Girsan MC312 Gobbler

(2 customer reviews)
  • Picatinny Rail
  • Camo + Cerakote Combo Finish
  • Straight or Pistol Grip Stock
  • Optics Included
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Description

The Gobbler will fast become your favorite hunting buddy. Built on the super tough Girsan MC312 shotgun platform, the Gobbler is turkey-hunting ready with a combo camo and Cerakote® finish. It’s 24” mid bead barrel gives a fast swing for enhanced target acquisition. The Gobbler integral low mount optic makes acquiring the target easy. The Picatinny rail is machined into the receiver, a feature usually reserved for custom or expensive competition shotguns.

 

The integral rail offers greater strength and puts an end to lose or wobbly optics, or what is commonly referred to as “giraffe neck,” a result of having to lift your head off the gun to find the sight. The Gobbler’s field-tested fiber optic front sight is located right where your eye aligns, keeping your eye on the target, your head on the gun for immediate target acquisition. It also features common mag tube threads and common choke tube threads for plenty of aftermarket options and your choice of straight or pistol grip stock in black or camo. Gobbler models also have enhanced loading port and controls for easier field use with gloves and include wide-view red dot optics.

CAMO/TAN CERAKOTE FINISH

FIBER OPTIC FRONT SIGHT

FIELD TESTED OPTICS

RUBBER BUTT PAD

HANDGUNS

If the gun is owned by the original owner then the original owner should send the gun back to EAA at:
EAA CORP. ATTN: SERVICE DEPT
1426 WEST KING ST
COCOA, FL 32922

Please include all contact information including your phone number in letter form and a copy of the purchase receipt along with the gun.

*Please document and retain the serial number of the gun for your records.*

If the gun is a used handgun and the owner is not the original owner, then the factory warranty is no longer valid. EAA will still service the used handgun, but there will be an estimate for the repair. The service tech(s) will not begin repair work until the customer has been notified with an estimate for the repair.

 

LONG GUNS

If it is a long gun and is owned by the original owner, the gun can be sent to EAA for repair. This will require that the gun to be returned to our service department at:
EAA CORP. ATTN: SERVICE DEPT
1426 WEST KING ST
COCOA, FL 32922

Please include all contact information including your phone number in letter form and a copy of the purchase receipt.

*Please document the serial number of the gun for your records. Some long guns only have a 1 year warranty.*

If the gun is a used long gun and the owner is not the original owner, then the factory warranty is no longer valid. EAA will still service the used gun; but there will be an estimate for the repair. This will require the gun to be returned to our service department.

Please include all contact information including your phone number in letter form for the service tech(s) to reach you with an estimate of service repair. The service tech(s) will not begin repair work until the customer has been notified with a estimate for the repair.

 

RETURN SHIPPING

A) Handguns: If sent via A FFL Dealer, return freight is $20 and shipped via USPS. If not sent via an FFL holder, return freight is $60, shipped via UPS next day air. (This is the law)
B) Long Guns:
 Return freight is $20, shipped via UPS ground.
C) For the fastest return of your firearm: It is recommended that you include your email and billing address with your firearm when you ship it in for repair. This will help to expedite the return shipping process. If the information is not included along with your firearm, EAA Corp. service department will call to receive payment prior to return shipment.

*Costs may vary depending on location and method of shipment. Costs listed above are an estimate and represent the typical return freight prices.*

Girsan Manual

MC312

2 reviews for Girsan MC312 Gobbler

  1. Loren Ruby

    Works flawlessly. You get a lot for the money, comes with multiple chokes and red dot. Would recommend to anyone looking for a great turkey gun

  2. khough

    Purchased the Gobbler for spring turkey season and it performed flawlessly while patterning it before the season. I did have a hiccup while in the blind but I’m going to blame that on me and not the shotgun. I got up late and made it to the blind just as the turkeys were making their way out into the field. I realized I hadn’t put a shell in the chamber so I tried to slide the receiver back slowly and slide it forward slowly as it loaded the shell into the chamber. About ten minutes later a gobbler strutted in front of me at 30 yards and I squeezed the trigger and got a “click”. I reloaded another round slowly and quietly and pushed the receiver forward a few times, and the same thing happened, “click”. I couldn’t believe the bird was still out there strutting, clueless to the clicking sound. I reloaded slowly and softly again and got a third “Click”. Down to the last shell, I pulled the receiver back and let it go to slide it forward and quickly brought the shotgun to my shoulder, got the bird in the scope, who was now looking around in my direction after I made some unfamiliar noise and squeezed the trigger, “BOOM!”, bird down. I discovered there’s no quiet and soft way of reloading another shell into the chamber, just let it go and let it slide forward to seat the shell correctly. Don’t forget to load one in the chamber before the birds show up. The Tom ended up coming in at 28.5 pounds and was delicious!

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