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EAA Corp 400426 SARK2 9mm Pistol 17rd


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•SA •Blended surfaces •Square surface barrel lock up •Ambidextrous safety •Full size grip •Comapct slide •Low barrel axis to grip ratio •Accessory rail •Blue finish •OAL: 7.3" •Wt.: 30 oz.

Cal.: 9mm

Cap.: 17

Brl.: 3.8"

Additional Information

Manufacturer EAA Corp
SKU GAG_400426-0567-0313
Condition New in Box
Caliber 9mm
UPC 741566600920
Manufacturer Part Number 400426
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Customer Reviews

SAR B6P for a spare mag
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Update: for a spare magazine get the SAR B6P mag, it's the identical 17 round magazine as what comes with this SARK2 (or SARK2P as shows on the pistol). Grabagun product name: "EAA Corp SARSLMZ BP9 9mm 17RD" or SKU "GAG_RES-MGEASARB6P9MMMAGAZINE". (Posted on 3/24/14)
Good value for a nice pistol
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Quite impressed with this pistol. Build quality is very good at this price point. Two minor complaints: the slide release, with magazine in, is very hard to release (not an issue when chambering the first round), and the plastic along the slide inside the lower frame, when field stripped, is slightly ragged/untrimmed.
I like the ambidextrous safety (for my wife, a leftie), and that the magazine release can be switched for a left-hander. To do so, remove the barrel/slide, and bring the hammer to it's forward "resting" position. Just in front of the magazine opening, above the mag release button, is a pin with a small hammer-shaped head. Push it down with your finger and rotate 180 degrees, then pull up. Reverse the mag-rel button, then using the included allen wrench (or other small rod) push the spring back in the mag release button to allow the rod to pass through the mag release. Pivot the hammer shaped head back 180 degrees and you're set.
Finding an additional magazine has thus far proved elusive. I cannot find any for sale which are branded Sarsilmaz, or any listed to fit the K2. Online it's mentioned that CZ mags fit.
(Posted on 3/7/14)
Very impressed with this pistol
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I did a lot of research before buying this pistol, and every review I read seemed to agree on all but a single point. Despite others experiences, the magazine delivered with my SAR K2P holds 17 rounds.

The quality of the machining is great. The slide is tight and there are no machining marks visible anywhere. The metal finish is described as blued, but it is actually a mat black finish. Maybe black oxide, and matches the color of the poly frame perfectly. It's very well done. The first shots were low and to the left as others have experienced. With the sights and CMR-201 rail master zeroed I was able to shoot 2" groups at 30'. Only fired 50 rounds on this outing, but the pistol functioned perfectly.

The price would suggest that this pistol is not up to the same standards as other more popular brands. I own pistols from Glock, Ruger, Kahr, and Beretta and I would judge the craftsmanship of this pistol to be equal to or better than all of them.
(Posted on 2/8/14)