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EAA 170840 SAR Arms K2 14+1 45ACP 4.7"
by Charles C Date Added: Saturday 16 March, 2013
First Gun I bought through Bud's. Great price and really speedy shipping. Heard a lot of great things about the pistol and have not been disappointed. I have average sized hands and the grip is fantastic. Fit and finish are really great, good adjustable sights that are low profile but very useable. I have two other .45s, a Ruger and a 1911. Accuracy is EASILY as good or better than either, weight keeps the recoil lower than either and follow up shots are a breeze. Personally am not a big fan of rails on carry guns but the one on the K2 is an example of really great machining. Disassembled it as soon as I got home and found NO machining marks anywhere. Pulled the grips and sights off, heated the gun up with a heat gun, then slathered the Frog Lube on. Have put over 500 rounds of all kinds of ammo through it in less than 4 days. Only issues I encountered were my fault, a batch of handloads that I had sitting around for forever were causing failures to feed/eject... finally remembered that I had worked up a gentle load for my Mother's old S&W 3" 625. They were intended for very close range (home defense) and low-powered to keep the recoil way down. I was amazed that the K2 worked with them at all. Out of roughly 60 rounds only 4 failures to feed. Tried them with my Ruger P89. Had a failure to feed nearly every time through 2 mags. 1911 wasn't much better. Every second or third round was either a failure to feed/extract or a stovepipe. Ran 2 mags through it. K2 just ate the rest and even man was it accurate with those loads. Took it apart again and really went over the internals... finely polished feed ramp, no machining marks, everything engaging just the way they were supposed to... only downside is that my daughter loves it and I have to fight just to get a chance to shoot my gun... oh well, hope the buying frenzy lets up soon so I can get a certain someone a K2 for their birthday... maybe I'll get mine back then.

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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