Magnum Research 429 DE Mark XIX Pistol Now Shipping

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posted on November 21, 2018
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Magnum Research, which recently announced the new 429 DE cartridge, has announced it is now shipping the Mark XIX pistol and accessories chambered in the new round.

The 429 DE pistol (DE429SRMB) features a stainless steel slide, a stainless steel frame with Picatinny bottom rail, and a 6" stainless steel barrel with integral muzzle brake and black appointments. The pistol ships with a .50AE 7-round magazine and has an MSRP of $2,143.

The 429 DE Mark XIX spare barrels with Picatinny style accessory rails are available in a variety of finishes. The barrels are 6" and are compatible with any MK19 USA or Israel Desert Eagle Pistol with a wide .830” rail on top of the barrel and uses a 50AE magazine and bolt. Barrels will be available in:

Carbon steel with Black finish, MSRP $425 (BAR4296)
Carbon steel with Burnt Bronze Cerakote, MSRP $482 (BAR4296BB)
Carbon steel with Brushed Chrome finish, MSRP $529 (BAR4296BC)
Carbon steel with Polished Chrome finish, MSRP $529 (BAR4296PC)
Stainless steel with integral muzzle brake, MSRP $482 (BAR4296SRMB)

To round out the new 429 DE product lineup, Magnum Research is offering 429 DE ammunition in 20-round boxes:

240-gr. soft point (DEP429DE240JSP) MSRP $42,
210-gr. hollow point (DEP429DE210JHP) MSRP $42

Magnum Research, Inc is the sole supplier of the 429 DE ammunition at this time.

Based on the 50 AE cartridge, the 429 DE is made with Starline brass, loaded by HSM in Montana with Sierra bullets and distributed by Magnum Research, Inc. This cartridge has a 25 percent velocity increase and 45 percent energy increase over a 44 Mag (240 -- 6" barrel). It has a velocity of 1600 fps with 240-gr. bullets and 1750 fps with 210-gr. bullets. The 429 DE features 30 degree shoulder headspaces and a neck long enough to properly hold and crimp a 240 grain bullet without set back under recoil.

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