Girsan MC P35

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Summary: The description, specs, photos, pricing and user ratings of the Girsan MC P35 pistol.

Manufacturer’s Description

The Girsan MC P35 is a semi-auto, hammer-fired pistol built on a matte-black steel frame with a matte-black steel slide, and chambered in 9mm. The Turkish manufacturer based the MC P35 on Browning‘s Hi-Power pistol.
Other features include:

Girsan MC P35 right side photo
The MC P35 from the right.
  • An external extractor;
  • a windage drift adjustable, notch rear sight with bracketing white lines;
  • a dove-tailed ramp front sight;
  • a slim trigger with a short reset;
  • a serrated ring hammer;
  • rear cocking serrations;
  • an ambidextrous thumb safety;
  • a magazine disconnect safety;
  • synthetic checkered grips;
  • a smooth front strap;
  • a flush-fit, staggered column magazine.

The Specs

Caliber Capacity OAL BBL WI HI WT
9mm 15+1 7.75″ 4.87″ n/a” n/a 1.8 lbs.

EAA imports this pistol into the United States.

Pricing & Shopping

MSRP: $528

More MC P35 Photos

Girsan MC p35 left side photo
The MC P35 from the left.
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2 thoughts on “Girsan MC P35”

  1. I can’t find ANY wholesaler who admits to having these available to ship. What’s THAT about?

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  2. I just bought one from my LGS. He has two more, and when I asked where he got them, he just chuckled at me. Paid $485 out the door, and I have to admit that after forty seven years of carrying and working on Hi Powers of all makes, this one is actually pretty damned nice. Typical fair trigger but thats easy to remedy. Very accurate to the. point where my bunsmith bud liked it and shot up all of my ?test” ammo after taking out the You-Know-What. Finish is great and as they say, the fit is terrific. I am impressed and I am not new to the Hi Power, as I said. I don’t beliee I paid under $500 for this quality of handgun, but I think I get the plan here. The Turkish weapons have come into the market at very low prices, and yet they are terrific products. I started with them two years ago and now have owned six. Three are still in my stash. They entered the market with a quality product that only needed the usual tweaking any 1911 that you can afford will want. With each gun I bought, the quality overall increased. I own a commander Tisas now that rivals my $1400 Sig in all respects. All did to it was change the grips. The action was unreal good. And now that the Turks have meade their initial penetration, their pries are going up. Just looked at a Bantam model.1911. Price? $1195. I rest my case.

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