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Magnum Research Desert Eagle Mark XIX .44 Mag Semi-Auto Pistol, 6" Barrel, 8 Rounds, Black

Magnum Research
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The Desert Eagle is a devastatingly powerful, accurate handgun.

The Desert Eagle Pistol is a gas-operated, semi-automatic pistol with a rotating bolt for positive lock-up. This large-size pistol is intended for two-handed shooting, and the grip is set to the ideal hand seating angle to support accurate, rapid firing in this style. The barrel is locked in place and this, along with the polygonal rifling, assures a high degree of accuracy. The automatic slide lock that activates after the last round was fired, allowing for a faster reload and rechambering of the first round after loading a new magazine. The ambidextrous safety blocks the firing pin and disconnects the trigger bar from the sear to safeguard accidental firing.

This Desert Eagle has the potential to be more than just one gun-its Mark XIX Pistol platform is reconfigurable to shoot .357 Magnum, .44 Magnum, or 50 A.E. cartridges out of a 6-inch or 10-inch barrel. Only the barrel, magazine, and bolt are interchangeable. With all possible parts, six different guns can be assembled, taking seconds to a few minutes at most. All configurations fire standard factory ammunition.

Magnum Research Inc. is an American company best known as the designer and developer of the Desert Eagle. Today, the Desert Eagle is produced in many different innovative and advanced styles based off of the original design. Magnum Research build builds its pistols, in addition to rimfire rifles and airsoft guns, with continued great craftsmanship and evolving designs.

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Magnum Research Desert Eagle Features and Specifications:

Caliber: .44 Magnum
Capacity: 8-Round Magazine
Action: Single-Action, Semi-Automatic
Firing Mechanism: Striker-Fired
Operating System: Gas Operated, Rotating Bolt
Frame: Black Oxide Coated Carbon Steel
Barrel: 6", Black Oxide Coated Carbon Steel
Rifling: 1:18" Right-Hand Polygonal Twist, 6 Grooves
Overall Length: 10.75"
Rail: Weaver Accessory Rail with Eight Mounting Slots
Sights: Combat Style, Fixed
Sight Radius: 8.5"
Stock: Black Plastic IWI Grips
Trigger Pull Weight: 4 lbs
Trigger Length of Pull: 2.75"
Safety: Ambidextrous
Overall Length: 10.75"
Height: 6.25"
Weight: 70.6 oz
Color: Black
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