Magnum Research Introduces the Ultra-Compact Desert Eagle 1911U

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posted on December 3, 2013
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Magnum Research has announced a new addition to its 1911 line, in the form of an ultra-compact, ultra-light concealed carry .45 ACP that will be known as the Magnum Research DE1911U (Undercover model).

The design is based on the company's 1911G Government sized model, which features a 5-inch barrel, and 4.33-inch 1911C. The DE1911U will have a 3-inch bull barrel featuring an 11-degree muzzle crown.

The DE1911U is built on a lightweight frame made of aircraft grade aluminum alloy and features a 4140 high carbon steel slide and adjustable rear sight for windage and elevation. Standard features include a checkered front and back strap, a double diamond checkered wood grip and stainless steel hex screws.

Chambered in .45 ACP, the DE1911U will have a 6+1 capacity, an overall length of 6.85-inches and will ship with two 6-round magazines.

The DE1911U ships with an MSRP of $946, and should be available beginning in January 2014.

For more information, go to MagnumResearch.com.

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