long time.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by chris j Sunday 02 October, 2011
I am very pleased with this gun. I now have over 500 rounds of multiple brands through it in .22lr. Have not had any major issues with either caliber, no problems at all with the 9mm. The .22lr has had a few FTF, but not very frequent. Considering the price, I think this is a great deal, especially since I can run the cheap Wally World bulk packs through it with no problems. Accuracy is as good as it needs to be and I am sure the gun is more accurate than I am.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Brian B Monday 19 September, 2011
Have had this combo to the Range on 4 different trips now. 9mm - I have put 300 rounds of Remington UMC and Magtech 115 grain through it without a single failure. Weight feels good while shooting - the full size frame feels balanced. 22LR. On the first trip out - I had several issues with failure to load. failure to eject. That was with Reminton UMC 525 box. I have been back to the range 3 other times since then and put over 600 rounds of CCI Mini Mags and Remington Thunderbolts through it with only 1 failure to eject. I honestly think I was being too gentle with the 22LR magazines - I don't think I was getting them seated strongly enough. I have purchased an additional 9mm Magazine, and 2 other 22LR Magazines for it (it is nearly impossible to decipher the proper magazines for the 22LR on this)- I suggest just calling EAA in Florida - giving them the Serial Number and they will send you the right ones. It's a fun gun to shoot - a little heavy for carry.

Rating:     5 of 5 Stars!
by Matthew L Saturday 10 September, 2011
I bought one of these about 6 months ago and now have enough range time with it to speak to its quality. The 9mm setup works great, 500+ rounds with zero issues feeding federal 115 gr and winchester white box. The single action has a tiny bit of grit but overall it is light and very acceptable. The double action leaves something to be desired...It is smooth but very heavy. I have had a similar expericence to another reviewer, the .22lr is barely functional. To be fair, I have only ran CCI minimags but have had only 1 magazine run 100% out of 200 rounds of 22 through the gun. The 22 slide also had a large mark cut into the bluing (which I didn't see until after I signed for the gun which is when I realized I need to inspect them better) I average at least one FTF when running as a 22, without the extractor seating properly so then when you rack that slide you get a double feed. I am still working through a few different oils or grease trying to figure out whats up but sooner or later its going back to EAA. Overall, I really like the gun. In fact, I have added the 45 acp slide in wonder finish and have added EAA's wood grips (not cheap but nice quality). 5 mags in each centerfire cartridge and it makes a very nice multifunctional firearm. I hope at some point EAA offers the long slide 10mm (from the hunter version) so I can add one of those to my setup as well. IF the .22 slide worked I'd give the product a 5 star rating.

Rating:     4 of 5 Stars!
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